This Woman Boils Her Toilet Paper. But The End Result Left Me Speechless!

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Multiple Sclerosis, is a disease that is actually viral in origin, and often sits dormant until first symptoms get expressed in a person’s 20’s.  The degree of debilitation can vary greatly from individual to individual, and one’s attitude (as with all diseases) can make a huge difference.

In the video you are about to watch below,  Amber Mills, a former Marine who is now a full-time stay-at-home mom of three children, was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis.  She had been growing increasingly depressed over the decline in her health, when she read about an unusual contest online; make the winning wedding dress out of TOILET PAPER and win $10,000!

No longer wanting to dwell on her fear and disillusionment with her health challenges, she went to work with pink and white CHARMIN, tape, glue, needle and thread to create the most incredibly beautiful and detailed TOILET PAPER WEDDING GOWN!

With painstaking effort, you will see her craft toilet paper lace, by boiling the toilet paper with glue which she incredibly turns into a work of art.  Pain is not only the touchstone of change, but for Amber it opened the door to an artistic ability that was life-changing.

Have you ever seen anything like this? 🙂

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This Guy Mixes Butter and Toilet Paper. The Results Could Save You In An Emergency!

Grant Thompson AKA ‘The King Of Random’ is at it again with another MacGyver like Life Hack.  He came up with this original idea one day when he was making candles with vegetable oil.  Then an idea flashed in his head that maybe he could make a candle out of melted butter that would be a perfect light source for an emergency situation.  WARNING: before starting this project be aware that an open flame is a fire hazard, do not us near anything explosive or flammable.  Use this video tutorial at your own risk.

So to get started you will need some rolled up toilet paper which will be used as a wick.  You next take the toilet paper and push it down into the middle of a block of butter.  At this point you have just created the world’s most simple candle.

When you ignite the toilet paper, the butter under the wick will start to melt and soak up the toilet paper.  The liquid butter is then vaporized and it is the vapor butter that is the flammable part.  In this video Grant uses an 8 oz piece of butter and he cut it into two pieces.  Each half of the butter burned for almost 4 hours!

If you ever are in an emergency situation, with no light source or heat try out this awesome life hack. You never know when you might need to utilize this awesome technique!

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The Reason Why You Shouldn’t Cover The Toilet Seat With Toilet Paper In A Public Bathroom

Should I hover or cover? That’s the question that runs through most peoples minds when they enter a public restroom stall. After all, the thought of sitting on a public toilet is anything but pleasant and the entire room is crawling with a bunch of complete strangers bacteria and germs. While no one ever really wants to use a public bathroom, sometimes it’s inevitable. When you gotta go, you gotta go!

If you’re among the millions of people who tear off a bunch of toilet paper and lays the sheets down on the seat to form a protective layer, you’re doing it wrong! In fact, you’re better off not putting anything down on the seat at all, whether it be toilet paper or one of those handy paper seat covers found in many bathroom stalls. It may sound contrary to popular belief, but you’re actually exposing your body to even more germs and bacteria when you line the seat with paper.

As humble as they appear to be, toilet seats have been specially designed to repel against bacteria. The way they are shaped and the overall smoothness of the seats make it difficult for germs to latch onto them. In comparison, toilet paper has a rougher texture and is designed to absorb stuff, making it the perfect place for bacteria to stick to. Plus, every time the toilet gets flushed a ton of nasty germs get spread around and fly through the air. Lots of those end up on the toilet paper roll, so when you place it on the seat you’re sitting down right on top of them!

In addition, our skin provides enough protection to keep our bodies safe from whatever is lurking in and around the toilet. It’s our own natural barrier that protects us from micro-organisms and besides that, much of the bacteria found on seats is already present on our bodies. Furthermore, studies have found that the average public toilet seat is cleaner than most people’s kitchen sinks, cutting boards, and dish sponges! If that doesn’t put it all into perspective, nothing else will.

Finally, the number one best thing you can do to avoid germs and bacteria is to wash your hands thoroughly after using the loo. That means running them under hot or warm water, lathering up with soap, and rubbing them together for at least 20 seconds. Focus on the areas in-between fingers and under nails, then rinse off the soap and dry them off. Avoid electric hand dryers if it’s possible, all they do is blow germs on your freshly cleaned hands, and opt for paper towels instead if they’re available. Also, try not to touch the door or handle when exiting. If it’s a push door use your hip, foot, or some other covered body part to open it.

In the end, hovering is the best way to go about using a public toilet. It’s much cleaner and more effective than using a toilet paper barrier and you get a mini-workout in the process. You also get to keep your peace of mind, so squatting is the way to go!

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