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Things Your Grandmother Should Have Taught You

Messy keyboards:

You could try mushing Blu Tack down there, but sometimes old Blu Tack makes everything worse (that’s some life advice right for free kids!). Instead, grab a Post-it note and use the sticky end to clean out the grime between your keys.

Boiling eggs:

Add a teaspoon of baking soda to the boiling water and the shell will peel itself!

Reheating food:

Make a space in the middle so the pasta/rice/noodles/whatever is arranged in a ring around the plate—this way, you won’t have an awkward cold patch in the middle.

Break out of the instant noodle:

Buy wet, packaged noodles from the supermarket. To cook, put in a pan of cold water, then set to boil. Once the water’s boiled the noodles should be cooked.

iOS 7 = <3:

Did you know that it has a building level?! Open up the compass, then swipe left. Place your iPhone next to something and test whether it’s properly horizontal/vertical.

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