• Sad Toast Health and Lifestyle

    Sad toast made happy with Centennial Park Honey!

 

Recently we ran a #SadToast competition – seeking out the saddest toast in Sydney with the hope we could cheer it up with Centennial Park Honey.

The toast entries amused greatly with the creatitvity of their owners – and while we agreed upon a winner, we also just had to give a runners-up prize as well.

Here is the saddest toast in Sydney.

Enjoy!

 

Winner - Centennial Parklands #SadToast competition

Winner – Centennial Parklands #SadToast competition

 

Runner Up - Centennial Parklands #SadToast competition

Runner Up – Centennial Parklands #SadToast competition

 

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