Toast (multi poll thread)

Settle an office-based disagreement…

A round of toast is…

  • A single slice
  • Two slices
  • Any number of slices serves at one time

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I prefer…

  • Lightly toasted
  • Well toasted
  • I’m a Tory

0 voters

  • Butter
  • Marg

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I’ll get a round in

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*served, obviously.

(SO BLOODY IRATE!)

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How is Jean?

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She’s on a touch-typing refresher course in Tredegar, against my better judgement i might add. She’s not the woman she was, but she’s been here since 1986 so we can’t get rid of her without an employment tribunal. It’s costing me £10,920 a year for a morning coffee and for someone to Febreeze the shitters.

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Hey, she’s the one who has to suffer time in Tredegar.

I’ve never heard the term ‘a round of toast’!

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northern thing. my mum (from Liverpool) refers to things as ‘rounds’ all the time.

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Found it strange when my wife thought I was having 4 slices the other day when I said I was having a ‘couple of rounds of toast’. I thought she was the one in the wrong - having just seen the results of that poll though, it’s clear that a lot of you are wrong too.

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  • White
  • Brown
  • Wholemeal
  • Some pretentious nonsense
  • Steven

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Granary wholemeal.

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ffffFire… the nYOO…clear weapons

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yeah this is literally the first time i’ve ever heard this phrase

Steven. Steven, can you hear me?

  • Who’s this prick?
  • Yes I can hear you Clem Fandango

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Sourdough pls

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That’ll be £6 please.

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Cut into

  • Rectangles (horizontally)
  • Triangles (diagonally)

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oooh just realised where harry potter diagon alley comes from!

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