Simple Life Hacks That Will Change Your Life Forever


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It’s important for you to make the most complicated stuff look simple. Simplifying these stuffs through these kinds of life hacks is awesome.

When I have a difficulty doing something I’m always eager to find a new “hack” that will make things easier. No luck so far, but I’m pretty sure I’ll find one sometime before I die.

Don’t worry, I’m young enough.

Until I find something that will change my life, someone already found couple of these life hacks. I can see people finding these hacks on daily basis and share them on Internet in order to help you.

I salute you people!

Apparently I’m not that clever to find something like this, but if I do eventually, I will file a patent to the patent office and make sure the world knows it’s me who did it!

SEE ALSO: 27 Clothing Hacks You’ll Wish You’d Known Sooner

I can’t say apparently without laughing about the “apparently kid” who showed up on TV and became famous with this word.

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Simple as that.

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    1. A bobbypin holding the rolled up end of toothpaste. Makes it easier to squeeze out without having a ton of paste at the bottom of the tube. All stays close to top. Slide pin to get more outta the tube i stead of squeezing.

  1. i think it is a post it note turned with the sticky side out, to run in between the keys… i use a sewing machine tool brush to clean mine.

    1. its a raw onion ring to hold the egg in shape, whats in the bottle is either water or oil to cook the white and leave the yolk runny

      1. Or, maybe he was being a ‘troll’ to see who is without a sense of humor … And, good news … I have a very strong suspicion he’s found his winner!

  2. Collect the unpopped popcorn kernels and when you have enough just pop them again. Make sure its all kernels that have been microwaved once. I do this all of the time in a popcorn bag that has already been used. There is usually enough butter and salt left in the bag that you don’t have to add more.

  3. The egg and onion trick I’ve seen on YouTube done by this Russian guy. He has lots of trocks too. Many of these things here I’ve seen many times before virally.

  4. #7 can burn your house down. Only stupid people would do it.
    #3 do not use on food. Newspaper ink is not healthy to eat, and it rubs off very easily.

    1. Newspaper ink is soy based, and while not the best thing in the world, is not a major toxin. Wash the tomato before you eat it.

    2. # 7 won’t work with any upo to date toaster anyway. They have a wire “cage” that closes on both sides of the bread. The cheese would melt all over the wire of the “cage” creating a cleanup nightmare. The toaster shown looks from the 1950s or so.

  5. Just an FYI #7 and #21 are serious fire hazards. Cool concept but ..never use a toaster in any other way than the manufacturer recommends. Just get a damn toaster oven…

  6. How do you get the eyes on #10? And how do you attach the ball to the wall? One pic looks like you attached a suction cup, how do you do this?

  7. The water bottle one is dumb… why lay it on the side ? Just full it half way and put it upright in the freezer. And I would think a shirt over a stove would be a fire hazard. 2 Peices of toast won’t fit in one slot… unless it’s weight watchers brand lol
    How would u get the onion slice off the egg ?

  8. Don't do the toaster ones. They are not designed to lay on the side. All the heat will rise and be trapped in the toaster. You will either melt plastic or paint and also possibly cause a fire. This is dangerous and should not be posted.

  9. The second bottle is salt and the first one is oil. If you look at the pictures more closely you will see everything makes sense.

  10. Same thing, if it doesn't heat evenly you have to head a bit longer, let it sit/stir it some to let heat distribute…repeat… I mean, it can take upwards of 3 minutes to get a hot meal if you're not careful.

  11. haven't used a microwave in 7 years. live off the grid takes to much power. food really taste better when you have to work at it a little AND not so prone to eat fast pre-made foods. healthier too

  12. The egg thing doesn't make any sense. There is a metal egg round in picture 1 why would you waste an onion? Also what is the white stuff in the last photo? Looks like milk. And way to much oil, holy cow.

  13. The egg thing doesn't make any sense. There is a metal egg round in picture 1 why would you waste an onion? Also what is the white stuff in the last photo? Looks like milk. And way to much oil, holy cow.

  14. Step six is salt, yes. Step two is water, not oil. You can tell by the consistency and the look of it. And it's a non-stick pan… oil isn't necessary (nor is salt!). But, adding water to the pan once the egg is starting to cook/form creates a nice smooth or slightly poached effect on the top of the egg and the bottom fries nice and crispy!

  15. The sideways toaster thing deactivated the timer/pop up mechanism on my toaster. If you try it, watch close or you'll have flaming grilled cheese!

  16. I've never had water boil over, than again I don't know anyone who has. As far as spaghetti, dry beans or potatoes, I keep an eye on the pot as soon as it starts to boil I leave the lid off and once its near or at a full boil I cut the heat back enough that it stills boils but not real hard. The only time I have boil overs is if I get busy and forget to check the pot.

  17. I've never had water boil over, than again I don't know anyone who has. As far as spaghetti, dry beans or potatoes, I keep an eye on the pot as soon as it starts to boil I leave the lid off and once its near or at a full boil I cut the heat back enough that it stills boils but not real hard. The only time I have boil overs is if I get busy and forget to check the pot.

  18. I've never had water boil over, than again I don't know anyone who has. As far as spaghetti, dry beans or potatoes, I keep an eye on the pot as soon as it starts to boil I leave the lid off and once its near or at a full boil I cut the heat back enough that it stills boils but not real hard. The only time I have boil overs is if I get busy and forget to check the pot.

  19. I've never had water boil over, than again I don't know anyone who has. As far as spaghetti, dry beans or potatoes, I keep an eye on the pot as soon as it starts to boil I leave the lid off and once its near or at a full boil I cut the heat back enough that it stills boils but not real hard. The only time I have boil overs is if I get busy and forget to check the pot.

  20. I've never had water boil over, than again I don't know anyone who has. As far as spaghetti, dry beans or potatoes, I keep an eye on the pot as soon as it starts to boil I leave the lid off and once its near or at a full boil I cut the heat back enough that it stills boils but not real hard. The only time I have boil overs is if I get busy and forget to check the pot.

  21. I've never had water boil over, than again I don't know anyone who has. As far as spaghetti, dry beans or potatoes, I keep an eye on the pot as soon as it starts to boil I leave the lid off and once its near or at a full boil I cut the heat back enough that it stills boils but not real hard. The only time I have boil overs is if I get busy and forget to check the pot.

  22. I've never had water boil over, than again I don't know anyone who has. As far as spaghetti, dry beans or potatoes, I keep an eye on the pot as soon as it starts to boil I leave the lid off and once its near or at a full boil I cut the heat back enough that it stills boils but not real hard. The only time I have boil overs is if I get busy and forget to check the pot.

  23. I've never had water boil over, than again I don't know anyone who has. As far as spaghetti, dry beans or potatoes, I keep an eye on the pot as soon as it starts to boil I leave the lid off and once its near or at a full boil I cut the heat back enough that it stills boils but not real hard. The only time I have boil overs is if I get busy and forget to check the pot.

  24. I've never had water boil over, than again I don't know anyone who has. As far as spaghetti, dry beans or potatoes, I keep an eye on the pot as soon as it starts to boil I leave the lid off and once its near or at a full boil I cut the heat back enough that it stills boils but not real hard. The only time I have boil overs is if I get busy and forget to check the pot.

  25. I've never had water boil over, than again I don't know anyone who has. As far as spaghetti, dry beans or potatoes, I keep an eye on the pot as soon as it starts to boil I leave the lid off and once its near or at a full boil I cut the heat back enough that it stills boils but not real hard. The only time I have boil overs is if I get busy and forget to check the pot.

  26. I've never had water boil over, than again I don't know anyone who has. As far as spaghetti, dry beans or potatoes, I keep an eye on the pot as soon as it starts to boil I leave the lid off and once its near or at a full boil I cut the heat back enough that it stills boils but not real hard. The only time I have boil overs is if I get busy and forget to check the pot.

  27. I've never had water boil over, than again I don't know anyone who has. As far as spaghetti, dry beans or potatoes, I keep an eye on the pot as soon as it starts to boil I leave the lid off and once its near or at a full boil I cut the heat back enough that it stills boils but not real hard. The only time I have boil overs is if I get busy and forget to check the pot.

  28. I've never had water boil over, than again I don't know anyone who has. As far as spaghetti, dry beans or potatoes, I keep an eye on the pot as soon as it starts to boil I leave the lid off and once its near or at a full boil I cut the heat back enough that it stills boils but not real hard. The only time I have boil overs is if I get busy and forget to check the pot.

  29. I've never had water boil over, than again I don't know anyone who has. As far as spaghetti, dry beans or potatoes, I keep an eye on the pot as soon as it starts to boil I leave the lid off and once its near or at a full boil I cut the heat back enough that it stills boils but not real hard. The only time I have boil overs is if I get busy and forget to check the pot.

  30. I've never had water boil over, than again I don't know anyone who has. As far as spaghetti, dry beans or potatoes, I keep an eye on the pot as soon as it starts to boil I leave the lid off and once its near or at a full boil I cut the heat back enough that it stills boils but not real hard. The only time I have boil overs is if I get busy and forget to check the pot.

  31. Wooden spoons need to be "seasoned" before their first use. Cover in food-grade mineral oil. It's the oil that prevents boil-over. 🙂

  32. Kit Fraser Davis this hack doesn't work anyway, the way a microwave works is that the waves go to the middle of the oven so if you put bowls off centre it will take longer. You're right cover them and stir them to heat them faster and also to keep clean up to a minimum, (Less splatter).

    1. MABEL,, Microwaves are about 1 1/2 long, There are MILLIONS of them that go through ALL PARTS of the oven. . They travel so fast, bouncing all over the oven, that it creates friction, the friction is what cooks the food. I forget on how fast they travel. Food being put in the center really has little effect on the cooking,

  33. Damion Gervais I suppose 'off the grid' means different things to different people. Not something to keep up on.

  34. We have solar, battery and generator. Internet is via satellite. We heat water through a wood burning cook stove and up until three months ago hauled water from a creek. We now have a well.

  35. I guess I should confess we don't live in the real world. we are up in Alaska. lived in the real world for 55 years. lovin the new adventure. not for everyone.

  36. Beverly Bockoven – Mercy….you DO live off the grid! Cheers to you, Beverly. Not sure how you endure the cold! Brrrrrr!

  37. our heat went out last Friday afternoon…big repair ahead. Thankfully we don't have temps like yours here in Oregon! Still feeling like I live in an igloo. Stay warm and sweet dreams!