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Desc:Come for the excellent BBC series, stay for the elephant and the 1950s model nuzzling a fridge.
Category:Educational, Classic TV Clips
Tags:BBC, fridge, refrigerator, i learned something, The Secret Life of Machines
Submitted:Valvados
Date:02/13/12
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Comment count is 7
Corpus Delectable - 2012-02-13
Poetv could show these things exclusively and I'd five-star them every time.
WHO WANTS DESSERT - 2012-02-13
The part about how 99% of broken refrigerators still have perfectly functioning engines and it's just that the cheap plastic doors they use to save on manufacturing costs are broken is the saddest thing. Fuck planned obsolescence.
jreid - 2012-02-13
There aren't enough stars in the universe for Secret Life of Machines.
memedumpster - 2012-02-13
This show rocks so hard.
memedumpster - 2012-02-13
Okay, who else here got mad that there are no ice factories pumping out ice blocks to make ice fortresses out of anymore?

cognitivedissonance - 2012-02-13
Hipster trash.
BHWW - 2012-02-13
but they revealed nothing about the little men who live hidden in fridges that turn off the light when you close the door

i smell a coverup but who is behind it? NSA? FEMA? The Freemasons? The Sons of Belial? The answer is out there, somewhere - but not to be found on the BBC, tool of the British Empire.
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