I’ve been noticing a weird bit of spamming of the #fatspo tag recently. I’m always a little annoyed when I see pictures of just food posted in the tag because you can’t tell if its a fat person being critical of the way food is used to fat shame or a thin person who is themselves fat shaming by tagging food that way. So, those posts already stick out to me, but I’ve noticed that lately whenever food is posted in the tag, it happens in bunches with 3-4 blogs making identical posts in #fatspo with the same identical photograph of food or even just a graphic with text referencing food. Not sure what is to be gained by this, but it seems clear its some kind of spamming activity whatever is going on. Eh.
Hi, my name is Brian. My hobbies include laying in bed all day to hide from the world and continuing to lay in bed all day to hide from the world.
*upper middle class fucker voice* But you have [one nice thing] so how are you poor
most apartments COME with a fridge
so really this doesn’t mean shit
Wait, they do?
I’ve never heard of one that doesn’t? Maybe it’s a Canadian thing? I looked at a lot of places before moving and every single one had a fridge and a stove/oven
In California, no homes/apartments do. it is VERY rare that a home or apartment comes already equipped with a fridge. But that might just be here??
Wow really? I stand corrected. I had no idea. That just seems so odd to me
While I think it is still very common in Southern California for apartments to not come standard with a fridge, I think they are generally the exception at this point. In Massachusetts, for instance, you’d have to look pretty hard to find an apartment that didn’t come with a refrigerator standard. I’ve only even heard of one in the last 15 years, and it was a glorified closet that only barely met minimum habitability standards.
The truth is, though, that a fridge just doesn’t cost very much. And when 99.6% of homes have one, its preposterous to label it a luxury item anyway.