Posted by sean on June 23, 2014 at 10:41 pm in Work Activities with No Comments


This lunchtime, I tried to make myself a cheese and tomato toastie. The night before, I had carefully prepared myself a cold sandwich, ready for toasting. My work colleague, Joffre, had kindly given me a toasting bag. I was a little scared about putting my sandwich into this bag, before putting the bag into the department toaster, but asked myself what was the worst that could happen. I came to the conclusion that the worse-case scenario would see the building burning now. However, seeing as it is being demolished later in the year, it wouldn’t be the end of the world.

I stuffed my overfilled sandwich into the bag, before jamming the bag into the toaster. After a cycle on medium heat, the bag popped up. It didn’t look cooked. I put it in again. Smoke started to filter up from the bag. I got a tad concerned, but by that point it had finished the second cycle. I decided it had been cooked.

It was nice. The cheese had melted and the tomato was hot. The bread was a little burnt in places, but when did a bit of charcoal ever hurt anyone. After I had eaten the sandwich, I was told by a colleague it was a good thing I hadn’t set the fire alarms off as it would trigger an automatic call to the fire brigade and a fine to my work. A wise lesson learnt! I never saw stuff like that on Fireman Sam.

“No fuss,no mess”. It also claims that each bag can be used 50 times.

Lots of fuss, lots of mess, and after just one use, destined for the bin

 

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