Why are there so many conceptual toasters? Are you folks really having trouble using the ones you have? I mean, not to brag or anything, but I can toast bread with over a 60% success rate. Did I mention I'm batting over 80% on cooking Ramen noodles? I know, I know, I'm a culinary dreamboat. Anyway, this is the Toast/E/R Defibrillator designed by Shay Carmon. It's a toaster that looks like a defibrillator. It's almost as clever as a home telephone that looks like a defibrillator, but less funny when you prank-call your grandma. Haha -- you just killed her!
Hit the jump for one more shot if you care about saving this bread.
Toast/E/R Defibrillator "Revives Your Old Bread" [thatsnerdalicious]
Thanks to Kristen, who only toasts bread in a pan. Perfect, I want a grilled cheese.
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