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My toaster has a cancel button. This makes no sense.

If I’m making an english muffin, and it gets half-toasted, then I “cancel” it, the toaster doesn’t… un-toast the muffin. It doesn’t take all the simple carbohydrates and mush them back together into complex carbohydrates. It just gives up, releasing my semi-toasted english muffin to a cold unforgiving world where no one will want it.

When I think of the word cancel, I have some pretty deeply ingrained assumptions. Maybe it’s because I work in software, but when I tell something to cancel what it’s doing, it better undo whatever it started to do and pretend nothing ever happened.

That all being said - I’m not sure what would be better.

"Abort" - I don’t really want to think about abortion first thing in the morning (unless I’m eating eggs).

"Cease" - A little high-falutin’, isn’t it?

"Stop!" - FOR THE LOVE OF GOD STOP TOASTING! Seems kind of dramatic.

"Suspend" - Confusing.

Thoughts?