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The first time John Stonehill was invited back to his girlfriend’s house, he headed straight for the refrigerator. It was stainless steel with a water and ice dispenser. It told him that his girlfriend, Rachel, was financially comfortable.
The contents were revealing, too: a bottle of wine, a bottle of champagne, hummus, olives, fresh fruits and vegetables.
“In Rachel’s case, it told me she liked to entertain and could probably create a quick and shareable snack for friends who unexpectedly popped by.”
That idea gave rise to what he calls “refrigerdating.” … The app works with Samsung’s Family Hub refrigerator, which sells for around $3,000 and has a screen in the door that can show you the contents of your fridge. The idea is that you can look at your phone while you’re at the store to find out if you’re out of milk. But the dating app lets you see the inside of someone else’s fridge.