Toast is probably the most popular breakfast item besides cereal. You pop a piece of bread in the toaster, wait a couple seconds, it pops out and you eat it. Pretty simple. But apparently when it comes to slicing toast, things get a lot more complicated.
Which way would you prefer our staff to do you toast at the end of a night?! pic.twitter.com/QKLUb5uX5x— hallamnation (@hallamnation) December 9, 2017
The pretty early consensus was that the third slice was basically an abomination.
Never in my life seen toast cut like 3, outrageous https://t.co/IEyPjSF8dK— Tom Raketic (@TommyRaketic) December 12, 2017
If you cut your toast long ways throw your whole life in the bin you creature https://t.co/HbaBkvtxrD— Jack Mull (@J4CKMULL) December 11, 2017
Looking at the number 3 like...😬 pic.twitter.com/hnQMDBOWb6— Carly Marsh (@HopsonMarsh) December 11, 2017
I have to admit that as a kid, my mom would always slice my toast like number three, so I was a little concerned that I had been brought up in some sort of Pagan Toast household. But it turns out others used number three and thought the others were unusual as well.
Raised on 3, discovered 1 in my youth and have dabbled with 2 but really don’t want to make it a habit https://t.co/ROI9MdrDcl— Lieutenant Eric (@Lieutenant_Eric) December 11, 2017
At the end of the day, the consensus seemed to be that number one was the preferred method.
#1 or nothing— Bryce (@OGCOZYB) December 11, 2017
Personally, I don't even cut my toast anymore. I hold the whole piece in one hand while scrolling through Twitter with my other hand. That's the correct way to eat toast.