Why in the world would anybody toast only one slice of bread? In my
entire toast making existence, I have NEVER made only one slice. A one
slice toast world seems a positively un-American concept to me, and I
intend to write a strongly worded letter to the makers of the internet,
and ask that you be investigated, with a cc to the Toast Council of
How many one slice toasters do you see on the market?
In America, practically zero. In Russia, that's about all they sell.
Why? Because only commie pinko bastards make one slice of toast at a
time, or allow the government to mandate to the masses how much bread
can be converted to toast in one session.
In China, if you are caught making more than one slice of toast, your
toaster is executed ON THE SPOT and your toast making license is
revoked for life.
So beware the ramifications of the questions you ask Mr. Crusher; these
are perilous times and it is best not to risk what you have worked so
hard to gain by throwing such important questions into the internet
wind with carefree abandon.
The toastmakers are watching you; you have been warned.