We’ve got 25 useless life hacks you’ll probably be surprised works! In the beginning, there was only darkness and confusion, but eventually, the Internet came along. Suddenly we could look up solutions to pretty much anything. It wasn’t just for homework help and proving you know more about movies than your friends. We started to find little tricks to make living easier.
These tricks became known as Life Hacks, and they are still very popular. Unfortunately, the people of the internet demanded infinite life hacks, and like Icarus, the content creators may have flown too close to the sun. These tips became impractical, cruel, and downright ridiculous. Still, they are technically life hacks, and if you’re desperate to avoid work, one or two might work. Probably not though.
Give Yourself Perfect Pitch
Speaking of guests, it’s good to have a party trick. There are very few people who have perfect pitch and you could be one of them.
Just memorize every song ever written, or at least all the popular ones. Then have your guests pick songs out and amaze them as you correctly list out the notes being sung.
Turn a Bad Day into a Good One
It’s hard to have a bad day when you come in to unexpected cash. So, to brighten up every day of your life, hide at least five dollars in every pair of pants. Repeat the money distribution on laundry day so the goodness never runs out.
Avoid Snake Bites
Did you know a high percentage of snake bites occur on the feet or legs? If you’re walking around an area with a large snake population, stay on your hands and knees, or if possible walk entirely on your hands. This will statistically reduce your chance of being bitten.
Celebrities seem to really hate the paparazzi. It’s understandable. No one wants hordes of photographers constantly invading their personal space. Avoid these leeches by never doing anything remarkable in your life.
Easy Job Tips
Finding a job can be tough. Sometimes it seems like there’s nothing good out there. Get a jump on the competition by avoiding the wanted ads and reading the obituary section. By the time bosses get around to putting an ad in the paper, they’ll already have your resume.