22 Ordinary Things You’ve Been Doing Incorrectly All Your Life & How To Do Them Right







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12. The right way to chop mangoes is to cut into cubes before peeling them.

13. While doing pushups, the body should be kept straight and pressure should be exerted upon the ABS and arms.

14. While doing squats, you need to bend until your thighs are parallel to the ground.

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15. Moisturizer is not supposed to be rubbed into your skin, but just slightly tapped.

16. While tying your shoelaces, the bow must rest horizontally, else you risk them getting untied quickly.

17. Potatoes can be peeled without a peeler. Simply dunk them in boiling water until tender, then in ice cold water and pull the skin away.

18. Folding your trousers? Don’t spoil the crease by following these steps:



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19. The right way to make a BLT is to make a lattice with the bacon strips instead of just spreading them over the bed.

20. Random strokes of nail paint is not how you get perfectly groomed nails. You need to follow the following directions:

21. You should never try to clean a blender by scrubbing it. Instead, just add some dishwashing liquid and water, and blend it.

22. The best way to reseal a plastic bag (if you can’t master the origami fold) is to use a disposable bottle.

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