Royal Toast Sells For Hundreds

Jul 23, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: NBC Miami

A piece of toast that reportedly graced the breakfast plate of Prince Charles the morning after his wedding to Diana in 1981 was auctioned for $361 earlier this month in the UK.

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“Jody”

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Jul 23, 2012
 
Wouldn't have gotten a red cent from my pocket. We bait traps with stale toast.

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Jul 23, 2012
 
Damn, I wonder what I can get for the half loaf of moldy bread I found after returning from vacation?

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Jul 23, 2012
 
It's too dry mummsy. I won't eat it...I won't!

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Jul 23, 2012
 

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If I want royal toast, I want it served as breakfast in bed by that dishy Prince Harry, wearing nothing but a smile.
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Jul 23, 2012
 
Hell Boy, You Can Serve it to me, yourself...
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Jul 24, 2012
 
Royal TP: Priceless!

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Jul 24, 2012
 
Dang! A 30 year old piece of bread gets $361.00. Can you tell me who bought it so I can sell him a bridge in Brooklyn?

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Jul 24, 2012
 
I have some peasant jelly to sell. .. Cheap. Goes good on stale toast.

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Jul 25, 2012
 
off the trail wrote:
Wouldn't have gotten a red cent from my pocket. We bait traps with stale toast.
Do you catch anything using croutons?

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Jul 25, 2012
 
Gail Snail wrote:
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Do you catch anything using croutons?
Truthfully, I don't use bread at all. I use peanut butter baited on a homemade trap made by running a bent coat hanger thru a can suspended partially in water inside a 5 gallon bucket. Mice run down the wire to the can, which spins them off into the water. Keeps a hen house clean. Mice find scattered chicken feed, so unfortunately the mice must die.
This was "a better mouse trap" design I discovered in the old "Mother Earth" magazines. No toxins, no blood. Sort of cruel tho'. I feel bad about that, but one must do what has to be done.

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Jul 26, 2012
 
off the trail wrote:
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Truthfully, I don't use bread at all. I use peanut butter baited on a homemade trap made by running a bent coat hanger thru a can suspended partially in water inside a 5 gallon bucket. Mice run down the wire to the can, which spins them off into the water. Keeps a hen house clean. Mice find scattered chicken feed, so unfortunately the mice must die.
This was "a better mouse trap" design I discovered in the old "Mother Earth" magazines. No toxins, no blood. Sort of cruel tho'. I feel bad about that, but one must do what has to be done.
Interesting. You learn something every day.

Must be nice having fresh eggs for breakfast.

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