Two slices of toast

8 02 2015

So here’s a [very insignificant] issue I face whenever I make myself some toast.

Whenever I make two slices of toast, one is always better than the other. Whether it’s a better shade of golden brown than the other, or has a better spread of peanut butter on it.

So, the question is, which slice do you eat first?

  • Do you eat the good slice while it’s still hot so you get a really almost perfect slice of toast, followed by the inferior slice, which has by then got a bit cold, thus having one excellent and one poor slice.
  • Or do you eat the poor slice first, so it’s at least nice and warm, and then the good slice you eat once it’s not so hot, thus having two average slices of toast?

What do you do?!



One response

10 02 2015

Just eat the first slice that comes to hand. 🙂

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