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I learned that you can use a teaspoon to peel ginger and it’s way easier than using a peeler. Thanks Balonz (RIP). Thalonz.

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Storing tins upside down

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Stationery/stationary (e is for envelope).

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There is a arrow on the petrol gauge to show what side your filler is.

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The hidden arrow in the FedEx logo

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Easyjets policy on excess baggage re: headwear

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Aussies suffix their questions with the word ‘mate’ even when they are talking to a sexual partner

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There are people who dislike The Simpsons

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The early stuff is always better

So much about concrete

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Mattress advice. Always wary of springs over substance.

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Mattress technology.

a pony isn’t a baby horse

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Foals joke

What goes in fridges, and what doesn’t.

(Basically the opposite of whatever anyone suggests)

The Beatles never existed.

Woah. I did not know this!

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Scrambled eggs continue to cook on the plate

This is why you immediately dip them in ice water when they’re done cooking, obviously.

Can’t think of anything, no.