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11 Things In Your Fridge That Say You're Single

Tupperware without a lid? Really? It's time to get your fridge in order, take a #fridgie, and show the world you're thriving.

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1. Basically nothing.

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Singleness Level: First to arrive at the house party, last to leave.

"Will there be snacks?"

2. Your ex's favorite soda, which went flat long, long ago.

Singleness Level: Getting sentimental while eating a burrito."I don't know... it's just... it was her favorite, and I... there are just a lot of feelings."
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Singleness Level: Getting sentimental while eating a burrito.

"I don't know... it's just... it was her favorite, and I... there are just a lot of feelings."

3. Foods for your pet.

Via cheezburger.com

Singleness Level: Buying a dog. Loving it like a human.

"Technically I'm not single because Rosco is my life partner so."

4. Tons of health food with proactive messages to yourself.

Singleness Level: Buying books on self-actualization. Then buying more. "I'm just focusing on nutrition. Just really working on me right now."
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Singleness Level: Buying books on self-actualization. Then buying more.

"I'm just focusing on nutrition. Just really working on me right now."

5. A shelf just for wine.

Singleness Level: Flirty and thriving, because you're awesome and fun and so dateable and who needs a boyfriend anyway? "Giiirrrrrrls nightttttttt!!!"
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Singleness Level: Flirty and thriving, because you're awesome and fun and so dateable and who needs a boyfriend anyway?

"Giiirrrrrrls nightttttttt!!!"

6. Live bait.

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Singleness Level: Gone fishing.

"If there were two cars in my driveway, where would I park my boat?"

7. Face masks, eye creams, lotions, cucumber slices, eye masks.

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Singleness Level: Pampering the pain away.

"I'm saving myself for Mr. Right. And by saving, I mean preserving."

8. Foods that are "uniquely" you.

Singleness Level: Becoming so immersed in your peculiar areas of interest that you lose touch with the rest of the world. "I really like hardboiled eggs and Victorian tea parties. Like a lot a lot."
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Singleness Level: Becoming so immersed in your peculiar areas of interest that you lose touch with the rest of the world.

"I really like hardboiled eggs and Victorian tea parties. Like a lot a lot."

9. Foods with warnings written on them to ward off your roommates.

Singleness Level: Sharing a powerful and all-consuming bromance/lady love."I feel like we're more than roomies. We share, like, a connection."
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Singleness Level: Sharing a powerful and all-consuming bromance/lady love.

"I feel like we're more than roomies. We share, like, a connection."

10. Bizarre practical jokes that you use to entertain yourself.

Via tumblr.4gifs.com

Singleness Level: Prolific social media presence.

Look at what zany fun I have in my day2day life! (not lonely) can I get a RT?

11. And finally: tons of frozen cookies your ex made that you're saving in case you get back together and it'll be really sweet to break them out all romantically.

Singleness Level: Complete and total denial. Do yourself a favor: Eat the cookies and get back out there.
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Singleness Level: Complete and total denial.

Do yourself a favor: Eat the cookies and get back out there.