Does anyone else want to take that toaster and drop it on Craig's head? pic.twitter.com/bB5wfbMoFg— Undine (@HorribleSanity) August 31, 2021
Does anyone else want to take that toaster and drop it on Craig's head? pic.twitter.com/bB5wfbMoFg
No no no, putting peanut butter and jelly on toast doesn't make it a sandwich, you need a second piece of bread/toast to make it a sandwich.Don't tell me about open faced sandwiches, that's nonsense somebody made up to save bread. It ain't a sandwich unless you can eat it with one hand on a horse at full gallop or 100mph on a motorcycle.
I don't know what xoxoxoBruce means by 100mph, ... guess mph is the noise made by a train entering a tunnel at 160 kilometres per hour, ... but what if the toast with peanut butter and jam (jam = jelly) is folded over on itself ?Would that constitute a sandwich ?What if it was cheese and piccalilli on top instead ?- Technically, the spring mechanism was 'loaded' during the depression of the toasting lever, and is activated at the end of the heating cycle, most likely by a bi-metal strip switch.
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