Message on bread

@yugasini (12815)
Anantapur, India
February 22, 2011 10:02pm CST
hi mylot friends, Most of the people are sending greetings to friends, lovers through of greeting cards and some may send greetings through e-mail by computer and some may send through SMS with cell phone, till now we are doing the same, but there is no new thing in it, Think that if the message is written precisely on the bread , got the new idea, it is good. Designer Sasha Tseng of California , US done it, First say hats off to Sasha Tseng, she make a Prototype bread toaster, initially insert the bread in to the toaster, then the message should be transcribed on the board provided on the toaster, after some time the message will be appear on the bread, now you can win your lovers hearts by sending hot and cool captions
4 responses
@JohnMach (556)
• Philippines
23 Feb 11
This is fun. I can also send hate messages to my boss without him knowing who sent it. I wonder how much this is and if it's available in my country. LOL
@yugasini (12815)
• Anantapur, India
24 Feb 11
hi john mach, thanks for the response,i does not know this is available in your country or not,you have to check for avaialability in your country,you can put your name also in the message itself that you have sent the message,whare are you living,means which country,i have not verified your profile?have a nice day
@webearn99 (1744)
• India
23 Feb 11
Finally a greeting that can be eaten! That should be full-filling! Hope some day this can be done to our South Indian tiffins like Idly, Vada or Uggani-bajji.
@yugasini (12815)
• Anantapur, India
24 Feb 11
hi webearn, thanks for the response,you are right,that that day will come we can print the message on dosa idly and vada also,now it self the rates are high ,if that message is add that dosa and idly may cost more,the ordinary man just like me cannot visit hotel for snacks or tiffins,have a nice day
• United States
23 Feb 11
That's a pretty unique idea! That's good because it is also an edible greeting! Except unless you take a picture you have no proof that you really ever recieved it! lol!
@yugasini (12815)
• Anantapur, India
24 Feb 11
hi macdinglolinger, thanks for the response,that is right there is no proof of greetings ,but we have believe the other in friendship,you know now edible spoons also available in the market,after completing your eating thing,you can eat that spoon also as a snack,those spoons are available in India
• Philippines
23 Feb 11
hi yugasini...that's cool but i hope hubby will send one to me after meal or else i wont be able to know his sweet nothings until i digest it lol....happy mylotting.
@yugasini (12815)
• Anantapur, India
24 Feb 11
hi jcservant, thanks for the response and comment,yes after going it in your stomach,then you will know his message directly hit your heart that is better i think,but i does not have ordinary bread toaster in my house,my wife does not know English to read my message and understand my message,so what is the use of it for me,have a nice day