Tuesday, October 10, 2006

Innovations in Toast

I think this picture speaks for itself.

http://blog.scifi.com/tech/archives/2006/10/04/toast_printer_i.html
I guess Disney was way ahead of it's time with the Mickey Mouse toaster.
I'm not sure how I feel about this, though.

8 comments:

Jenny said...

I want one.

morgan said...

I just want to say that toaster is one of the neatest things I've ever seen.

Warren said...

Two words will suffice for my opinion:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S8rXiimEF8s
(And yes, in reading the words on the bottom I realized I've been singing the French wrong for oh so many years now, but I don't think I'll change. It's too late.)

Cabeza said...

Yeah, but on the radio version he clearly doesn't say "Chevy Corvette." He says "Et vous, Yvette." The only thing I think we've been misinterpreting is "croquette," which is a delicious grilled cheese sandwich.

-Jared

randy said...

Okay, so I think that a great use for this would be some educational reinforcement for kids. Have a toddler? How about a different letter or number on your toast each day? What about a K-attender? Maybe simple arithmetic or short words. What about a wife? A big I 'heart' U on it would do nicely.

erin said...

Well, I hope my secret agent agent gets one one of these soon...eating all these secret mission descriptions on recycled paper is doing a number on my stomach. I'm sure agent double-o-double had something to do with this one...

erin said...

Warren, where do you find things like that? I'm bagging the guitar and going in for a toaster.

Warren said...

I heard the toast song on the radio in high school, then this post inspired me to see if it was in video form on youtube. And sure enough, there it was.