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May 19, 2020 in Humour
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17 hours ago, Velma said:
They say that sarcasm is the lowest form of whit,maybe so but certainly direct and to the point
Watch these big tough guys tackle a taste
11 minutes ago, wingwang said:
Or maybe they did ?
4 hours ago, Moonlight said:
Thats only what it says on the label
6in1 is only the tip of the iceberg
Hes got other ideas
Cleaner of makeup brushes
It’s important to keep makeup brushes nice and clean to fend off any festering bacteria. Clean them easily by adding shampoo to warm water and giving them a good wash.
3. Cleaner of hairbrushes
Hairbrushes can get clogged up with all sorts; hair follicles, hair product, dead skin cells, need I say more? Give your brush the blast of freshness it deserves by getting rid of any hair clumps and then soaking the brush in a bowl with shampoo and warm water.
4. Defogger of mirrors
Does your mirror become a steamy nightmare after the shower’s been used? Are you unable to see your lovely reflection? We can’t have that. Try rubbing a bit of shampoo over the mirror with a paper towel, and then buff it off with a sponge or cloth. Magic!
5. Substitute of shaving cream
Many people already use conditioner as a substitute for shaving cream, but shampoo can be a good back up too. This is a handy tip if you’re heading off on a short trip and need to pack light.
6. Provider of manicures
Fancy a manicure without the price tag? Simply fill a bowl with warm water and add some shampoo. Soak your hands for a bit and they’ll be soft as ever. I’m guessing this works for your feet too. Mani-pedis all round, eh?
7. Cleaner of nails
While we’re on the subject of cleaning hands, you can clean your nails with the help of some trusty shampoo too. And your cuticles. It’s the gift that keeps on giving.
8. Fixer of zips
Zip feeling stiff? Is it a burden to fasten? Do you not bother? Are you cold as a result? Change your life by rubbing a bit of shampoo onto the zip to loosen it up again. Hooray, no more inconvenient draught!
9. Remover of plasters
Removing a stubborn plaster is never a good experience. Make it easier by putting shampoo over the adhesive parts to loosen it up. Hopefully it’ll glide off (as much as a plaster can glide…)
10. Bubble-r of baths
Fancy a bubble bath but is a lack of bubbles getting in your way? Use shampoo instead and enjoy a good soak.
11. Remover of laundry stains
Got a stain you can’t shift? Dab shampoo onto the offending stain and then pop it in the wash. Apparently that should do the trick…
12. Cleaner of floors
Apparently you can use shampoo to clean wooden and tile floors. I imagine the results would be quite slippery… but then I’ve used washing up liquid to clean a floor before and all was fine. So maybe not?
13. Replacer of shower gel
Hopped into the shower and horrified to discover you’ve run out of shower gel? A true nightmare… or is it? Use shampoo as a substitute. Again, this proves particularly useful if you’re going away and don’t want to lug a load of toiletries with you. Also, doesn’t men’s shower gel often double up as a shampoo anyway? Hmm, interesting.
14. Washer of hands
Run out of your trusty hand wash but need to wash your hands? Try using shampoo as a substitute until you’ve got more in.
15. Washer of delicates
If you have something you need to wash by hand, you can use shampoo instead of buying specific hand washing detergent. Who knew? I wonder if this works with colourful shampoo and white clothes? Hmm.
16. Cleaner of paintbrushes
If you’ve have a bit of a painting session, you can make your brushes nice and clean again by washing them in a bit of shampoo. A clean paintbrush is a happy paintbrush.
17. Ridder of squeaks
Got a squeaky hinge that’s driving you up the wall? Put some shampoo on it to stop its whining.
18. Cleaner of house plants
Are dirty house plants a common problem for you? Me too (not really, but I get the feeling you needed to hear that). Solve that problem with ease by washing their leaves with a bit of shampoo and water… seems like a lot of effort to me. Am I just gripping at straws now?
19. Loosen-er of nuts and bolts
If you’ve got a bolt you need to loosen but it won’t budge, add a bit of shampoo to the base. Leave it for a while and it should (hopefully) loosen it up a bit for you. Anything for an easier life!
20. Resizer of shrunken jumpers
Ever suffered the cruel fate of a shrunken jumper? What a disaster. But wait! Apparently you can restore the sweater back to its normal size by using shampoo. Fill a tub with warm water and add some gentle shampoo. Leave the jumper to soak. After a bit, take the jumper out of the water and soak up any water using a towel. Then lay the jumper out and slowly pull it back to its original size.
21. Buffer of shoes
Nothing ruins a party quicker than some poor fool showing up in dirty shoes. NOTHING! Cleaning leather shoes with a dab of shampoo will help to spruce them up a bit.
22. Creator of bubbles
If, during the summer, you find yourself with a lack of bubbles simply mix some shampoo with water to create a bubble mix. Find a bubble wand and you’re set.
23. Preventer of snorkel mask fog
Ah yes. A very common problem indeed… Much like with the steamy bathroom mirror, your snorkelling mask can fall victim to becoming...
Unique style. Very spot on
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