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Category: Tip of the Day

Tip of the Day #409

by Lincoln Sedlacek

While ad campaigns insist that “there’s more than one way to eat a Reese’s peanut butter cup,” adventurous consumers should note that the only safe ways involve putting it in your mouth.

Tip of the Day #203

by Lincoln Sedlacek

One can dramatically decrease their risk of bacterial infection by not injecting cultures of bacteria directly into their veins.

Tip of the Day #637

by Lincoln Sedlacek

If you don’t want to talk to the people next to you on an airplane, put in earbuds and whenever someone tries to start a conversation say, “I’m sorry – these earbuds aren’t actually attached to anything, but I put them in so that I wouldn’t have to talk to you. Let’s just pretend this never happened, okay?” If they protest, just point at both earbuds and shake your head, mouthing, “Sorry, I can’t hear you.”

Tip of the Day #309

by Lincoln Sedlacek

Americans typically write dates with the month before the day – for example, 5/26/2015. However, it’s important to remember that people from other countries often write the day, then the month, then their favorite battery brand, and then the year – for example, 26/5/Energizer/2015.

Tip of the Day #209

by Lincoln Sedlacek

No matter how mean a person is, or how realistic the scenario seems in The Wizard of Oz, dropping a house on someone is usually not a good way to get your neighborhood to throw a party in your honor.

Tip of the Day #664

by Lincoln Sedlacek

Societal norms allow concert attendees to scream, “I love this song!” three times; however, funeral attendees should do this no more than once.

Tip of the Day #825

by Lincoln Sedlacek

Despite its name, there are many purposes that so-called “all-purpose flour” can’t fulfill, like improving at-risk student test scores, capturing rogue velociraptors, and acting as Secretary of Commerce.

Tip of the Day # 2477

by Jordy Greenblatt

Just because you’re paranoid, doesn’t mean I’m not out to get you.

Tip of the Day #8002

by Lincoln Sedlacek

“Bitch, please,” is not considered an appropriate rebuttal to the State of the Union Address.

Tip of the Day #899

by Jordy Greenblatt

It was Eleanor Roosevelt who said, “No one can jump out from behind a mailbox, punch you in the crotch, and run away screaming without your consent.”

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