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Toast Conundrum

Which one?

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#1
So anyway, I find myself with a spare few admin minutes and thought I'd make some toast. Following a discussion during 'tea and toast' the other day, I thought I'd throw this open to you all. Plus it's midweek and I'm bored of leave already.

Here is my toast - the question is 'Which way to cut it?'



Option 1 or Option 2?

Thanks.
 
#6
Someone has just suggested a third intriguing option: vertically.

Now that's just sick.

I'm off the opinion that Option 2 tastes nicer, but only with butter.
 
#7
If you plan for some reason to dunk in your tea cut it option 2 for dunking effectivness and easier ediblity and if you have more than 1 slice it looks more ally and posh if you stack them option 2's way, but now i look option 1 has a traditional yet suarve charm to it and could improve optional taste with the topping you plan to put on it since their is a bigger non crust area which might be more alluring to your sense.
But thats just what i think anyway Option 2 i would reccomend.

Cal
 
#8
No.1 if your just want something to eat.

No.2 if your trying to impress a lady, run a hotel or if its just for you a bit gay.
 
#9
The vertical slice option was noticeable by it's abscence but it would be only used by attention seeking mongs.
 
#10
I do agee wth the previous protocols, but also:

If you're having something like marmite, peanut butter or sandwich spread on it .... then option 1.

If you're having jam or marmalade ..... then option 2.
 
#13
err...what about dippy in the egg toast soldiers....surely an option 4????
 
#15
Thank Gawd! I thought this was going to be the old one about a cat landing on its feet and toast landing butter side down :crying:

Glad it's not! :D



On thread: I thought it was 1 for Lidl bread and 2 for Marks & Spencers?
 
#16
EX_STAB said:
The vertical slice option was noticeable by it's abscence but it would be only used by attention seeking mongs.
The current Mrs Rockpile - who is of an Oriental persuasion- thought that the vertical slice was the obvious way. She has, of course, been educated but it shows that not everyone thinks the same. I will tell her that she is an attention seeking mong though.
 
#18
Don't cut it, fold it (along line 3, for symmetry). It's one less direction for the egg/marmalade/Marmite* to escape.

*delete according to taste.
 
#20
Option 2.

Fewer crust-laden corners which tend to get left (parents who can't get their kids to eat their crusts take note).
 
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