I like the commentary in this blog regarding how the contents of said bloggers refrigerator depict a bleak portrait of decrepit single-life.
I spent much of the early part of my career as a consumer anthropologist working in the consumer package good space, with endless hours engaged in scrutinizing the contents of different household refrigerators: seeking context for grocery purchase-decision-making behavior.
It's a habit I still hold on I and have used (in addition to pantry and bathroom drawer / medicine cabinet-audits) as a dating litmus-test as well as to gain a better understanding of my friends / family / etc.
You can learn an awful lot about a person's socioeconomic status, priorities, habits and lifestyle choices based in their "consumable" artifacts: all organic veggies? Condiments-only? Name brand booze but generic food items?
In often catch myself in the checkout line making up stories about the person in front of me in line based on what's in their belt.
It makes me wonder what people might think of me. Last grocery order : Cottonelle toilet paper with aloe, organic yogurt, egg whites, coconut ice cream, razors and salt and vinegar pop chips...the analysis please?