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  1. What is the correct etiquete for cutting toast?
    Does one cut it across the middle or corner to corner?

    It's of utmost importance, the staff need to know.
  2. It is a well known fact that, cut in half, they are more filing, cut in triangles, corner to corner, they taste better.

    (one of Peter Kay's truths!)
  3. Oh, and if it is Wardroom toast, it will be cold and taste like shit, so it doesn't matter.
  4. I normally cut my toast in half, but when I'm really hungry, I cut it into four.
  5. I dont bother cutting it at all....i just eat it from the word go :lol:
  6. Toast should only ever be made from bread directly cut from either a tin or split tin loaf. Never less than 1/2" thick or 17mm if you are that way inclined. Should never be cut, and should be liberaly spread with salted butter.

    Anything else is merely twice cooked bread.
  7. Then check out the latest edition of "I really really must get a life'...... :) :D
  8. Is the toast thick slice or doorstep, the triangle shape is ok with thick toast
    but doorstep is straight across, serve butter on the side with marmalade tick cut. It works for my punters, now hotcross buns there is a challenge.
  9. I dont like toast.

    Blasphemy ?
  10. Absolutely. The death squad will be with you shortly :twisted:
  11. Ill get my coat. . . .
  12. Best toast - Wives and sweet-hearts. May they never meet. :lol:
  13. I leave mine as it is streight out the toester smothered in jam or marmalade or even golden syrup
  14. Mmmmmmm golden syrup, or even better, treacle :D
  15. Black treacle even better .Im MMMMMmmmmmmmm
  16. Mmmmmmmmmmmm... Get a room :D
  17. Like a bit of peanut butter myself
  18. Fcuk me, we'll be talking about the best anti-virus software like them over on arrse next 8O
  19. Nah treacle is better !! :D

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