Discussion in 'Off-Topic Chat' started by WhatSharp?, Jul 11, 2006.
Well whats yours?
I'm kind of mulling between bubble-wrap and the toaster...
Don't combine them though - unless you like lots of smoke and flames :biggrin:
What I've always wanted to know is, what did people say before sliced bread was invented? The "best thing since ??????"
Good point Dave.. when WAS sliced bread actually invented, anyway?!
I am sooooooooooooooooooooooo bored i nearly looked that up!!!!
About 75 years ago apparently...
(dont you just love google!)
About 75 years ago apparently...<br><br>http://www.chillicothecity.org/bread/breadnews.html<br><br>(dont you just love google!)<br><br><br>%
Ok, that's like.. ancient! So then, back to Dave's question, what did they have before sliced bread that they'd say this statement about, I wonder?!
Someone Google it!
I think my best thing since sliced bread has to be Google!
Nooo, the best thing before sliced bread AND Google just HAS to be computers... without computers there's no internet, and without internet there's no Google! :biggrin:
- and there would be no tMP either
EXACTLY! So mines the best so far! :tongue:
Mine would be my Mobile Phone. Am a bit of a text-a-holic and wouldnt be able to live without it!
Either cheese or black dyke :tongue: And both are older than sliced bread...and therefore must be best!
Well with me it has to be CAFFIENE!! Whoever discovered this has a lot too answer for, but also is definitely the best person in the world given the amount of hours my average day involves (I recall it may well be something to do with the ancient Aztecs or Egyptians but not sure).
Without a good shot of caffiene in my viens I am about as usefull as.. well.. erm.. a politician!!!
A close second of course is alcohol!!
Chocolate. Without a doubt.
Check this out for a fix...
Forget caffine, just have the incohol :biggrin:
Typical from a Welshman!
working time regulations are the best thing as they keep you from having to serve food past 12am and that means i can go to bed when im finished work
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