Post # 62
@ShiftedLobster: If the bobby pin is placed so that the crinkle is outwards then it can’t grab the hair because there is less hair to grab/it’s facing the outside world. You end up having a flat side against shiny hair and the bobby pin is more likely to move/fall out. If the crinkle side is inwards towards your head and your hair then it can grab and stay put better.
Post # 63
I am pulling out my tic tacs right now. LMAO
Post # 64
I have always used bobby pins the right way I never even though to use them with the flat part against your scalp but the whole tic tac thing is pretty nifty, I all of a sudden have an urge to go buy a pack of tic tacs lol
Post # 65
haha…this is great. but who eats tic tacs one at a time??
Post # 66
I just found an Australian ad on youtube, and it was pronounced “nuh-tella”. That’s good enough for me. So at least Down Under, “nuh-tella” is correct.
Post # 67
@futuremrsk18: OMG OMG OMG! Srsly?!
After I saw the bobby pins being worn like on the pic in this thread I’ve kept wearing them that way. LOL.
Post # 68
I’ve done bobby pins and nutella correctly, but the Tic Tac thing blew my mind.
Post # 69
@paula1248: In Ireland as well! The commercial on the TV says Nuhtellah if my hearing is not impaired (Which it is not).
Post # 70
The tic tac thing does not interest me since I eat about 10 at a time but still MIND BLOWING!
I have always pronounced it New-tella.
& I will continue to wear bobby pins wrong. haha
THE KETCHUP CUP IS AMAZING! lol
Post # 71
@Mrs.babycat: lol I have never heard it called nuh-tell-a ever either! I’ve always heard it called new-tell-a, and I’d probably give you funny looks if I heard you say otherwise!
Post # 72
Sometimes peope use things in away that is easier (booby pins) they seem to slide better the way we all do it. As for Tic Tacs woah… but I never eat just 1 so I guess it doesnt matter
Post # 73
am i the only one who doesn’t care which side of a bobby pin has to be up? lol.
Post # 74
The ketchup thing has blown my mind. Anyone have more of these?!
Post # 75
The US nutella commercial also pronounces it nuh-tella. I had to youtube it becuase it was bothering the crap out of me…I see this commercial all the time and I was pretty sure they didnt say new-tella. I guess the company accomodates for all accents lol.(commercia)l-> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zqA_ZUJcj_w
Post # 76
@Everdeen: Thanks for the explanation!
There have got to be more mind blowingly obvious food secrets out there, keep sharing ladies!