A toast video from Tick Talk has recently been widely shared (we know, it looks like a thrilling platform) because it has attracted attention to a “hidden” feature. Inventors, bless them, are constantly coming up with new innovations. If today’s story continues, they’d be better off holding their fancy new flying cars and simply forcing everyone to learn how to use the discoveries we already have.
This is somewhat related because the toaster tray is there to protect all the crumbles under your toaster from catching fire. We’re going to make it to the population; most tick tock people are younger.
In the video, the bigcleanco simply asks: “When did you finish your toaster tray”? Most of the answers are all “… is there a toaster tray?”
When an article on the subject of the Daily Mirror was shared on Facebook, people were much more aware of the “hidden” tray, asking “sorry” but asked if you lived your whole life, “Added” is a secret buggy in our ears that can help solve the problem once it is involved “and” those who did not know this should not be allowed to use the toaster because they do not understand or do not understand the guidelines. In it always makes clear what this treaty is! “
Although fairly, I have argued that even sitting down and reading the manual for the toaster is something that no one should do. The older audience on Facebook was less than forgiving the younger Toast users.
“There’s also a ‘hidden ’thing at the end of the elec cable,” a sarcastic chap added somewhat passively-aggressively. “It’s called a plug-in, once plugged in it’s amazing so surprising.”
“Oh FFS,” one user wrote. “I thought they had some kind of panicked house where the bread could be threatened if not?! Everyone knows about this tray, is it just sun-based for cockroaches?”
“Personally I was more surprised people didn’t know there was a tray. Most have very handle size,” wrote a slightly melodramatic post. “The longer I live in this world, the more I wonder how others spend their lives without knowing the basics.” We’re just happy Tik Tokkers are no longer at risk from dying in a crumb fire.