Skip to comments.World's Largest Toaster Attempt Fails (Humor!)
Posted on 07/31/2012 6:44:53 PM PDT by WXRGina
NEW DELHI, India (BHN) - An effort to create the world's largest toaster failed in India Monday, when the device mysteriously stopped working only 30 seconds into its first test.
The giant toaster was designed to brown over four million loaves of bread at a time, in an attempt to meet the demands of one of the world's most populated countries.
"Instead of having to manufacture millions of individual toasters, it seemed smarter to produce one really large one," said project head Puhlma Fingha. "We are still working out the details."
My comments: Wow, that's a shame.
Indian Giant toaster project head Puhlma Fingha
Is this what made the power go out ?
HAHAHAHA! I think that’s the idea. :-)
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We must not think it couldn’t happen here, because it surely can.
Wherever I go from coast to coast
People always say whaddyou like most?
I don’t want to brag, and I don’t want to boast
I always tell’em I LIKE TOAST! Yeah TOAST!
Oh, yeah! With butter and roast!
It’s a super hero flying toaster, blowing no fuses on its own power!
Oh, I’ll bet the “green thing” has not made it to them yet. That’s too bad...
India? But Indians don’t eat toast. They eat naan and chapatis.
But, Fiji Hill, maybe you underestimate the Western influence there...
Maybe so, but on the other hand, their cookery has certainly made inroads here--even into my own kitchen.
And I will raise you a Talkie Toaster.
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