It's called a "walk-in," not a "walk-out."
By special guest contributor Sam.
People tend to have lots of questions regarding walk-in refrigerators. The main question always seems to be, “Why are you in my refrigerator?” While we may not have an answer to that, we do have answers to these other frequently posed queries.

Q.) What size refrigerator should I get?
A.) Get one that’s big enough so your butt isn’t resting on a meatloaf, but small enough so that your butt is resting on a glazed ham.

Q.) What is the recommended temperature for my walk-in fridge?
A.) Shit, we don’t really care. It’s your stupid fridge.

Q.) How much do they typically cost?
A.) Jesus, how many questions do we have to answer?

Q.) Should I buy an extended warranty?
You should try killing yourself.

Q.) What type of insulation should I use?
That’s it. This Q & A session is over.


I'll make for base camp in the morning...
By special guest contributor, Dr. Waffles.
If the weather in the living room takes a turn for the worse, try linking up multiple laptop computers to create a short term shelter. Not only will it protect you from the indoor elements, it’s also a great way to make sure nobody else can get any work done at all.

Build an electronic shelter in three easy steps:
1.) Find a safe location: Choose a spot covered in important documents like credit card statements or health insurance forms.
2.) Build your shelter: Use anything from iPads to iPhones to iWoodchips.
3.) Rest and regain your strength: You’ll need it if you’re planning on running up and down the stairs all night.