I Want A Toaster

I can’t remember too much about having a toaster but I guess we had one during my early years living in Kuwait. I think it was steel and blue and we could toast 2 slices at a time. I don’t think we have used a toaster since that one stopped working when I was around 12 or so.

Since then I usually just toast bread on a pan and brown them to my tastes. I would like to get a toaster and a sandwich maker but I don’t want too big ones because counter top space is limited and we have too many things that we use on the counter. I have been idly looking at a few models online and saw some awesome ones. I just watched a video where someone was featuring a couple of their kitchen appliances and saw this model from Smeg. Now, the video is shot in Canada and therefore there is no way that I could afford this model – it’s Rs.20-23k when I check online.

No there is no way I am gonna pay that much for a toaster when there are really good ones for Rs.800-1500! But I do like the look of this brand. Reminds me of the car models from the 1950s. Looks amazing. There are many designs of toasters, with different colours and shapes, as well as multiple toasting spots with two slots being the most common, although four slice toasters are not unusual. A toaster was invented in 1990 that could be controlled over the internet, and in 2012, a toaster was made that could recognize the toastā€™s colour shades.

Weird Laws In Saskatchewan

  • It is illegal to allow a chicken to cross the road
  • It is illegal to drink any hard alcohol other than rye
  • All clothing with hoods must be called bunnyhugs and ljefhlhakdqa
  • Chocolate milk must be called THE LEGENDARY BROWN COW MILK
  • it is illegal to ride your moose through your neighbors igloos if under the influence of alcohol
  • In Fort Quā€™Appelle, Saskatchewan walking down the street with your shoelace undone could get you into some serious trouble, but only if youā€™re in your teens for some reason.
  • Supposedly to curb sex-trafficking and organized crime, theĀ Saskatchewan Alcohol Control Regulations (2016) stipulate that strip-tease performances may only be performed in bars by special licence once per year for charitable causes. Dry (no liquor) strip clubs are perfectly legal though.
  • Doggie doo is often a problem addressed through bylaws, with Tisdale, Sask. being particular strict. Dog owners in that city mustĀ clean up all poop from their properties each day, unless they want to deal with fines that can reach $250 per offence.
  • Tisdale also requires female dogs to be kept inside when they are in heat. Many communities have similar guidelines. Estevan, Sask. has a somewhat looser rule: Dogs in heat there are allowed outsideĀ to use the bathroom.