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Well there are a few tricks, to make your summer, a littler easier.  If you liked these projects, perhaps you'll like some of my others.  Check them out at www.thekingofrandom.com

Here's the video again in case you missed it!


<p>who uses straws for sodas?</p>
<p>Moms</p>
<p>people who use lipstick</p>
<p>Now I'm ready for summer!</p>
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It'd be better if this could be tweaked so the contents could be disposed of without throwing out your tupperware at the same time - although if you used yoghurt pots you could just throw them away regardless - just re-wrap the pot in film prior to disposal to minimise the chances of them getting out again !
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<p>Or use plastic wrap to line the bottom of the tupperware first. Then you can just remove both pieces of plastic wrap at the same time, leaving the fruit and flies trapped in between them.</p>
<p>you could put the tupperware container in th freezer ,then tip em' into the bin when they're frozen. rinse and repeat!</p>
I find this to be a better solution, it is what I use for them. http://www.instructables.com/id/Fruit-FlyGnat-Catcher/ <br>In a small dish mix 1/4 cup apple cider vinegar and a squirt of dish soap. The smell of the vinegar is similar to rotting fruit and attracts the flies, and the soap makes it so they can't land on the surface and take off again. It only takes a few minutes to start collecting flies at the bottom of the dish.
<p>You don't do the mango trick with a sharp knife. A table knife cuts through the fruit easily, and if you're careful you won't cut through the mango skin. This is a great way to eat a mango, but a nice juicy mango can get pretty messy. I eat mine over the sink!</p>
<p>For the hamburger hack, I'd suggest assembling them upside down too else the condiments and toppings will be in reverse order. Don't think it matter? Try flipping a favorite sandwich over, it's surprising how flavor changes when you flip things upside down, has to do with sequence you tongue encounters items and contact time.</p>
But who takes their shampoo with them to the beach??!!
<p>Don't slice a mango in the palm of your hand, that's a recipe for disaster. There are other methods you can try that are less likely to result in a bloodbath. Check out Alton Brown's video on Youtube for one method.</p>
<p>This is just getting me hyped for summer! Nice job!</p>
Please consider no straw as your first choice. In 20 minutes, it's just more plastic in the trash.
Or use,a paper or glass straw
<p>Or just wash the straw.</p>
Depending on the environment, unless you are going to empty the can into an open-top container, straws can prove vital for safety--swallowing a bee or a wasp with your drink is not a pleasant experience.
Cover your drink. Bee problem solved.
another great summer hack, go to 5 guys instead of in n out . . . ;-P<br><br>I like storing valuables in a diaper, wrapped like it's a dirty one (saw it on fb or something). no one steals the dirty diaper, lol
<p>When you put water into the bottles to go into the freezer, loosen the lid when you put it into the freezer. The water doesn't leak out and the bottle doesn't collapse as the air inside cools and contracts.</p>
<p>Did you not notice that he left the bottles open when he put them into the freezer?</p>
<p>I didn't watch the video, as I live in a remote area and get internet via cellphone, so I don't watch videos as it takes too long to download and usually hangs before it completes. In the photo with the text, the top is on the bottle and is closed. I live in a desert and have been doing this for the last 2 years!!</p>
<p>mmm, life hacks</p>
<p>mmm, life hacks</p>
<p>mmm, life hacks</p>
<p>mmm, life hacks</p>
<p>i came home to a kitchen full of fruit flies: I just grabbed the vacuum and used the hose to get them all, even off the ceiling tiles. too small to swat, too impatient to wait for those traps suggested.</p>
<p>That is the same in-n-out i go too</p>
<p>That is the same in-n-out i go too</p>
<p>That is the same in-n-out i go too</p>
<p>I love In-n-out!</p>
<p>I thought that was an In-n-out burger. I moved out of So Cal over a decade ago and can spot an In-n-out burger a mile away!!</p>
<p>I thought that was an In-n-out burger. I moved out of So Cal over a decade ago and can spot an In-n-out burger a mile away!!</p>
<p>Gosh, I LOVED this video! Only one question, what did you do with the fruit flies?</p>
<p>It also works if you mix half icing sugar and half baking soda. The granules are basically the same size. Ants are basically made of formic acid, and so---- BOOM!</p>
Popcorn kernels in a blender? Does that damage the blender at all?
<p>should not, it will sound super noisy though. </p>
Ice will do more damage to a blender then popcorn kernels, yet we all do it.
No more than a coffee grinder is damaged when used. I might use one of them instead of my blender, as it's a bigger pain to clean the blender.
<p>You should enter the Summer Fun Contest!</p><p><a href="http://www.instructables.com/contest/summerfun/" rel="nofollow">http://www.instructables.com/contest/summerfun/ </a> </p>
<p>I miss the old days when normal things people do every day wasn't called a <br>&quot;life hack&quot;...</p>
...and then eat them?...Yummy! haha
<p>Does that count toward your daily protein goal?</p>
Hmm. Why is this? Does cornmeal discourage or kill them? <br>

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