Cheese Sticks And Beer: Desktop TARDIS Mini Fridge

November 26, 2012


This is an $80 desktop mini fridge that looks like a TARDIS from ThinkGeek. Don't want to keep your food cold? No worries, it also has a warming function. Of course leaving a sandwich on your desk is a FREE warming function. But not tuna -- no, not tuna. You leave a tuna sandwich on your desk too long and still eat it you'll be shitting lava later. Don't believe me? Just ask my roommate who ate the sandwich I left out as bait. *knocking on bathroom door* Isn't that right, Derek? "DON'T COME IN HERE!" Haha, that's what you get for eating my food. But seriously, I need to go soon so hurry up and start spraying the air freshener now. The fridge doesn't really look any bigger on the inside, but if you cut a hole in an office wall and mounted it in there, I guess it might. It makes a VWORP VWORP sound whenever you open and close the door and has a six 12-ounce can capacity. Which, as I'm sure you're all aware, is the perfect amount of beer to drink before lunch. "And after lunch?" Depends on how long you nap under your desk. I'm usually good for another four.

Hit the jump for a shot WITH THE DOOR OPEN. HIYO, party time in here!


Thanks to Mag and shane, who both tried stuffing foot-long Subway subs in there because they were convinced it HAD to be be bigger on the inside. And? "It's not." Shocking.

  • ZomBBombeR

    Yeah I own the exact same little fridge hot/cold funtion and all, you can plug it in the car or the wall and the only difference is mine is red and coke liscenced, oh yeah and not 80$.

  • I may be a huge Doctor Who geek (ask my boyfriend, he'd agree) but I wouldn't spend that much on a crappy looking tiny fridge.

  • Isaac Hanson

    Ahem. Fish-Sticks and Custard.

  • Fish FINGERS and custard. Please.

  • whacko

    This looks like they took a generic crappy mini fridge and glued one-fourth of a TARDIS model kit to the door. The facade doesn't even cover the entire fridge door...

  • Larry Weedman

    Well it is a real tardis fridge not a rip off

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