Posted by Doodlemum
…it’s been there for weeks now. Apparently there are fairies that will clean the back of your fridge if you’re very good…
Posted on November 27, 2013, in Uncategorized and tagged bananas, Doodlemum, Drawing, Family, fridges, Humour, Illustration, Life, Pen and Ink, Sketchbook. Bookmark the permalink. 13 Comments.
Oh, I so relate to this – thank you for daily treat on Twitter, Doodlemum 🙂
Where can I get one of these fairies?
When they’re done with your kitchen, can you send a few my way?
Eu tenho em cima da minha um pingüim…eu só queria quebrar o gelo.
Time for Chicken Maryland!
Reblogged this on smallbumbigadventure and commented:
….. I must try and be good then!
That reminds me of the two lonely beetroot at the back of mine …..
If the fridge fairy doesn’t arrive, ( and she’s probably out with the washing up/ dirty laundry/ bed changing fairy), put any black, grotty bananas in the freezer, in their skins. They defrost very quickly for banana cake, smoothies etc, but whilst still cold , make great ice pops for sore throats. ( you can always dribble a bit of chocolate on them – the frozen bananas, not the sore throats!)
Am squeezing Nutella down my sore throat as I tweet! Good advice, oh yes and I don’t have a sore throat. Any excuse 😉
Is it looking at you?! 😉
Ahhh… the banana fairies… yes I think I’ve heard of them… big feet, small hands… always travel in pairs. 😀 xxx
I thought you weren’t supposed to put bananas in the fridge?
I’ve found they do last a bit longer and I waste less but this one hid from me…
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