Handy Sat Nav tip: NEVER save your home address as 'home'.

Thieves will often steal Sat-Navs out of a car then use it to find your home address. If that happens, you could be losing more than your sat-nav. This also applies for any electronic device with GPS.

Personally, i like to use names such as Valhalla, Mordor or Narnia.

33 Insanely Clever Innovations That Need To Be Everywhere Already

Movie theaters with screens in the bathroom so you don’t miss anything.

360 degree wall outlets.

This app that unsubscribes you from spam mail by simply taking a picture of it.

Even better if the theater has bean bag seats.

Traffic lights with countdown indicators.

A pen that lets you scan and write in any color.

A bike helmet that folds up.

Wall outlets with USB chargers.

It should also come with a built-in night light.

And the ultimate outlet would also have extension cords built into the wall.

Small tiles you can attach to your keys, wallet, computer, or pretty much anything. If you lose anything, you can then look up their location on your smartphone.

Fresh pizza vending machines.

Benches that you can turn to always have a dry seat.

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LIFE HACK for all my pierced babes out here tryna get jobs

(or for if you just have a pair of normal stud earrings you want to get some use out of)

So they sell these flesh tone plugs (you know, using “flesh tone” super lightly bc obviously not everyone is Whitey McWhiterson like me) that are supposed to be “retainers” to hide your stretched ears. But even if you get a decent skin tone match, they really don’t hide anything, they just look like you have giant plugs and bad taste.

But the thing about the silicone is that it’s super soft, so you can actually puncture it with a normal earring stud!

So all you have to do is find an earring big enough to cover (or at least distract from) the plug and then viola!

Where’s that pierced delinquent who sent in her resume? Hiding behind that professional young lady we’re about to hire, THAT’S where!

And an extra cool thing about it is that the silicone is sort of self-healing, so you don’t really damage it or wear it out by “piercing” it, so you can just get one pair and then wear however many different earrings you want with the same plugs.

I don’t remember how much the plugs initially cost, but as you can see from the example I linked, you can get them for less than $10, and these flower earrings I got at Hot Topic for $3, so it’s all pretty low cost too.

Now go look cute and make some bank!


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