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    Wink Admit it ... you too dig your toast/muffin out of the toaster.

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    Default Re: Admit it ... you too dig your toast/muffin out of the toaster.

    I have some tongs that have very narrow jaws. They are metal but I play it like an adult (!?) version of the "Operation" game.

    "Every [child] has the right to a first fish. On this particular planet, no man is granted a greater privilege than to be present and to assist in the realization of this moment". Bill Heavey

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    Default Re: Admit it ... you too dig your toast/muffin out of the toaster.

    Yep, I do it often. I unplug the toaster from the wall before I do it though.

    Cheers,
    Graeme

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    Default Re: Admit it ... you too dig your toast/muffin out of the toaster.

    Quote Originally Posted by kalgrm View Post
    Yep, I do it often. I unplug the toaster from the wall before I do it though.

    Cheers,
    Graeme
    Where's the challenge in that?

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    Default Re: Admit it ... you too dig your toast/muffin out of the toaster.

    I use old retired forceps. Dried fish blood and slime add to the flavor of my bagels.

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    Default Re: Admit it ... you too dig your toast/muffin out of the toaster.

    I turn it upside down and shake.

    Edit... clean up the mess if you're married. It seems some folks get a bit pissed over crumbs on the counter...
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    Default Re: Admit it ... you too dig your toast/muffin out of the toaster.

    Being a Journeyman Electrician, I'm qualified!

    CAB

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    Default Re: Admit it ... you too dig your toast/muffin out of the toaster.

    I beefed up the springs and shimmed the slides so they pop up and out___----> right on to my plate.

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    Default Re: Admit it ... you too dig your toast/muffin out of the toaster.

    Quote Originally Posted by ia_trouter View Post
    Where's the challenge in that?
    In remembering to unplug it ...

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    Default Re: Admit it ... you too dig your toast/muffin out of the toaster.

    Oh, believe me: If you get it wrong once, you'll remember!

    My dad had a bench grinder with a BIG motor (from an air conditioner) on his work bench. No switch- you had to plug it in at the receptacle up in the basement rafters. With the lights on, it was very dark up there. I was 11 yrs old or so, just tall enough to reach the outlet on my tip toes. I was guiding the plug prongs into the slots with my fingers.... One prong in, the other was out POW! Like getting three fingers smacked with hammer. I can authoritatively compare it unfavorably to having a Black cat firecracker go off in your hand; Similar but worse.

    "Every [child] has the right to a first fish. On this particular planet, no man is granted a greater privilege than to be present and to assist in the realization of this moment". Bill Heavey

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