Where's my toaster?


#1

Opps, sorry it must take awhile to package and ship 75,000 two-slice toasters…


#2

Woot-offs are probably terribly hectic for woot employees.
Try cramming 10-30 woots into one day, and all hell breaks loose.
I would assume you got it by now, if not, blame it on fed-ex, because they suck.


#3

or the toasters could all still be on fire…


#4

Great flaming chunks of toasted bread DM, you might be right.


#5

Anyone got grape jelly?


#6

I wonder if it’s a two or four slice fire?


#7

I’ve got lots of grape jelly here…should I send it to you in the mail (though I don’t know how much the USPS will like an envelope filled with jelly!)?


#8

Hey, jl, long time-no see. Haven’t seen any toast falling from the sky yet.


#9

I’ve heard stories of frogs falling from the sky, but never toast. But I’d rather have the toast. The frogs just don’t taste good with grape jelly.


#10

Isn’t there something about, if you lick a frog your tongue turns numb?


#11

Nah, that’s a slug. Unless it’s one of those poison arrow frogs…then your whole body goes numb. Forever. That’s no fun with grape jelly either.


#12

I have heard that that can happen…but it probably depends on the type of frog…and if they have some toxin or something in their skin. But if it is true, then I REALLY don’t think that they go well with grape jelly. If my tongue is numb, how can I taste the jelly?


#13

How do you feel about jelly doughnuts?


#14

I have many friends who are jelly doughnuts, but my true confidant is a custard creme.


#15

Dang it. Now I’m hungry and want a doughnut. And its midnight.


#16

A discussion was underway on another thread where a number of people (?) didn’t like jelly doughnuts. Even their dogs didn’t like jelly doughnuts. Beyond my comprehension. Nothing like a good raspberry-filled doughnut.


#17

I didn’t used to like them, but my tastes have changed with age. Or maybe my taste buds wore out. <G>


#18

jl, you drooling yet?


#19

Not drooling yet, but hungry. Very hungry. Damn you all! :slight_smile:


#20

I wonder if we could call 1 800 KrspKrm?