17 Resourceful Internet Users Share Their Smart Ideas with the Rest of the World

    17 Resourceful Internet Users Share Their Smart Ideas with the Rest of the World

    17 Resourceful Internet Users Share Their Smart Ideas with the Rest of the World
    Greg
    12:34 PM EST, December 6, 2020

    Our creativity by definition surprises us every now and then. Especially in the least expected moments. No matter what part of our lives we are talking about.

    Are the images below a symptom of intelligence or stupidity? Up to you to decide!

    #17 When you need AA batteries, but there are also the AAA ones at hand…

    Draxdemskalounst / reddit
    Draxdemskalounst / reddit

    #16 The money collected is visible cash of course

    Imgur
    Imgur

    #15 While frying, make sure you are safe from hot oil

    Reddit/hades0401
    Reddit/hades0401

    #14 To have your scrunchies always at hand, put them on the hairbrush!

    Reddit/Jellyfish_in_space_9
    Reddit/Jellyfish_in_space_9

    #13 No more looking for dice under the sofa!

    Reddit/bhudd10
    Reddit/bhudd10

    #12 A simple method to secure the olive oil bottle

    Reddit/heckingoodthyme
    Reddit/heckingoodthyme

    #11 While some will clean up at any price…

    Reddit
    Reddit

    #10 … others will use just one garbage can for all the junk

    Reddit
    Reddit

    #9 The fastest way to fix your rear-view mirror

    Reddit
    Reddit

    #8 With just a half of a car and a half of a motorbike, three wheels is all you can afford

    Reddit
    Reddit

    #7 A router and a smartphone always with you while lawn-mowing

    Reddit
    Reddit

    #6 An ingenious phone stand

    Reddit
    Reddit

    #5 Each of the drawers has got ingredients for a particular dish. So once you start cooking, you only take out one of them

    Reddit/sariejanemitt
    Reddit/sariejanemitt

    #4 Perhaps the most bizarre way of cooking pasta

    Reddit/will_evans10199
    Reddit/will_evans10199

    #3 When DIY becomes art

    Imgur
    Imgur

    #2 How to reduce the amount of time you spend cleaning the paint cuvette? Just cover it with foil!

    Reddit/maavoc
    Reddit/maavoc

    #1 If the electric current flows, then it works!

    Reddit/ketman92
    Reddit/ketman92

    Which solution did you find the most surprising?

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