Some of these seem pretty cleaver. On the other hand, some seem questionable: **4. If you and another person want to tackle a pint of ice cream, split it the right way** And what exactly do I use that can cut through a frozen block of ice cream. I guess I could let it sit a few minutes to let it soften a bit, but even then, I’d have appreciated a mention in the text of what implement was used to cut it. Will a conventional knife do it without breaking, or do I need a table saw, or something? :-) **6. The right way to open a kiss** The right way requires three hands? Where do I get the third hand if I’m alone? :-) Hell, if I had a third hand, I wouldn’t NEED a kiss, I’d just give myself a handjob! :) **16. Wrap a wet paper towel around a drink and throw it in the freezer to cool it off quickly:** But long do you keep it in there? Another “hack” page said two minutes, but I tried it for way more than two minutes, and it had only a minimal effect. **19. How to cut bread the right way** Since when is the underside of break the soft part? If squishing is an issue, just cut it on its side, like I do. **20. No bowl? No problem** Gross. And stupid. That’s not a clever food hack, that’s a white trash food hack. **27. And, most importantly, how to make sure you always have a taco on the go** In other words, “Just put it in a bag”. How is this an idea? People already do this with tupperware, which makes more sense? What advantage does a bag hold? Is this for someone who just HAS to have tacos WHILE THEY’RE OUT WALKING? If that’s the case, your problem isn’t how to eat tacos, it’s that you’re a gluttonous freak who’s too impatient to get home to eat or stop at a fucking Taco Bell. And if you’re going to put it in a bag instead of Tupperware, doesn’t it make more sense to put in a Ziplock bag that can be closed and opened? Putting in an unclosable Doritos bag (which is also thin and easily ripped) is idiotic.