<i>Psst</i>! You can view naughty, yet tasteful and artsy, pictures on Wikipedia.<br><br><span style="text-decoration:underline;">What other helpful hints can you folks share, from the silly to the useful?</span>
And you can freeze the yolks for later use if you happen to have a recipe emergency or give them to your dog.<br><br>
Here's my helpful hint:<br><br>
Pick up the legos before you turn out the lights.
You can use Pam Cooking Spray in lieu of WD-40 to stop a squeak.<br><br>
Our medicine cabinet was squeaking loudly every time we opened it. I only thought about buying WD-40 to cure the squeak early in the morning or late at night when I was opening the cabinet. Finally it occured to me that any oil/grease should do the trick & there was no need to waste the money on a full can of WD-40 when I only really needed a few squirts.
Ahhh! I do have a helpful hint in that regard! Don't iron clothes while you're wearing them. Even if it's just one teeny spot on an already ironed shirt that needs touching up. I had an iron-shaped burn on my belly to remind me of my bad decision; fortunately not it's mostly faded.
Iheard if you spill red wine on a table cloth use white wine to get the stain out. But I have not tried it... seems like a waste. I'll buy a new table cloth. <img alt="wink.gif" src="http://files.kickrunners.com/smilies/wink.gif">
Ohhh! I read someplace that if you get blood on your clothing, you should spit on it. Something about your own saliva enzymes will break down the blood. . .but only if it's your blood. If you get someone else's blood on your clothing, have the other person spit on you. <img alt="biggrin.gif" src="http://files.kickrunners.com/smilies/biggrin.gif">