Sometimes, it's just too hard to get a beer. Here's why.
In a busy kitchen, many people want to get into the fridge through the day. But there's often a problem.
Why is it difficult to open a fridge door immediately after closing it?
Answers, with good reasoning, in the comments section below.
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