Do your kettle, microwave and toaster match


#1

Well?

  • Same brand, same colour
  • Different brand, same colour
  • Same brand, different colour
  • Different brand, different colour

0 voters

Matching small appliances

  • Generally good
  • Generally bad

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#2

Not on science ovenbook.


#3

Oh here he is!


#4

Not on toasterbook


#5

Don’t have a microwave or a toaster.


#6

I foolishly bought a glass kettle.

Do not buy a glass kettle.


#7

Fucking hell mates


#8

One didn’t come with the gaff man so we haven’t bothered to invetigate further.


#9

The (off white) microwave is the cheapest one Tesco sell, after I destroyed the last one.

The (white) toaster came with the house and looks like the cheapest one Poundland sell. I broke it, but it never got used.

The (black) kettle was from John Lewis and looks like it belongs in the batcave.


#10

Kettle and toaster match, brand and colour. Science oven is freestyling it…


#11

This is just a thinly-veiled ‘I’ve splashed out on a brand new Eternal Beau set’ thread, isn’t it?


#12

hard water?


#13

What’s up with a glass kettle, meow?


#14

how no


#15

No microwave but toaster and kettle match.


#16

I’ve actually bought a red delonghi science oven (£40, second hand) and a black breville toaster (£20, dunelm)


#17

Finally out of the 2 slice doldrums


#18

Of course you have

mmm…


#19

My girlfriend wants to spend £50 on an orla kiely kettle.

We have a working kettle (metal)


#20

[poll type=regular public=true]

  • That’s a really lovely thing to allow them a cup of tea while they’re working
  • Don’t be silly you’ll get charged money for leaving crap in the flat
    [/poll]Should I leave my kettle behind for the council workers who will be coming into my flat to do work on it before someone moves in