If you put a fridge outside and it’s below freezing out, is it a heater?
Fuck I need to go to bed
No, the thermostat would never kick on. Technically, a fridge is always a heater. Technically, any electronic is a heater.
I should go to bed too and pretend my wife isn't fucking some other dude and just give her the ole man-hammer to alleviate any suspicions that I know what I know before I completely fuck up her life.
that was pretty technical
A fridge inside is a heater too - it heats the room.
be smart and do what that other redditor did wait till her birthday and you know shes with him arange surprise party with all friends and family and burst in on them...
I saw that story and thought it was amazing.
That escalated quickly. Don't forget that there's a high road, friend. I'm not saying it's always the path to take. Just remember that it's there.
You just said no. Then yes. Which is it?
A fridge is an air conditioner built around a little room.
"Marge, can you set the oven to cold?"
It's not a heater, it's a heat pump. If it's running then it always makes the inside colder and the back of it hotter, so it you put a fridge outside whilst it's freezing it either won't switch on (so it's an insulated box) or it will switch on and make the inside of the fridge even colder and will make the outside hotter, just like normal.
It's actually yes, but no
Sounds like my wife