Illustrated by Sydney Hass.
If you've ever peeped in your date's medicine cabinet to see if you'd find anything that could potentially turn you off (be it Old Spice or copious amounts of prescription drugs), you're going to love the report Bustle picked up from the Daily Mail. Apparently, a man by the name of John Stonehill started a website called CheckTheirFridge.com, which literally helps you analyze whether or not your date is relationship material, based on the contents of their refrigerator. Simply find an incognito way to take a snap, send it over to Stonehill, and he'll send you a report.
The self-professed "refrigerator dating expert" started snooping around in the kitchens of his dates back in college. Even though he's now in his 40s, Stonehill still claims he hasn't lost his Midas touch. The grocery guru went on to tell the Daily Mail that it was a bottle of Champers and wine, high-end condiments, bottled water, and cheese that sold him on his girlfriend-turned-wife. “I love people that have Champagne in their fridge. It’s all about spontaneous celebration," Stonehill told the newspaper. "I didn’t know if she was the one, but I knew she was financially independent, social, fun, and would never cook for me." To this day, his wife has never cooked. So, if you're curious about accuracy of this fun gimmick, perhaps it's time to download the SneakyPix app and start snappin' some evidence. (Bustle)