So stashing your bagel sandwich where your CDs used to be sounds awesome on paper. And yeah, you could wash it as many times as you can to get off any of the clearly unsafe chemicals rubbed off from the discs. But the plastic itself is most likely not food-grade so the dyes will affect your bread and your other ingredients to your lunch.
No pan to toast your slice your bread and all-American yellow cheese? Just tip over your trusty toaster and stick both of them inside! Just have your fire extinguisher ready when you set everything on fire, as it has in people's homes in England among others.
Let's pop this one open mentally for a second here - you have a bottle in your hand while in a car. Then you have the genius idea of opening it, while you're still unbuckled. Unless memory serves anyone right, open container laws will get you arrested real quick if they find you with one. (And don't give us that, "Oh it's just for a Coke." You know damn well you're not using this for a soda.)
Having a bumping party but have no cash for party favors? You can go ahead and freeze your toothpaste, then slice them up into impromptu dinner mints you can serve to your guests. You can then shake your head in horror as they puke them out from feeling the effects of poisoning via toothpaste.
Besides looking incredibly dumb holding a wet bag to tea in your hands, this is not that effective. Even worse, you have an added threat of staining your hands pretty badly. Just buy some real hand warmers instead.
6. You Can't Pee Your Way Out Of A Jellyfish Sting
Continuing on the "hacks that heat up your food" front, we have a way to get your roll of bread nice and warm with your laptop adapter. Now, those bricks can get pretty hot, so you might think it will make your snack ready to munch on while you "study" (read: binge on dumb videos). However, there's the chance the crumbs might get inside the pack or laptop, harming your tech permanently.
Lips herpes is not a good look and the self-conscious will scramble for a quick fix - enter the nail polish. But for real, just use an honest-to-god lip balm or wet compress. This will just irritate your skin like no one's business.
9. When Life Gives You Lemons, Don't Burn Your Skin
Lemons are the tools for homemade remedies from foot scrubs to house cleaners. The one place you shouldn't be putting it on is your face if you want to lighten it. Some will say that it works, but there's also the risk of making your skin more sensitive to the sun, and flaring up any allergic reactions you might not know about.
You have met people who have told you they've sworn by a three-day or week-long torture of juicing that will fix their digestion or clear them of toxins. The reality, however, is that most juice cleanses don't have enough fiber, to begin with, and science shows there's little evidence it works. But cleanses can give you headaches and acne at best and dehydration and electrolyte imbalance at worst.
If you're sick and tired of making ponytails for your little one, you can bust out the tube from your vacuum to speed up the process. But this all depends on if it has a lower-power suction, or you're gonna give their hair a really bad yank. Yeah, mark this hack for Parent Of The Year, for sure.
A hollow candle on your ear has been called as the cure for tinnitus and ear pain. Experts have shown that there are no actual health benefits to sticking a candle to your ear. Burning hot wax near or inside your ears, however....that's not a good thing.
There are almost no words for this unholy combination of construction tools. It looks like if someone watched too many fantasy shows and decided, "Hey, why don't I just try making my own legendary hammer?" Do not, under any circumstance make this drill hammer - it'll just end up on the business end of your foot.