I keep vegetables in the crisper drawer and put the eggs in that thing that's shaped like eggs. Other than that my refrigerator is a total free-for-all, with the beer, meat, snacks, beer, leftovers, milk, beer, and juice all just wedged wherever it will fit, usually centered around the beer.
I had heard that dairy is supposed to be stored in either the top or bottom of the 'fridge, but couldn't remember which. And I overheard someone saying that how you store your food in the 'fridge directly impacts how long it will last. Myth or fact? There are a lot of videos on YouTube spelling it out, and I admit that I chose this one to show you, by Karl the Bosch Engineer, because he's got an awesome German-and-British accent: