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[–]VoodooIdol 3592 points3593 points  (167 children)

Use dryer sheets to get dead bugs and tar off of your car's paint. Just dip it in the wash bucket and scrub away then rinse thoroughly.

No, it will not scratch the paint.

Source: I'm a professional detailer.

[–]DoDoDoTheFunkyGibbon[🍰] 2304 points2305 points  (115 children)

What are dryer sheets?

Edit : please don’t downvote, I’m from Australia and honestly, what are dryer sheets?

[–]ScrawledItalix 2432 points2433 points  (14 children)

they were trying to give you upvotes but they turned upside down heading to Australia

[–]Talkstothecat 398 points399 points  (14 children)

Fabric softener sheets, they go in the dryer to eliminate static on your clothing.

[–]djhoneybadger94 3227 points3228 points  (172 children)

Putting packets of chips/crisps in the freezer.

I dont know how to explain it, but it just gives them an extra kick.

[–]HesTheRiverSquirrel 1868 points1869 points  (15 children)

This is wild I'm going to try it

[–]hmfskmn 189 points190 points  (1 child)

This is the first time in /r/askreddit history that I can recall thinking "I wonder how fucking weird it would be to try that, so I'm going to do it" in my life.

[–]jeffsbluebarrel 309 points310 points  (57 children)

Whoa. My boyfriend just recently revealed to me the magic of putting chocolate bars in the freezer and we've been wondering what other things we could do that with. Will pass on and try with chips!

[–]nickburgess 366 points367 points  (18 children)

Grapes are also a good choice

[–]hoopstick 57 points58 points  (0 children)

Frozen grapes are God's own snack. The texture is amazing.

[–]smellther0ses 166 points167 points  (5 children)

Pepper your ketchup after you put it on your food! Especially when eating eggs. It is life changing.

I got that advice from a previous askreddit thread and though, what’s the harm in trying? I haven’t gone back since.

[–]badger___ 4108 points4109 points  (199 children)

Sitting down in the shower

[–]dollhousemassacre 5403 points5404 points  (45 children)

I do that when I know I’ll be crying for more than 15 minutes

[–]tymme 2455 points2456 points  (20 children)

Look at Mr. Fancypants here, with 15 minutes' worth of hot water....

[–]kingsghost 993 points994 points  (14 children)

I usually cry in cold water. Doing this materialises my self hatred into my senses.

[–]missy070203 83 points84 points  (4 children)

It also helps avoiding the puffy eyes/face after a good cry.

[–]CeeDubWub 369 points370 points  (37 children)

Advanced mode is laying down. Its so nice when you first get up in the morning.

[–]nbomb220 98 points99 points  (9 children)

It's super nice before bed, I'd be afraid to do it before work in case I fell asleep or would be so warm and comfy that I wouldn't ever want to leave my house

[–]nerdlywhiplash 5757 points5758 points  (191 children)

When I was younger, my mom used to serve us taquitos with apple sauce to dip them in. I was told when I was older that it wasn't a thing... Oh but it is

[–]LivingInTheVoid 13.8k points13.8k points  (698 children)

Get a ping pong ball, cut it in half. Buy a red lightbulb. Find a YouTube video of straight white noise. Tape each half of the ping pong ball to your eyes and shine the red light over you. Lie down with headphones listening to the white noise. Sit for 30-60 minutes. You’ll start hallucinating.

[–]KiraDidNothingWrong_ 16.2k points16.2k points  (137 children)

If my parents walk in while i'm doing this they're going to think i'm retarded again.

EDIT: Thank you kind stranger. It's all worth it now.

[–]plinky4 5596 points5597 points  (36 children)

Draw eyes on the halves of the ball so it looks like you're paying attention when they're talking to you

[–]tartlman 1828 points1829 points  (15 children)

or do i look too interested?

[–]jellyfishdenovo 319 points320 points  (6 children)

I consider Calvin and Hobbes strips to be my holy texts.

[–]PamPoovey42 1904 points1905 points  (166 children)

...how did you discover this?

[–]Mic_Check_One_Two 1322 points1323 points  (83 children)

It’s a common psychotherapy experiment. Basically, the brain craves stimuli. The ping-pong balls with the red light will stop any visual stimulus - All you’ll see is a gentle red glow, everywhere you look. The white noise blocks out all auditory stimulus.

And when the brain isn’t receiving any stimuli, it will create its own. Thus, the wicked strong hallucinations.

And the funny part is that some people don’t even need to wait the full 30-60 minutes for it to start - For some, they’ll start hallucinating in 5 minutes flat. Many people also report a sense of time dilation when they’re hallucinating - They may only be hallucinating for 5 minutes, but to them it will feel like 20 or 30.

[–]thaswhaimtalkinbout 324 points325 points  (29 children)

what does the experiment expect to show? how easy it is for the brain to entertain itself. Or that it's a fast way to achieve personal insight/growth?

as an experience, it seems cool as fuck.

[–]Indigocell 329 points330 points  (25 children)

I'm not sure, but I think it's meant to show that our perception is not necessarily the reality. We are limited in what we are able to see and hear. To some degree, our brain is actually filling in the blanks of what we have learned to expect. When we deprive ourselves of that stimuli, the brain starts filling in the blanks. I think it could be a way to achieve insight and personal growth, or possibly scare the hell out of yourself.

Another experiment along the same lines is to stare at yourself in the mirror in a low-light setting, blinking as little as possible. Maybe use a single candle or something for the light. This is the basic element of that whole "Bloody Mary" urban legend. Apparently the dim light and the flickering shadows causes a hallucination where your face distorts in a frightening way. Never tried it though.

[–]dude_in_the_mansuit 110 points111 points  (7 children)

The second one sounds like a sure way of craping yourself. I'd try it though, like those times I tried to open my eyes while having a sleep paralysis.

[–]Joonmoy 5807 points5808 points  (52 children)

I went through 246758000 combinations of various activities, types of radiation, and sports accessories. For instance, attempt #000000001 was to cut a bowling ball in half, glue the halves to my head, and then lower myself head first into syrup while shining strong X-rays on my kneecaps. I do not recommend that at all.

[–]incrediblyjoe 987 points988 points  (14 children)

Which part? Because I went out and bought a ton of syrup before I finished reading this post.

[–]RandomName01 491 points492 points  (6 children)

Bad news, bro. The X-rays were totally fine, but the syrup turned out to be nearly lethal.

[–]current909 196 points197 points  (5 children)

Found Cave Johnson's alt-account.

[–]Jhyanisawesome 94 points95 points  (4 children)

"We're really throwing science at the wall here, to see what sticks"

[–]CrispehChikenWingz 736 points737 points  (36 children)

This is the first legitimate 'weird thing' response that I think I am actually going to try because I am so intrigued.

[–]weedful_things 186 points187 points  (7 children)

part of me wants to do this but part of me is afraid

[–]D3dshotCalamity 126 points127 points  (2 children)

I know, right? I was like "oh, cool, hallucinations... Oh, fuck, hallucinations!"

[–]LivingInTheVoid 103 points104 points  (1 child)

Let me know how it goes!

[–]icecreamtester 894 points895 points  (15 children)

I'm calling the cops

[–]PeriwinkleAppleTree 532 points533 points  (76 children)

Does this actually work? What are the hallucinations like? I imagine it's like dreams since your eyes are closed.

[–]godslam 1155 points1156 points  (25 children)

My eyes were wide open and The Lion King just started playing out in front of me. Like I was watching the movie.

Trippy shit.

[–]Starkydowns 1469 points1470 points  (12 children)

Are you sure you weren't just watching the lion king?

[–]Montigue 1592 points1593 points  (9 children)

I would like to be president someday, so no, I've not smoked marijuana. I ate a brownie once at a party in college. It was intense. It was kind of indescribable, actually. I felt like I was floating. Turns out there wasn't any pot in the brownie. It was just an insanely good brownie.

[–]LivingInTheVoid 543 points544 points  (22 children)

They’re kind of faint. But it does actually work. I did it briefly and I saw an elephant walk past.

[–]emihir0 683 points684 points  (8 children)



elephant walk past


I think your childhood was much tougher than mine if that's your definition of faint.

[–]halfajacob 220 points221 points  (2 children)

Sounds like something called the Ganzfeld experiment. I feel like I'm going to need verification from someone else before I fall for what could be a very convincing troll though.

[–]TFJ 1621 points1622 points  (29 children)

straight white noise

You mean like the Dave Matthews Band?

[–]Weishaupt666 308 points309 points  (24 children)

Did you try it with pink or brown noise instead of white noise? I find the idea of listening to white noise for 30 minutes a bit...well...let's just say I'd rip my skin off out of displeasure

[–]LivingInTheVoid 218 points219 points  (7 children)

No. You tend to block out the white noise after a while.

[–]JillStinkEye 154 points155 points  (9 children)

Isn't brown noise supposed to make you poop?

[–]shelbeam 205 points206 points  (7 children)

You are thinking of the brown note: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brown_note. Brown noise is like white noise, just lower frequencies.

[–]rocky8u 5930 points5931 points  (262 children)

Dungeons and Dragons or any other table top role playing game. they sound weird and goofy but it is honestly one of the most entertaining things you can do with a group of people when you find the right group.

[–]Hemisemidemiurge 2396 points2397 points  (115 children)

when you find the right group

This is the key, otherwise you're going to be stuck spending an hour arguing over whether or not it's safe to open a plain, unlocked door.

[–]rocky8u 973 points974 points  (60 children)

But it might be trapped.

[–]Hemisemidemiurge 753 points754 points  (52 children)

That's what I'm on about! It's a plain door! In a freestanding structure, not even a dungeon!

So many players have been straight-up traumatized by sadistic DMs that they can't function like real PCs anymore.

I knew one group of people who were in a dungeon where one room magically changed all their metal into wax and nobody noticed until they walked into a warm room and all their equipment melted. They were never the same again! Everything ground down to a paranoid crawl and this was a fresh game, new characters, and we hadn't even got out of the tavern yet! I knocked on a door and it started an absolute freakout!

[–]shaksta4 33 points34 points  (13 children)

What the heck is this!? Can someone please explain how this happens? I've never played DnD or any table top rpg. How does this work? Is it imagination based? Do the players just play through and suddenly the DM guy just says "btw your armour was wax" and then thats it? Im so confused and interested in this

[–]bardhoiledegg 33 points34 points  (0 children)

Maybe the player enter a room and the gm asks everyone to roll a 20-sided die.

No one rolls high enough to perceive the change so the gm says "As you walk into the room you think you feel a wave of.. no, the feeling disappears and nothing happens. The room is dimly lit and dusty...and so on"

Or perhaps only one character was holding their weapon as they entered the room and they get "As you enter the room, your sword feels lighter and slightly warmer in your hand" and the character chose to investigate the magic in the room instead of the sword.

[–]Galiphile 342 points343 points  (46 children)

Seriously. 5e is super easy to learn. Beyond the up front cost, D&D costs nothing. It's a great social game. Gather your friends every week or so, drink beer and eat food and play D&D for three hours. It's honestly perfect.

[–]schu2470 253 points254 points  (20 children)

Beyond the up front cost

The basic rules can be found on Wizards of the Coast's website for free and there are many free dice rolling apps for iOS and Android that can be used as well. Battle and other encounters can be run "theatre of the mind". Honestly, it can be as expensive or cheap as you want.

[–]SilenceForever 92 points93 points  (3 children)

I had a friend back in middle school who introduced me to that kind of games. He used to call them "Adventure stories", and we'd sit down on a bench at recess, he'd be the DM, and tell me the story, and I'd have to tell him what I wanted to do, my choices, and everything else.

We didn't know D&D (at least I didn't) and these were only his own universes, we had no dice, no character sheet, we memorized everything and it was great. We even had a story where we were both characters and he was DM as well.

[–]Sk8erBoi95 3800 points3801 points  (284 children)

Peanut butter on pancakes. Still douse them in maple syrup, but poke holes in them so that the syrup can still soak into them

[–]xFacexThexTruthx 988 points989 points  (98 children)

Peanut butter on chocolate chip pancakes plus syrup. It's sweet sweet delicious heaven

[–]CurrentlyNobody 518 points519 points  (78 children)

Grilled peanut butter too. Replace the cheese in a grilled cheese with peanut butter. Delicious.

[–]EnderCreeper121 47 points48 points  (10 children)

This thread just adds more and more delicious each comment!

[–]jarobat 128 points129 points  (7 children)

Do this on French toast, it's even better.

[–]flowersandmilk 2250 points2251 points  (193 children)

Isolation tank

[–]CHRGuitar 277 points278 points  (11 children)

Pull that shit up, Jamie.

[–]happyhippieishappy 241 points242 points  (107 children)

Hey I’m actually getting ready to do my first session pretty soon, could you provide any tips to get ready?

[–]flowersandmilk 425 points426 points  (63 children)

My first time was mostly just spent trying to get used to the experience, and I would say that you should probably not have any expectations that exceed that, that way the next time you go you can start to focus on the things pertinent to you and your own life.

Without knowing you at all it’s hard to give you very specific advice, but my wife is having her first session tomorrow and here’s what I told her:

  1. There’s nothing objectively scary about this experience. If you feel some sort of fear, it exists purely in your own mind. The experience can be as simple as “I’m floating in warm water”. It’s not like you’re running from a herd of buffalos, in that there is no real, actual danger.

  2. Just relax. That’s really the foundation of this experience... is that being deprived of stimuli should be inherently relaxing. If you’re looking for an experience beyond that, it still will only come by first relaxing. You can’t make any headway without first learning to be comfortable in the tank.

That’s really it. As I said, you can make it more complicated after that but just relaxing and getting used to the “weirdness” of what you’re doing is all you should be focused on the first time, imo.

[–]Tsuichendist 1169 points1170 points  (50 children)

Tzatziki on your burger at Harvey's

[–]heywood_yablome_m8 463 points464 points  (13 children)

Tzatziki is amazing with any ground meat, or red meat at all

[–]run__rabbit_run 5330 points5331 points  (293 children)

Closed Captions, all the time, no matter what you're watching. You get used to it pretty quickly, and it's kind of amazing how much you miss without it.

[–]Kitcat1987 1377 points1378 points  (44 children)

That's fine unless the person captioning doesn't know what the fuck is being said.

The Netflix subtitles of The IT Crowd is an abomination, half the time they just write "unintelligible".

[–]abcq02 316 points317 points  (8 children)

And the other half the time they transcribe it so wrong I don't know how they heard what they heard.

[–]Bionic_Yeti 193 points194 points  (7 children)

I've noticed a lot of subtitles are missing the ending of sentences on Netflix. At one point I thought they didn't put curse words in their films when I was watching django unchained but 10 minutes later they start showing up and you realize they're shit at their job.

[–]trinket__ 928 points929 points  (33 children)

I started using closed captions a few years ago when my dog wouldn’t stop barking at the tv when there was any clinking noises from chains, I muted the tv and put the captions on. Best thing ever. Now, I have a son - he’s two years old - so whenever we try to watch anything I can know what’s going on while he plays around and makes noises.

I feel weird when I can’t use closed captions.

[–]PleaseDontSteveItUp 208 points209 points  (3 children)

I grew up with CC, because my parents aren't native English speakers, and I think it helped me dominate spelling tests in elementary school.

[–]macnar 341 points342 points  (8 children)

Can confirm. I dislike watching anything without them anymore. Plus I always feel that dialog gets drowned out by other noise in tv so subtitles keep me from turning up the volume too loud.

[–]artful_wench 182 points183 points  (1 child)

We turned CC on the family TV when my brother was young, because they supposedly help kids read/spell better. We never turned them off, and I've continued using them these past 20-odd years. It's weird to watch TV without them.

[–]navin__johnson 209 points210 points  (11 children)

I do this with video games. I would miss so much dialogue if I didn't. Not sure why I don't do this with movies tho.

[–]VoltaX90 48 points49 points  (3 children)

I do it with games but I feel like they distract me too much from what's going on in the movie, as opposed to games where you can read them when nothing much interesting is happening on screen.

[–]evaughan 670 points671 points  (14 children)

After you get where you're going, ya take off your shoes and socks. Then ya walk around on the rug barefoot and make fists with your toes.

[–]acawas 412 points413 points  (26 children)

Put the potato chips IN your sandwich

[–]jgw791 1200 points1201 points  (60 children)

Mix cream cheese with sweet chilli sauce for a really nice dip for kettle crisps or nachos

[–]amylmcd 755 points756 points  (28 children)

That is a legitimate product in Australia - sweet chilli philli

[–]RandomCashier75 1281 points1282 points  (81 children)

Make a Smore with Oreos instead of Graham Crackers.

Three times the chocolate and way more deliciousness.

[–]Boydle 1014 points1015 points  (15 children)

Only 900 calories a smore

[–]Portashotty 1227 points1228 points  (5 children)

We're talking about s'mores here, not s'less.

[–]ColdIceZero 36 points37 points  (0 children)

I feel your comment is so good that a sitcom writer is going to see it and put it in a script

[–]helenabjornsson 247 points248 points  (13 children)

Also use peanut butter cups instead of Hershey's chocolate!

[–]iwilljustforget 699 points700 points  (78 children)

Neti Pot. If you have a cold or get frequent sinus infections this will change your life. It does feel weird to pour water into your nostril and even weirder w/ it draining out the other nostril, but it provides amazing relief. I think it helps cut down on the duration of my symptoms but that may not actually be the case.

[–]bakemeaway 220 points221 points  (6 children)

If you don't like using a Neti Pot, the sinus rinse bottles are easier to use (at least for me)! Same concept, different vessel. I could never get the head-tilt right with Neti Pots and it'd end up running down my throat or whatever. But the sinus rinse ones? It's basically a bottle with a hole in the cap, so you squeeze it to shoot the water up your nose and it drains out the other side. Just as effective, but even easier for those of us that aren't coordinated.

[–]Snflrr 48 points49 points  (2 children)

My sinus issues are so bad that both Neti Pots and sinus rinses take ages to break through into the other nostril, but the water has to go somewhere, so it and the mucous come out of my mouth while I cough and sputter like a shitty engine

[–]KeeperofAmmut7 290 points291 points  (17 children)

I've wanted to try it, but it seems a lot like localized waterboarding to me.

[–]iwilljustforget 92 points93 points  (2 children)

It took me a couple of uses before I didn't feel lightly self waterboarded afterwards.

[–]bacteriophile 900 points901 points  (45 children)

Squatty Potty.

[–]chuck202 283 points284 points  (9 children)

I love the idea and definitely use it, but instead of the 20+ dollar product I use an upside down plastic bin.

[–]Haaave_you_met_Meg 41 points42 points  (1 child)

I was interested by the concept but not the price so I just bought a foldable step stool that I keep tucked away between the toilet and the wall until I need it. Total game changer. I’ve been without it due to travel reasons lately and I don’t know how I ever survived without it, “normal” modern pooping sucks.

[–]echanna91011 1417 points1418 points  (112 children)

Cheap tequila and A&W root beer. It's the only way I'll drink tequila.

[–]Metal_LinksV2 111 points112 points  (7 children)

I like hot chocolate and tequila, heat milk and mix a couple table spoons of semi sweet chocolate into it then add tequila.

[–]IlIIllIIIllIllIllIll 756 points757 points  (48 children)

A hard tangy cheese (e.g. Cheddar or perhaps Emmental) with a dark chocolate. Cheese and nutella sandwiches was a favourite snack of mine when I was a kid. To people I who think this weird, I say "Have you never heard of a chocolate cheesecake? It's like that, but less rich". Plus, it's easier to sort when you've got the munchies.

[–]MandingoAteMyBaby 162 points163 points  (7 children)

Also, listen to Ween's "chocolate and cheese" while you do it.

[–]1898smo 472 points473 points  (29 children)

It doesn't sound so weird as much as it looks gross when you make it. but Graham crackers crushed up with a little extra sugar and milk to make some mush is amazing.

[–]YouTubeIsAJoke 1295 points1296 points  (99 children)

Tea with maple syrup. So good.

[–]SonOfTheShire 1335 points1336 points  (11 children)

I do this too, but with pancakes instead of tea.

[–]Trill_McNeal 533 points534 points  (30 children)

Replacing sugar with maple syrup in just about anything is awesome.

[–]SlightlyDampSocks 232 points233 points  (14 children)

There's a local donut shop chain who uses maple sugar instead of normal sugar. I haven't had a donut for a while but oh man they're good.

[–]camchapel 64 points65 points  (6 children)

Also coffee. Pretty common in areas with lots of maple trees, like Vermont.

[–]Rounder057 3110 points3111 points  (56 children)

Listening to other people’s opinions and not needing to respond negatively.

[–]IlIIllIIIllIllIllIll 1159 points1160 points  (24 children)

But what about when they're WRONG?

[–]dodobirdmen 834 points835 points  (21 children)

I’m never wrong. NEXT!!!

[–]pragmatics_only 174 points175 points  (17 children)

I have an opinion that partially accommodates your views. I can give it to your Tuesday.

[–]dodobirdmen 266 points267 points  (4 children)

It’s for a church honey NEXT!

[–]RandomName01 53 points54 points  (3 children)

I have some cherrypicked statistics that could confirm your worldview to inattentive listeners.

[–]ceedubs2 559 points560 points  (32 children)

Cheese with ginger snaps. Weird combo, but very tasty!

[–]DrSeuzz 5219 points5220 points  (158 children)

Aural Sex

It’s sort of 50/50 on if people will like it but when you’re making out, lick their ear hole. An ex did this to me once and it was incredibly erotic and she loved it too. But I’ve also noticed others (like my grandpa or aunts) don’t like it snd slap me away. So try it and see, but note their reaction.

Edit: no I did not get Hearing AIDS

[–]CeeCeeBABCOCK 1799 points1800 points  (8 children)

I'm having lunch with my grandparents tomorrow. I'll give it a go.

[–]breathedarnyou 211 points212 points  (26 children)


This made me laugh but my first boyfriend did this to me and it was a serious turn-on. I generally have a thing for ear stuff (is that a thing? LOL).

[–]paigenotcasey 182 points183 points  (10 children)

I don't want a tongue in my ear but just the hot air when someone whispers something sexy in my ear....oh man. That's the shit

[–]MrAkinari 667 points668 points  (23 children)

Not sure if I want to know how you found out that your family members didnt like it.

[–]Number127 211 points212 points  (6 children)

It's wet and loud. It's like somebody's giving you a wet willy except cutting out the middleman of using a finger.

[–]Incubus910 251 points252 points  (5 children)

nope nope nope. Literally had a girl do this to me once - you know when you get a bad kiss? Like someone shoving their tongue down your throat like they're trying to get to your stomach? Yeah, she did that, but to my ear. It was legitimately the biggest turn off I've ever encountered.

[–]Boxwizard 57 points58 points  (1 child)

I'm your opposite. Having someone stick their tongue down my throat gets me throbbing, and had an ex that used to "make out" with my ear which was also insanely hot.

[–]Goyims 48 points49 points  (2 children)

I feel like a lot of people don't know about fried pickles.

[–]BluMonday 767 points768 points  (38 children)

Make ramen noodles, drain most of the broth add seasoning packet and soy sauce to taste. Then a scoop of peanut butter with some Sriracha and you've got budget Thai peanut noodles. Top with a fried egg for a bachelor feast.

[–]JeanLucDiscord 1258 points1259 points  (67 children)

Does butt stuff count?

[–]KennedySic 3818 points3819 points  (53 children)

In a sensory deprivation tank with maple syrup instead of water while wearing ping pong balls over your eyes and eating apple sauce dipped taquitos

[–]kitkat72 747 points748 points  (25 children)

Chocolate chip zucchini bread. So good

[–]POSSITIVE_COMMENTS 1111 points1112 points  (104 children)

Pickle backs. When you take a shot of whiskey or rum quickly take a shot of pickle juice as chaser and the burn instantly goes away.

[–]marslarp 329 points330 points  (23 children)

Yes!!! Tastes like an alcoholic cheeseburger!

[–]DecentChanceOfLousy 662 points663 points  (13 children)

That's easily the least appetizing thing that's been described as actual food/drink to me.

[–]CUNextThurs 1838 points1839 points  (24 children)

Use your turn signal when changing lanes or tuning.

[–]M3rcyM4in 337 points338 points  (52 children)

Peanut butter and honey sandwich. Idk if this actually is weird but everyone in my family think so and refuses to try it.

[–]wackawacka2 31 points32 points  (7 children)

It's delicious! I haven't had it since l was a kid, at my friend's house. Her family was LDS, and they stocked up on nonperishable food. Anyway, peanut butter and honey were mixed together in jars, and they said it would never go stale.

Edit, grammar.

[–]StraightWhiteMail 639 points640 points  (54 children)

Putting butter on toasted poptarts

[–]CorranSOC 179 points180 points  (4 children)

My family did this all the time and when I tried it at a friends house I received very dirty looks.

[–]Lazylioness17 154 points155 points  (3 children)

So at first I thought I was still on the licking ear answer and I was like, no wonder your friends gave you dirty looks!

[–]DrDextrous 308 points309 points  (10 children)

Have you ever put butter on a pop tart, it’s so fricken good! Have you ever put butter on a pop tart, if you haven’t than I think you should!

[–]zensexybeast 1611 points1612 points  (108 children)

ice cream with french fires. just dip the fry in icecream like ketchup. and yum!! perfect combo of sweet & salty, & hot & cold.

[–]mistrowl 1385 points1386 points  (55 children)

Corollary: Wendy's french fries + chocolate frosty. Doubly delicious if you get a fresh batch that is actually crispy and can hold their shape.

[–]Moobs_like_Jagger 332 points333 points  (23 children)

I love dipping chicken nuggets in my chocolate frosty. My wife thinks it’s gross.

But I loved dipping the spicy chicken nuggets in my frosty even more.

[–]EmotionalRangeOfTsp 218 points219 points  (13 children)

RIP Wendy’s spicy nuggets

[–]blackcherry333 84 points85 points  (3 children)

One of the guys at Wendy's told me to try a spicy sauce they had with the plain nuggets and it was "just like the spicy nuggets". He.... Was a goddamn liar. I WANT MY SPICY NUGGETS BACK.

[–]DoubleSurreal 151 points152 points  (15 children)

Sweet and sour smokies using mustard and grape jelly. Sounds weird, but tastes delicious! http://www.geniuskitchen.com/recipe/zingy-little-smokies-273166

[–]La_Vikinga 95 points96 points  (8 children)

It's a variation on 70's cocktail party foods. Grape jelly mixed with barbeque sauce, or grape jelly mixed with Heinz bottled Cocktail Sauce or Chili Sauce, poured over mini meatballs or Oscar Mayer Little Smokies cocktail sausages, and tossed into a chafing dish or crock pot. My parents served this stuff a LOT.

[–]spamelove 32 points33 points  (1 child)

I cook meatballs in the crock pot with this exact recipe. So good. (Can’t do it too often because I eat too many and get a stomach ache.)

[–]Kermitdude 213 points214 points  (7 children)

Peanut butter & Maple syrup on your waffles. They'll taste delicious and stick to your ribs for the next 3 days.

[–]DarthOtter 66 points67 points  (11 children)

A bidet.

The ones that are a separate fixture are weird, but ones directly attached to the toilet are just fantastic. Cheap and easy to install too.

[–]PuffinCurrie 325 points326 points  (69 children)

For parents: Coconut oil as baby bum cream. I've used it from day 1 and my toddler has never had a nappy (diaper) rash. Not one.

[–]drivealone 133 points134 points  (33 children)

I have another weird use for coconut oil.. it changed my world..

[–]ManIsBornFree 494 points495 points  (48 children)

Going into the wilderness alone,

1) with plenty of supplies

2) people who know where you are and informed of your goal

3) understanding of where to go otherwise, if an emergency occurs

4) Bear-spray. This will actually keep almost any north American carnivore at distance.

Then, stay there for a week.

Just you and nature, and all the continual tasks of being alive in such.

After six hours you'll start to notice the woods for the trees,

after night falls, the lack of sounds that comfort you.

After a week, you'll recognize what's valued most, as materiel things go.

After a month, You'll recognize what's valued most, as emotional things go.

If you do this for a year, you are conceptually uncovering what all your ideas mean, apart from the society that created them, from actual ground up.

Always stay safe.

[–]SpottedPaws 237 points238 points  (6 children)

Wait how did a week become a month and then a year and how did I get a year off work?

[–]ilikesimpsonstoo 79 points80 points  (1 child)

Yea but you still end up back on reddit.

[–]wehrwolf512 517 points518 points  (72 children)

Use mayo on the outside of your grilled cheese instead of butter. Comes out crispier with no difference in taste.

[–]haleysname 207 points208 points  (18 children)

Hold up a second! Put some grated cheese on the outside of your sandwiches before grilling.

My husband does this, maybe he sprinkles the cheese on the pan? I dunno, dude kills it.

[–]MrBootylove 26 points27 points  (5 children)

I like to put cheese on the outside of the bread on my grilled cheese sandwiches and the way I do it is I'll flip the sandwich a bit early so the bread is warm and somewhat toasted. I'll then sprinkle the cheese on it while the other side cooks. This allows the cheese to melt to the warm bread a bit so it doesn't go everywhere when I flip it back over.

[–]SleepDreamer16 189 points190 points  (12 children)

Jalapeño flavored kettle chips and Greek yogurt. Delish!

[–]MEnglish-is-so-suck 2676 points2677 points  (95 children)

Sorry my English is so suck.

I sandwich grape and almond.

Put almond , up put grape, up it put almond too.

When I eat it's feel like pizza.

[–]TestaRossa95 854 points855 points  (26 children)

So the sandwich is like:




[–]RandomName01 1295 points1296 points  (16 children)

Broken English is a crucial ingredient as well.

[–]neenadollava 105 points106 points  (2 children)

Like almond butter and grape jelly sandwich?

[–]Pwnsick 745 points746 points  (6 children)

You're doin great sweetie! - Mom

[–]Kitten_Girl_Bonny 256 points257 points  (32 children)

Honey on a ham pizza. I saw a Japanese woman do it every time she ordered a pizza so I had to try it myself.

I think she's onto something, it's a great combo.

[–]b1gkat 213 points214 points  (17 children)

I grew up working a produce farm.... fresh corn on the cob. Just husk it and go to town. So much more juicy and taste like corn flakes to be honest. It was breakfast for a good amount of days.

[–]Weenerwon 27 points28 points  (7 children)

Peanut butter on burgers. So damn tasty

[–]KatsatheGraceling 23 points24 points  (4 children)

When you have the hiccups, drink a full glass of water with your ears plugged (either have a friend hold your ears or drink with a straw). I've never had it not get rid of my hiccups.

[–]ph30nix01 49 points50 points  (4 children)

Graham crackers and frosting. I take no credit for this as I over heard a guy and his GF arguing in a grocer isle because they couldn't find the crackers and he blurted out he needs the crackers to eat the frosting with.

All I could do was to say out loud from the next isle over "that's fucking brilliant."

His GF was not amused