the fridge kanji has so many strokes ;3;
古 means "ancient times" or "old" in Chinese.
Keep the risotto in the れいぞうこ
For some reason, furui makes me think of fuyu, which is winter. One could say that winter is when the year is old. I have no idea how helpful that is, though. I just thought it was neat.
That's one way you could look at it!
My fridge is my favourite family member
Wait why did it accept it when I accidentally left theです out? .-.
The です at the end of i-adjectives is just a politeness modifier.
Aaaaaaahhhhhhhh alright thank you for the clarification :)