People Are Mind Blown By Woman's Everyday Bin Liner Hack For Emptying Rubbish
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A woman was left seriously impressed after spotting a cleaner changing a bin bag using a simple hack - you can check it out here:
Leah Itsines, who uses the name @leahitsines on TikTok, was at the hospital when the cleaner came in and set about changing out the bin bag.
She explains: “The cleaner came in and changed the bin and I went to go and put something in the bin after and I just realised they have the best hack I’ve ever seen.
“And I’m sitting here thinking, ‘did I know that before?’ Or am I just so mind-blown right now?”
She then explained that they simply drop the whole roll of bin bags into the bin, and then just open up the top bag. Once the bag is full, you simply take it out, tear off the bag and you’re good to go with the next bin bag ready and waiting beneath. Clever, eh?
Posting the clip, Leah wrote: “I can’t fkn believe it. Did I know this already? It seems like this is what you’d typically do instead of tearing each individual one and then never replacing.”
Other TikTok users were equally impressed, with one writing: “How am I 27 and still learning how to adult.”
Another said: “Omg! That’s now happening at my house.”
Someone else commented: “Genius.”
However, others foresaw problems, writing: “Yeah, nah! In theory is good but takes one leak and game over.”
And another said: “Until you grab the bin and walk off and take the whole roll with you.”
Earlier this month, a fellow TikTok user went viral with his ‘eight minute sleep’ hack.
Nick explains the nap is super useful if you're feeling tired, but only have eight minutes to get a bit of shut eye.
"Here's what you do when you're super tired but you only have eight minutes," he says, before getting down on the floor and placing his feet on top of the bed.
"Put your feet up on the bed, or on something high, a couch, anything," he explains.
"Set a timer for eight minutes and take the best nap of your life. It's a Navy SEAL trick and it works."
The nap hack in question was made popular by US Navy SEAL officer Jocko Willink. In his book, Discipline Equals Freedom Field Manual, Willink explains that when he felt tired but didn't have long to sleep, he would lie on his back with his feet raised above his heart.