We have once again found ourselves laughing at the resourcefulness and sense of humor found on the Internet. People have taken it upon themselves to share utterly useless, stupid, or downright bad advice with each other.
We should warn you beforehand that none of these “tips” are worth following in real life. Ever.
Take a selfie through a toilet roll tube, and pretend you’re the Moon.
If your headphones are tangled, just spray them with some Johnson’s no more tangles.
Cutting your tennis balls in half allows you to store two more balls in each can, saving space.
Use the metal part of your seat belt to open beers while driving.
Use the Spike Away vest to protect your personal space on the subway.
How to sneak chocolate into a cafe.
Magnify your phone’s screen by putting it in a glass of water.
How to avoid buying socks for five years.
Impress your guests and reduce clutter with this simple trick: an empty bottle cap becomes a fancy orange holder!
Cooking level: college student.
This little trick provides you with an endless source of energy and reduces your electricity bills to zero.
No spoon? Just wrap some sticky tape around a fork.
Use your cat to wipe the floor. It’s environmentally friendly and saves you money!
If you wanted plain spaghetti but you ended up with spaghetti bolognese, just wash it away in the washing machine.
Need to secure your lunch? A padlock will keep that hoagie secure from Jeff the thieving intern!
Use a fork if you’re having trouble manipulating chopsticks.
How to make the ultimate DIY dinner tray for when you’re watching TV.
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