So if lightning strikes a slice of bread, its “toast”, huh.
depends on the amount of electrical charge and the continuity of the bread of course, Like a really Big piece of bread could take 2 bolts of lightning, or a very small storm might have trouble with just 150k slices.
one hundred sixty thousand… how many loaves is that?
Geesh. If he was that into brevity he could have at least dropped the final “e.”
…but you might be scraping the first few pieces in the stack.
I think JG meant 160,000 pieces of charcoal.
Imagine a toaster big enough to accommodate 160,000 slices of bread.
Take care and may God bless.
That must be a Keyhole satellite to pick up that discoloration.
AMAZING YAK: Shakespear(e) wanted to call that play, “Julius Grab That Woman NOW!”, but his editor made him shorten the title to “Julius Seize Her”!!
Looking for the penguin guano only works for the 4 species that live in that Antarctic polar regions, the other 13 species live in temperate climates and their nesting sites tend to look very similar to those of other sea birds
Or sent you back to the future
I don’t know about bread, but I lightning did roast 3 squirrels who were in the wrong tree at the wrong time in my yard.
Oh my head……
I’m going to lay out 160,000 slices of bread the next lightning storm just to see if they’re lying !!!!!!! lol
Interesting, penguin poop must be the only poop that can be seen from space.
We’ve seen Iceman cool a drink for a friend. Guess Storm handles the toast.
Then finding elephants should be a cinch.
okay so who toasted the bread to prove this one?
So, is Shakespeare also the one who inundated the language with the use of the moronic “Bro,” and “Dude?”
Sometimes you can burn the edges when you use lightning to toast your bread.
Willy Shakes was the first rapper.