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- 1 Microwaving Leftovers
- 2 Listening to Music on Your Phone
- 3 Removing Trash Bags
- 4 Going To Sleep
- 5 Crossing Out Words
- 6 Eating Chinese
- 7 Organizing Spray Bottles
- 8 Keeping Manuals
- 9 Untying a Knot
- 10 Using aluminum foil and plastic wrap
- 11 Charging The Battery
- 12 Placing The Toilet Seat Cover
- 13 Filling a Container With Water
- 14 Keeping Cords Untangled
- 15 Eating a Cupcake
- 16 Packing Clothes
- 17 Drinking Soda
- 18 Making Sandwiches
- 19 Opening a Key Ring
- 20 Pooping
- 21 Using Sauce Cups
- 22 Eating Popcorn From a Bag
- 23 Bobby Pinning
- 24 Making Pasta
So, I really promised not to do this, but here I am giving in. You know, I’m the last one to tell you how not to do things. Some of them are actually useful, but really, some are downright silly. But here you go. Just in case you wanna know.
It will probably shock you (OR NOT) but there are few things you’ve been doing wrong. Here are few of them, (according to how other people really do it) followed by an explanation how to do it right.
Dig a hole in your leftovers when heating them up in the microwave so the heat will spread evenly.
Listening to Music on Your Phone
Want to enhance the sound? Put your phone in a cup when playing music. Empty cup.
Removing Trash Bags
Drill holes in a trash can to prevent suction issues when pulling out and inserting a trash bag.
Going To Sleep
Crossing Out Words
Cross them out with letters, so they won’t be legible.
You’re supposed to turn your Chinese takeout container into a plate – but only if you’re sure you won’t have leftovers.
Organizing Spray Bottles
Using a clothing rod to hang your spray bottles will help you to save space (and eliminate that fun domino effect of grabbing a bottle and knocking over the whole row.)
Whenever you buy a product, go to the manufacturer’s site and upload the digital version of the manual onto Google Drive or Dropbox, and you’ll never have to keep paper copies again.
Untying a Knot
Twist the loose end as much as you can and to push it through the knot.
Using aluminum foil and plastic wrap
Press those thingies on the side to keep the roll from flying out.
Charging The Battery
Placing The Toilet Seat Cover
You’re supposed to place the flag of toilet seat covers in the front, not in the back.
Filling a Container With Water
Position a dustpan in a way that will funnel the water into the container below.
Keeping Cords Untangled
This actually solves two problems â€” keeping cords untangled and making use of those annoying bread tags. Just wind them up, attach it, and you’re good-to-go.
Eating a Cupcake
Cut the bottom off and turn it into a sandwich so you get frosting in every bite.
To take up less space, roll up your clothes when packing
Put your straw through your soda can tab to keep it from floating up and away.
Opening a Key Ring
Use a Staple remover
Using Sauce Cups
Unroll the rims so you can dip your burger in ketchup or add even more ketchup to the cup.
Eating Popcorn From a Bag
Reach into the popcorn bag by strategically ripping the bag for easy access
So, that’s it. But don’t worry if you want to continue doing it wrong. Some them are just really…I mean, why would you cut a cupcake when you can just eat them whole? :/
Which of them are you going to do differently from now on?
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