This apartment comes with a fridge painted to look like Stewie from 'Family Guy'

When you go apartment hunting, some of the

things you typically look for are natural light,

plenty of closet space and a spacious bedroom.

What you don’t have on your ‘want’ list, usually,

is a fridge painted to look like Stewie Griffin, the

unexplainably British baby on Seth McFarlane’s “Family Guy”.

Well, while looking for a new

apartment, that’s exactly what talk

show host Drew Kaufman stumbled upon.

On June 16, he shared photos of his

unusual find to Twitter, where they have

since received more than 103,000 likes.

According to his tweet, Kaufman was hunting

for a new apartment when he came across the

“refrigerator painted to look like Stewie from Family Guy".

However, Kaufman said this somehow was

not mentioned anywhere in the unit description.

Both “Family Guy” fans and lovers of strange

apartment listings flocked to the comments

to gawk over Kaufman’s discovery.

“Just wait until you see the Peter

Griffin toilet,” one person joked.“Put a

deposit down. NOW,” another user commented

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