white, whole wheat or rye?
don't check the toast
Do you trust the toaster?
And by toaster, I’m referring to the machine that makes the toast, not the person who operates the machine - or even the person who makes the speech before giving ‘the toast’.
Or, are you one of those people who checks the toast?
You know what I mean.
I’m referring to the toast checking kind.
Guardians of the golden loaf.
They’ve either been under done or burnt before.
Disappointment and distress can lead to micromanaging your toaster.
More frequently than sometimes, the more you check the toast the more likely it is that the toast gets burnt.
The issue toast checkers wrestle with isn’t distraction. It’s timing.
Each time you check the toast, you reset the timer that prevents the toast from being burnt. By constantly checking up on the toaster you’re playing with fire.
Not exactly fire.
Burnt toast though?
That, early in the morning can fee like fire.
I check the toast.
I over check the toast.
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