Toast needs to be toasted people!

Sliced bread is not ‘toast’, it is bread.

Toast is toasted bread.

Pass it on.

This misnomer must die.

[b]Preach it!

Bread is not toast . . . yet![/b]

And pudding is desert, not caramel custard.

And flan is not some kind of caramel custard either! Curse those damn Latinos and their shifty nefarious ways. Listen up, Jose! If I wanted fucking babyfood I’d have ordered it. Instead I ordered flan. So where’s the goddamn shortcrust?

Bought a new toaster the other day . . .

Eskimos have how many words for snow?

The Chinese have endless varieties and names for dumplings.

I think we can let the fact that they call sliced bread toast slide.

NEVER!

If it slides down into the toaster, toasts, and slides back up, I’ll be happy.

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NEVER!

If it slides down into the toaster, toasts, and slides back up, I’ll be happy.[/quote] :slight_smile: I find myself agreeing 100%

I LOVE toasted people.

Toast needs to be toasted, people!

Still doesn’t work, if you toast toast it’ll burn.

I smoked something earlier, and I’m feeling toasted.

[quote=“Thelonlieste”]Bought a new toaster the other day . . .

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and YOU are on IGNORE, Buddy!

(Hands over ears smilie) LA! LA! LA! LA! I CAN’T HEAR YOU! :raspberry:

[quote=“zender”][quote=“Thelonlieste”]Bought a new toaster the other day . . .

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and YOU are on IGNORE, Buddy!

(Hands over ears smilie) LA! LA! LA! LA! I CAN’T HEAR YOU! :raspberry:[/quote]

I do concur. That is definitely not a toaster…looks more like one of those over-priced breadmaker thingies for people who don’t know how to use an oven…pai say. :blush:

Here’s to toast!

You can toast Soylent Green?

And here’s to bread that has been warmed to the point it is a little crisp on the outside.

Tip: butter will make toast soft and pliable, but the same effect can be had merely by pinching the toast in the centre. Good for the lactose intolerant among us who do not care for hard bread a minute out of the toaster.

Toast is dry and tepid and yuck and a waste of our earth’s precious resources. It is simply a carrier for nice foods, and an excuse to eat marmalade. IMHO.

Marmalade?

Oh dear. And I suppose your sink has two taps, one for hot and one for cold?

Eh?

No.

Seriously, MM, I have no idea what you’re on about, half the time. That’s OK, though, no need to clarify.

Ah, the twin solitudes.