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How To: Open A Can With A Spoon

How To: Open A Can With A Spoon

5 Years Ago By Diana Adams

We make a point to share life’s valuable information with you when we come across it. Sometimes it’s these little tidbits that end up making life the interesting experience that it is. Whether you’ve always wanted to know how to open your banana like a monkey, peel your orange all in one piece, remove your shirt instantly, or even fold that shirt in only two seconds, we’ve got the tutorials for you to do it. Here’s another one to add to our growing list.

Have you ever needed a can opener and couldn’t find one? I remember back in 1999, I had a friend who stockpiled about 500 cans of food in case the worst happened on Y2K. We laughed so hard on January 1, 2000 when she called to tell me she had forgotten to store a can opener with all that food, so she wouldn’t have been able to eat it anyway. I’ve been out camping and hiking before with the classic can of Beenee Weenies in my backpack without a can opener. In the past, that meant I couldn’t open the can. However, now that I’ve learned this technique today, I’ll never be in that situation again. I’m happy to say, neither will you.

Watch and learn as these can-opening masters do their thang! The first video is a very straightforward tutorial for all you serious people. For those who want to be entertained, the second video shows the same technique only it’s hilarious. You may not be able to understand what he’s saying, but something about that guy and his Utah t-shirt just make me want to reach out and give him a hug. Enjoy!

Open Can Without Can Opener

No Can Opener Needed

Via: [Unique Daily] Image Credit: [NinaMalyna / Shutterstock]

From Around The Web



January 21st, 2013

it is crap

Baldur Bear

September 17th, 2014

um, those are pears,
but a very informative video nonetheless
thank you for sharing

a kiwi

May 31st, 2015

okay so I had to try this to see if it was actually something that the average gal could do and it totally worked. defiantly not a pretty way to open the can and don’t go for right at the edge to try for a smoother cut about 1/2 to a centimetre in is where it worked for me

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