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Bolton's Kevin Davies asks Twitter friends for help making Pop Tarts

19 Nov 2010 11:59:32

Bolton's Kevin Davies asks Twitter friends for help making Pop Tarts

Kevin Davies put the twit in Twitter by admitting he keeps burning his Pop Tarts - and then asking fans for advice on how to use his toaster. The Bolton Wanderers striker, 33, even posted a photograph of his 'top of the range' Dualit appliance and told his 25,400 followers: 'Cannot believe i have burnt another pop tart!!' He added: 'Says on the Pop Tart box to use lowest heat setting - who has a heat settings on a toaster!!??  My toaster just has a timer?!'   Toaster torment: Kevin Davies struggled to cook Strawberry Sensation Pop Tarts A helpful fan tweeted back: 'Reduce the time. You're not doing much to enhance the reputation of footballers.' Davies revealed his struggle with cooking Strawberry Sensation flavour Pop Tarts after complaining on his web page that he was 'stuck indoors' and 'going stir crazy'. Fans flooded his page with advice, while others questioned his intelligence and choice of the Kellogg's snack. Vickipsych said: 'Are you sure you put it in the toaster....oh Kev, for goodness sake! That's the tumble dryer!'   Bglendenning, who initially recommended reducing the time, added: 'Besides, have pop tarts any real place in the digestive tract of a top athlete? Have some broccoli instead.'   Davies revealed he was eating a Pop Tart instead of toast because he loved the smell and wanted to 'funk it up a little'. Problem: Davies even posted a photo of his hard-to-fathom Dualit toaster He had it with a cup of tea that was 'better than the tart'. An eager Tottenham Hotspur fan offered to send Davies a new toaster if he promised to stop scoring goals against them. Responding to his followers' criticism that he was too daft to reduce the amount of time he was cooking it for,  the Bolton captain hit back: 'I did - it was in half the time a piece of bread takes!! 'Only went in for a minute, powerful machine!!' More than an hour after asking for help he said: 'OK I have learnt my lesson regarding the pop tarts!!' Davies revealed he had been at a 'loose end' on Wednesday but only watched the last ten minutes of the England match because he was doing charity work with children at a swimming pool. Twitter user AVincent94 asked: 'I thought footballer's trained 24/7!!! ???'  Davies replied: 'Plenty of rest at my age, ha!'  Competition: Win tickets to see Bolton v Blackpool - courtesy of Barclays'Andy will be better for England experience': Newcastle manager Hughton backs Carroll to shine against BoltonAll the latest Premier League team news ahead of the weekendBOLTON WANDERERS FC


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