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Yup, apparently you can only use one selfie image per toaster.
Now, if it was possible to take a new selfie every time you toasted a slice of bread, THEN it would have been useful!
Not to mention that it only ships in the US. What about the rest of the selfie toasting worlds needs? Typical 'murican to think of themselves only!
Anything that is unrelated to elephants is irrelephant Anonymous - The problem with quotes on the internet is that you can never tell if they're genuine Winston Churchill, 1944 - Never argue with a fool. Onlookers may not be able to tell the difference. Mark Twain
I find it very sad that given we now have the technology to "print" on toast, the thing they come up with is "selfies". What a narcissistic society we live in. There is, of course, nothing to stop you uploading a picture of text that says "have a nice day", or your company logo, or "I love you" or anything else.
Absolutely, you could put instructions and disclaimers on the toast,
0. Warning toast may be hot, handle at your own risk.
1. Add butter to other side.
2. Add jam to other side.
3. Consume within 1 hour.
4. Not responsible of the contents of this toast.
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So I've been listening to piano music for about a month now (and I also started playing).
Last week YouTube recommended me this, an old favorite of mine played on not one, but two pianos!
Twice as good?
An orchestral version of this piece is used in the haunted house at De Efteling, the Netherlands biggest and most popular amusement park so that's probably how I know it.
There's also a Mickey Mouse cartoon playing this song[^], but I knew the music before the cartoon (and the cartoon before the internet).
So anyway, I like this piano version
I've read "piano music" and wondered what's your opinion regarding Sylvestrov's Kitch Music
He has both snobbish 20-century-atonality-stuff and also some closer-to-ordinary-joe-stuff. I hope you will enjoy the example of the latter