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Dubious Advice from Questionable Strangers

When reaching out for advice, it's good to take things with a grain of salt and understand that everyone might not have your best interest at heart. Some people just want to see the world burn, and that's what makes things interesting. For some even worse advice, here are some dumb and bad life pro tips to not do.

funny bad advice and stupid tips | Ygrene @Ygrene trick doing crimes is wait until after 5pm all police have gone home day
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Funny And Fake Life Hacks That We Found (14 Memes)

Pro tips (or life hacks, as they're also known) were probably useful when people started thinking of them, but it's gotten to the point now where the pro tips suggested will actually just complicate your life more (like, you really don't need to make something out of a broken coat hanger. Just throw it out). Some people took pro tips a step beyond and created a niche of truly sh*tty pro tips that are so terrible they're great. See our latest memes and get ready to absorb some useless advice.

funny life advice, life hacks, wtf memes | Clothing - wiki Learn why people trust wikiHow Calm an Angry Woman Çalm down! wiki Calm on Angry Person
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Twitter Thread: Mentally Dealing with 6 Months of Global Crisis

For a lot of people, daily life doesn't look like how it used to, and it won't go back to normal tomorrow or the next day. Aisha Ahmad explains that part of getting through it is having a strategy to deal with that 6 month wall and learning how to adapt to a somehow stagnating but also everchanging reality. If it's worth anything, here are some wholesome memes.

Twitter thread 6 month wall of pandemic | Dr Aisha Ahmad @ProfAishaAhmad 6 month mark any sustained crisis is always difficult have all adjusted this "new normal but might now feel like running out steam. Yet, at best are only 1/3 way through this marathon can keep going? THREAD /x
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Tumblr Thread: Batman Villains as Talk Radio Therapists

Leave it to Tumblr to take a quirky superhero idea and turn it up to eleven, like this thread where a mystified man is able to identify superheroes. It seems like every villain would be some kind of expert in whatever their field of villainy, so they wouldn't necessarily be bad at giving advice.

Tumblr thread on batman villains as talk radio personalities | nonasuch Follow batman s situation? commissioner gordon: Harley and Ivy have hijacked an AM radio station and taken employees hostage batman are their demands? commissioner gordon: they haven't issued any. they, uh. batman commisioner gordon turns on radio] harley gotta walk away, sweetie. His family sounds completely toxic, if not outright emotionally abusive, and he's too enmeshed see caller: no right right gotta do harley got this
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Quick Tumblr Post On Humans' Willful Ignorance

Many of us suffer from some kind of self encouraged amnesia, involving our well being and various medications/supplements/etc that we use to maintain that well being. For whatever reason, the process of time crawling along invites in us a terribly self-destructive forgetfulness. In this particular, quick Tumblr thread we see a couple solid points made about the importance of Head and Shoulders shampoo/conditioner for the dry and itchy scalp, as well as the life saving role played by medications for anyone who has had a liver transplant. 

A quick Tumblr post highlights how forgetful human beings can be | andhumanslovedstories started using Head and Shoulders ten years ago itchy scalp and dandruff, and then ten years have not had itchy scalp and dandruff, so thought "why do still buy shampoo combat itchy scalp and dandruff do not have itchy scalp and dandruff so stopped buying shampoo itchy scalp and dandruff and can guess have now? Can predict currently afflicts s alright if can't because apparently fuckin couldn't either
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Life Pro Tips That Could Come In Handy

It'd be nice if we were all given instruction manuals on how to life most efficiently, but we're not that lucky. Instead, we learn through experience and those good old fails. The following collection of life pro tips could help you avoid unwanted circumstances, without having to learn too late. If these life pro tips got you going, we might recommend checking out some intentionally bad life pro tips for the existential crisis that we don't advise actually trying.

A collection of life pro tips that could come in handy | r/LifeProTips Join u/FloridaMan32225 8h LPT sort out all automated emails by adding filter inbox using word "unsubscribe Have them sent folder choosing and watch inbox clear up quickly. Also try phrases like "opt out" or "donotreply continue eliminating volume. Productivity Not my idea but wow 's been helpful recommend putting them all marked as "read" and into single folder, which then still check periodically sure there are better ways
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Really Bad Life Pro Tips to Not Do

Sure, there's a lot of great advice out there in the form of life pro tips. But don't be fooled by all the comically bad life pro tips with zero shame.  We don't support the use of these tips, be they illegal, completely wrong or just ridiculously stupid. That said if you can't tell the difference between these and actual good advice, there may not be much hope for you.

Funny and stupid life pro tips | bad boy @badboychadhoy my credit score is low but 's because want protect myself identity theft. no one can take out mortgage my name if can't even take out mortgage my name.
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Twenty-Nine WikiHow Memes For People Who Want Really Bad Advice

WikiHow illustrations were already pretty great to begin with, but they're even better when you pair them with unsavory captions. Just scroll down to see what the heck we're talking about, and click here if you're in the mood for more!

Funny WikiHow memes | u/bidoof_m 212d give alarm taste its own medicine wiki shouting at an alarm clock | u/[removed 2y imgur explain pizza ordered is far too small 22.9k 156 1 Share
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Ultra Helpful Tips and Tricks From a Duck

Sometimes we won't listen to other people, but maybe we will listen to this duck! Here are some helpful tricks and tips for daily life that well... make life easier! 

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Chefs Share 20 Giant Red Flags You Should Look Out For While Eating Out

Reddit user u/pizzwhich29371 asked the chefs of Reddit what are some red flags people should look out for when eating out and was flooded with tons of advice. We've gathered 20 of the top responses but there are thousands more here if you're interested. 

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30 Life Hacks That Could Turn Your Day Around Instantly

You might need these pieces of advice more than you know if life's got you in a rut. These might seem like a whole bunch of useless, zen-chasing nonsense; but we recommend giving them a critical look, and a shot! A good day could be waiting for you at the end of this list. 

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17 Good Weaknesses To Actually Mention In Job Interviews

Okay, so we don't recommend you go trying ALL of these. Some of them are a bit questionable to say the least. But also, hey, you miss all the shots you don't take! Looking for more clutch interview knowledge to take with you on that wild job hunt? Check out these crucial red flags that you don't want to overlook at your next job interview!

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trending health news riding disney roller coaster kidney stone help weird tip
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Is your weird Uncle Herbert spending too much time at Disney recently?

It may be because a urologist at Michigan State University recently "discovered that riding a roller coaster helps patients pass kidney stones with nearly a 70 percent success rate."





As it turns out, not every roller coaster is equal for stone passage, "Big Thunder Mountain was the only one that worked. We tried Space Mountain and Aerosmith's Rock 'n' Roller Coaster and both failed."

Read more about the discovery of fun, cheaper healthcare here.


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Just in Time for Valentine's Day, Twitter Offers Dating Advice with #HowToKeepHer2016

It's almost February 14th so get ready for the flood of dating advice! Twitter user @YaBoiSelfie decided to kick things off with what turned out to be a controversial hashtag #HowToKeepHer2016. As with almost anything on the internet, the hashtag was met with jokes, sexism, outrage and a few really earnest people who were just trying to answer a question.

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sienfeld advice Trolled Advice Columnist Wraps Up an Episode of Seinfeld in One Paragraph
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An unknown prankster sent in the plot of a two-part Seinfeld episode to the advice columnist Amy Dickenson. The episode in question is called "The Boyfriend" and just as the prankster writes, it deals with Jerry meeting his sports idol who then goes on to date Elaine. 

Amy answered as if it was any other question with a short paragraph that offers solid advice and would have probably cut the end of the episode very short.

She admits on her own website that she missed the joke but she seems pretty good humored about it:

Every once in awhile, I get punked by a villainous, fun-loving reader. I have some affection for these episodes because I often think that if I didn’t actually have a job, punking advice columnists is exactly what I would do with my time. But alas I do have a job and so I am left with the task of sharing my humiliation, as well as trying to enjoy readers’ reactions.


Here's the beginning of the episode in question:

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Advice Columnist, Amy Dickinson, lays in to a half-assed, ignoramus of a parent in response to this person expressed that his or her son is only "being gay" in revenge for "forgetting his birthday for the past three years."