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TikTok User Shows How To Seal Bag Of Crisps Just By Folding

TikTok User Shows How To Seal Bag Of Crisps Just By Folding

A TikTok user has posted an ingenious way to close a packet of crisps so the rest don't go stale. Have a look:

It goes without saying that nobody wants to eat stale crisps, but if you're the kind of person who has the self control to only eat part of a bag, then this trick might come in handy for you.

Paulio from Melbourne, Australia posted the video, writing: "Seal your chips [how Australians refer to crisps] in 3 easy steps."

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He says: "Here's how to fold your chips so they never go stale.

"Fold the corners down, roll it towards you, tuck those little flaps over that you've made, give it a little squeeze and your chips don't come undone."

The video must have struck a chord with some people, because at the moment it's got more than 19,000 views.

You might have seen this before, but many people haven't.

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Replying to the video, one person wrote: "Mate you're living in 2040."

Another said: "I bought all this Tupperware for nothing!"

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A third, who is more on my level, said: "Nah... I just eat them all."

Another who clearly wished they'd learned of the hack sooner wrote: "Ohhh so that's how my housemate used to fold them. Wish I knew this so I could pinch some and roll it back up so he didn't know."

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If you're looking for similar tricks to make your life that bit better, one guy recently came up with a clever cooking hack to make garlic bread.

Twitter user @nefyn92 shared a photo of a couple of chicken kievs sat atop two slices of bread, with the caption: "Life hack - put bread under kievs to capture garlic butter leakage and make garlic bread."

Credit: Twitter
Credit: Twitter

Oh and in case you're wondering if all that time in the oven will completely cremate your bread, our man here says it does not, explaining: "This was after 20 minutes. I guess because it's in an oven and not a grill it doesn't burn."

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The hack racked up more than 5,000 likes and was flooded with comments from people praising him for introducing them to the tip - someone has even called for a knighthood for the fella.

One person replied: "This is genius; garlic butter leakage is a travesty of our time."

Another asked: "I'm 45 years old. Why have you waited until now to deliver this life changer? Where have you been?"

Featured Image Credit: TikTok

Topics: Viral, Food, tiktok

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