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 el 2 Sep 2008 por Alicia Rodríguez Mediavilla

Post-It or Toast-It?

Within our household, the days of the old sticky "Post-It" are numbered. Save paper and brand your message on a slice of toast

Post-It'ing messages across is passé. It’s time for the Toast-It
Post-It'ing messages across is passé. It’s time for the Toast-It
Post-It'ing messages across is passé. It’s time for the Toast-It Write your message with the toaster Stick the bread in and put the toaster on
The "Post-It" era is coming to an end. It was fine while it last it, but it’s come out of fashion. The last trend is the "Toast-It": anything you want to say to your partner, write it on the breakfast toast. It’s eco-friendly as it does not waste paper, besides it’s got the charm of ephemeral and does not leave traces (your words will be eaten).

Eating your words will be easy peasy if this great idea toaster designed by Sasha Tseng hits the stores. It toasts bread as any ordinary toaster, but it incorporates a little message board and special pen so that you can write a message on the toast. When the bread heats up, the message gets toasted into the toast itself.

Now you know, next time you’re about to eat a toast, look closer before spreading marmalade on. Maybe someone’s left you a message!
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