No More Soggy Toast
At first, we had no idea what we were looking at. It appears as if someone is keeping their toast upright by stabbing them through the centers with a fork. Why would someone do this? Apparently, there’s a huge unanswered problem that’s plaguing our communities: soggy toast.
The best way to let your toast cool down without the gross sogginess is by propping them upright and letting them aerate. You can achieve this by running a blade through the toast, which gives them the stability they need to remain upright. Or, and this is just a suggestion, you can just hasafasha your hot toast like everyone else.