Discussion in 'General Talk' started by Black Philip, Jun 4, 2008.
"Hey guys, where are the puzzles? There is only a couch here"
"You are the puzzle"
Everyone on BHQ done them, and I'm learning they exist today. I gotta get out more.
Not me. Let’s go.
I’ll end up overthinking it and insist that they’re asking for a blood sacrifice when in actual fact we just need to push the red button.
Let's go to one. We'll get @Harry Sack along so he can inspect all the low lying stuff so we don't suffer any back pain.
....and 5 girls get killed when a fire starts outside a panic room.
If we do go, can we pick an easier room?
Nah, we'll use it to find our next staff member. 5 go in, 1 comes out.
It puts the lotion on the skin
Nah, I'll hack it. Hehe
We need a new toaster. The Aldi special has served us well, but it gives me the shits. Anyway, I thought this would be some easy task, well **** no. Apparently online reviewers love their toast, and bag out plenty of the models on the market.
Before I pull the trigger on this beast, anyone got any hot toaster bargains or inside toaster tips I should know about? I'm thinking long instead of 4 separate slots.
I've never had any problems with the 4 slot toasters from Kmart.
That's the model I have.
See I don't mind the 4 slots, but we like our bread and quite often have different types of bread. So I think a long one would be better should we wish to toast any long bread.
We've had a Breville with the two long slots for ages, and it's been faultless.
There are a couple of Brevilles I'm looking at. Ones the older model of the other, so that pretty much rules it out for me, I don't want no old toast tech. They both don't review quite as well. ALso, doesn't have a countdown timer, and in toast land, that's a little bit **** fancy.
You'll be looking for the 2 long slot for sure. Decent width to the slots as well in case you want a thicker slice.
It has an anti-jam function.
Mate that is bullshit. What if I want jam on my toast?
Keep your old toaster for those days.
You’ve covered width and girth, but don’t forget depth. Ours is like 15 years old, so maybe some elements are out, but it only properly toasts the lower three-quarters. Make sure you get one with adequate depth if you like to be fully satisfied.
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