How to fix the little problems in life [Pic]

Submitted by: honkeylips 6 years ago in Misc
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Source: Today I found out
The razor blade info is well worth the read.
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Female 119
MrTwidget... I was thinking the exact same thing..
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Male 319
Dude just explained how to use an alarm clock for a bomb timer.
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Male 842
I do the razor one, but I use the underside of my forearm instead of jeans (no, I don`t cut, smart alecks). Just pushing the razor up my arm four or five times before I shave lengthens the life of each head by weeks or months.
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Male 58
cutting sandpaper will DULL scissors, not aharpen them:
scissors and similar toold should only be sharpened on the bevel side, not the flat sides. the flat sides need to have the closest contact with each other possible, for better shearing.
also, under 200 grit is far from a fine grit! 600 grit or higher is what is consideres a fine grit. shearing tools like scissors come sharpened to around 1600 or similar grit (when using sandpaper standards).
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Male 155
buried alive in a coffin? if Uma Thurman can one-inch-punch her way out of that, so can I!
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Male 1,083
i want to meet the person that considers quicksand and being buried alive as a "little problem."
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Male 1,073
The little problems in life? I can only think of one type of person that would say "oh shoot. now what am I going to do for an analog pressure sensor?" Or "great - now all I need is an electronic timer..."
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Male 40,739
Some of these are handy!
Others are still worthy of Lolz!
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Male 707
Turn your multimeter to the 20 volt setting.

Well, drat....
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Male 184
@Cyborg "if some one was to be buried alive, they would have to be dead for quit awhile",

no they would be alive, hence the `buried ALIVE` part
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Male 1,623
"This is great! I`m sure those survival tips will come in handy, because you never know when your relatives will decide to bury you alive in quicksand."

I laughed.
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Male 3,076
nice the pressure sensors is pretty sweet :D
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Male 5,094
turtlemurtle: How is that supposed to sharpen it?
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Female 71
or u can put ur razor in a cup of oil... much easier
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Female 1,356
This is great! I`m sure those survival tips will come in handy, because you never know when your relatives will decide to bury you alive in quicksand.
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Male 54
[quote="AnImbrogilo"]wait wait wait... Didn`t the Mythbusters bust the buried alive one? Something about the dirt simply being too heavy for you to dig out of or some such?[/quote]

I know which episode you`re talking about, and the myth was that you could survive for more than a few hours inside a coffin, not that you couldn`t break out. By no means was Adam trying to break out of the coffin.
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Male 15,832
[quote]Don`t ground to the alternator itself. That would be potentially bad.[/quote]
Groan...
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Male 838
wait wait wait... Didn`t the Mythbusters bust the buried alive one? Something about the dirt simply being too heavy for you to dig out of or some such?
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Male 987
The taste of the embalming fluid should pass after a few decades.
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Male 795
How-to test an alternator:
Start the vehicle. Detach the negative terminal of your battery. If the vehicle dies, there`s something wrong with your alternator. If it keeps running, it`s working fine.
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Male 527
The razor one might be worth a try. Back in the day, straight razors were honed using a leather strap, but you had access to both edges. With the safety razor, you can only get to one side, so it might not be as effective. I`ve got nothing better to do tomorrow, so I`ll try it out.
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Male 256
Sharpen steel bladed scissors with aluminum? I don`t think so. The coffin thing would only work if you`re conservative Jewish because most coffins (at least in America) are steel plated and surrounded by a concrete vault.
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Male 2,790
if some one was to be buried alive, they would have to be dead for quit awhile. being checked by numerous doctors. and while that`s all happening, your body and mind are slowing rotting. so good luck remembering this.
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Male 182
I loved the coffin one: "You are almost guaranteed to die, but DON`T PANIC."
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Female 457
@ dfgkeriogje:

Let the banning COMMENCE!!!
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Male 1,920
Anyone really think they will be buried in a coffin without being processed by a mortician first?
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Male 56
The taliban would use those pressure sensors under truck tires to set off IEDs. Jerks.
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Male 17,511
#6 Or you can buy test strips for $2.50 Here and you can test all your family and friends as well.
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Male 1,216
Quick sand isn`t fatal. Quicksand is never deeper than a person, and it`s easy to get out of. Maybe tar is fatal.
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Male 1,523
warning: massive wall of text
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Male 5,094
Last one: Did he just tell us how to make a bomb timer?
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Female 255
" "Just needs to have one of the pant legs in tact"

Really? Where is the tact located?"

*Intact

Simple mistake. No big deal.
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Male 73
Dear mother of geezus that`s a TOO LONG; DIDN`T READ for me :P
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Male 179
Not worth all the effort to read. It`s like cutting out coupons for stuff I don`t even want.
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Female 22
"Just needs to have one of the pant legs in tact"

Really? Where is the tact located?
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Female 412
For the toothpaste one just buy Arm and Hammer, my parents have been using it for years!
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Male 657
The razor blade/jeans thing does not work. You can not effectively strop any blade by only stropping one side. It just does not work like that. If you really want to save money on shaving, get an old style razor that uses double edge razor blades.
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Male 5,314
ok
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Male 25,416
Things i didnt need to know.. but now do
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Male 1,586
Link: How to fix the little problems in life [Pic] [Rate Link] - The razor blade info is well worth the read.
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