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Its moments of genius like these that give me a little more faith in humanity. ON OPPOSITE DAY!



1/25. A great lifehack for a hands free selfie stick!

2/25. A cool bookmark you can make for only a dollar


3/25. Having a bad day? Wear your sunglasses. Now you are having a bad evening!


4/25. Shitty fruit hack spotted on smoothie carton.


5/25. Tired of getting injured when shot?


6/25. Studying life hack: If you're bored, start studying. You'll immediately find more interesting things to do.

7/25. Quick mints on a budget


8/25. Literally this sub's name


9/25. Feeling lonely?


10/25. You can make flip flops out of old water bottles

11/25. Medical life hack: Donate blood on Friday or Saturday so you can get drunk for less that night!

12/25. Avoid tears while slicing onions


13/25. Have to enter a particularly smelly environment? Try this life hack with only a few rubber bands and a bag of tea.


14/25. Don't have candles for the office birthday party? Use a bic lighter.


15/25. First date life hack: When on a date with a girl, leave your flies undone. If she points it out, do them up until she's not looking and then unzip them again. If she continues to notice, she's checking out your junk and is therefore into you.

16/25. No one will know your shoes have a couple of holes

17/25. Don't have a bookmark? Use ketchup instead!


18/25. Use your bike tyres to collect hardware for future DIY projects.


19/25. Want your room to smell spring fresh without the spring cleaning?


20/25. A waterproof phone case is only a few dollars away.

21/25. Occupation life hack: Avoid having a bad day at work by not getting a job

22/25. Quick makeshift DIY cup holder

23/25. The most efficient way to consume liquid.

24/25. Health life hack: A cigarette takes five minutes off your life, but if you take ten minutes to smoke it, it's a five-minute net gain.

25/25. Easy way to make hotdogs for you and all your friends.

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But twenty big ones can get you pretty far nonetheless.

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Here are a few examples of turning points in learning about history, straight from the keyboards of the people at AskReddit.

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