The right way to cut a toast


#1

We’ve had how you write an ‘X’ not lets find out what is the correct way to cut a toast.

I’m happy with both 1 and 3

  • 1
  • 2
  • 3

0 voters


#2

What kind of animal cuts it like Number 3?


#3

You don’t cut toast


#4

Any way you dam well please.


#5

I do option 2 if I make a sammich, either closed or open. If it’s just a slice with a spread, it’s 1.


#6

Option 1 if its just toast with marmite

Option 4 the X aka triangles, for when I make grilled cheese


#7

Any other way is just wrong


#8

Option 1 if it is for a snackwich while option 2 I suppose is acceptable if you’re packing lunch for later. Most of the time though, I simply don’t cut it. That said, I’m eating only healthy breads these days so they are slightly smaller than the normal breads.


#9

You’re going into sandwich territory, we’re talking about a humble slice of toast.

I honestly believe that the rules for cutting sandwiches (as in two slices of bread with a filling of sorts) differ from a single piece of bread.

Side note, the “open sandwich” is not a sandwich, because it requires utensils and fail to sandwich anything.


#10

Definitely nr 1 or 2. I would also like to know what savage cuts their toast like number 3!


#11

gotta agree with @TechThief. You don’t cut a single piece of toast. that just makes a mess of crumbs everywhere for no reason other than you clearly have time and energy to waste :smiley:


#12

Can’t dip an uncut slice of toast in my soup


#13

You get people who make marmite and cheese toasted sandwiches and dip it in tea or coffee, letting a cheesy, salty, crumby mush form at the base of the mug or cup, after which they eat it with a teaspoon. It sounds exactly as gross as I described there. I know a person who does just that…


#14

The problem there is that marmite was used. Yuck!


#15

yes, clearly they should have used Bovril


#16

Not Vegemite?


#17

Oh dear gawd you need to be slapped - marmite ftw


#18

See, I can’t even dunk rusks in coffee and finish the cup of coffee. I always leave the last bit of coffee in the mug and take the last sips very cautiously. The moment I feel a crumb touching my lips, I know that’s it and rinse out the rest.


#19

Same, which is why I dont eat rusks and dont dunk cookies


#20

But its fun to dunk and pull out just before it splats.


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