How to Hide Things From Your Family





Introduction: How to Hide Things From Your Family

Here is how to hide things from your family.
just remember if you get caught it wasn't my fault.

Step 1: Finding a Spot

First, you need to find a spot to hide your items. A good spot is some where in your room in the back of a rarely used drawer.

Step 2: Put Your Ittems In

Place all of your items in your spot. If you are hiding money i suggest keeping it in a wallet because it can roll around easily.

Step 3: Cover It Up!

Then cover it up with some old clothes or something and then you're done!



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    Remove drawer from dresser. (Drawers are always way short of the space in the case.) Glue container to outside back of drawer. Put valuables inside. Replace drawer.

    You're funny... :) You seem to think parents don't know where their kids hide stuff, like we've never done it ourselves... Rest assured, we know how and where you kids hide stuff, it's just that in most cases we choose to pretend like we don't know. :)

    No your wrong. If we don't want something to be found then it won't, sometimes we pretend to b hiding stuff from parents to fool them into a false sense of security or to tell them something however kids are smart, we know exactly what we're doing ?

    no offense (old timer) but new places are being discovered by drug addicts daily.

    Some of us "old timer" parents did drugs too. BTW- I change my daughter's bed and collect her laundry. I put it away too. Beds and laundry are not good if you are a teen and live at home. She has some pretty stupid and creative places to hide stuff, but she is only 15: wall sockets, books with compartments, battery compartments, fake cans of Pepsi, lotion bottles, above the drop ceiling, stuffed animals, under the soil in a plastic bag in a plant pot, behind picture frames, inside picture frames, computer cases, pens, speakers, CD cases: inside and under the labels, taped under tables, behind drawers, the toilet tank, in winter boots (in the summer) below the insoles, inside the guitar, IN the wall, You name it she's tried it. It's only money and notes and and stuff. Nothing to be bothered about. Someday I won't be able to find it though. She doesn't know where I hide my stuff. Anyway, it's set so that I know if she peeked. The secret is letting the kid think that their stash Is still hidden and undiscovered. And putting choice things in easy but not so obvious places. A distraction stash of "secret" unimportant stuff is a good diversion from a real one. If she finds condoms "hidden" under the bed or in the back of a drawer she won't check in the table leg.

    Unless this generation is smarter...there's actually a collaborative effort going on between the good part of about 50 million teens. We plant decoy items in the typical hiding spots, just so that you don't suspect the real ones. For instance, when was the last time you pulled on the 3rd book from the left on the second shelf down of your child's book case?

    *Looks around at his college classmates* (I'm in the cafeteria, not a class.)

    Nope, this generation is most certainly dimmer than that of the previous. There are a few shining individuals in the gloom though.

    Look at how most people park these days for further proof.

    what if he actually finds like a bong or something, haha

    mine did... that was... how do we say, "awkward"