DAISY: In the end, our relationship was just like a sandwich toaster. You know, you just forget you’ve got one. It just sits there at the top of the cupboard, collecting a layer of greasy fudge. And if you do see it, you assume it’s broken, because you think, “Oh, well if it was working, then I’d be using it all the time, surely,” but you don’t, and, you know, it just sits there. And then one day, you just get an overwhelming desire for toasted sandwiches, you know? And you get it down, and it works, and you can’t believe it, you know? And then you make every kind of sandwich there is. You have toasted sandwich parties, you make marmite, and cheese, and chocolate, and banana, and—
DAISY: Acorns! And then, as quickly as it comes, it just…goes. And then you put the toasted sandwich maker away and you know what?
TIM AND BILBO: What?
DAISY: You don’t miss it.
BILBO: So what you’re saying is don’t hide your toasted sandwich maker away—use him regularly, and you’ll get the most out of ‘im.
TIM: No, I think what she’s saying is chuck your boyfriend…have a sandwich!