While this is really terrible advice, we can’t help by wonder why McKenna just didn’t eat some actual Sweet Tarts and hot tamales instead of ingesting fire ants. We can only hope that they didn’t taste as spicy as they sound.
McKenna ought to stick to the regular food aisle as opposed to finding her lunch crawling on her floor.
We wish that book-to-human osmosis was possible. It would be the study hack to end all study hacks. Unfortunately, if you don't study and just rely on sleeping on your books, it's highly unlikely that you'll ace your test.
The best fool-proof way to boost your grades is to move your books from your pillow to your desk, open up them up, and...well...study.
Let's just all agree to rule out using a pun to give advice. Putting a ruler under your bed will do nothing but make for a mediocre joke at best. It's certainly not a way to measure your sleep.
If Bryant is still interested in gauging his sleep, he could try using one of the many apps out there built for that very purpose. He could also do it the old-fashioned way and take note of when he goes to sleep and when he wakes up. Either way, a ruler won't be necessary.
Even with all of Maisy's grandmother's life experience this piece of advice is particularly unhelpful and incorrect. We have all these limbs for a reason. To use them. Arms aren't just there to hang awkwardly and to stuff in pockets.
Using your legs and your arms while you run will propel you forward much faster than keeping your arms at your sides. Not to mention, it will keep you from toppling over mid-run. Next time you're being chased, use your arms!
Advice That Stings
Whether or not eye color is a sign that a bumblebee will sting you, bumbling around trying to test that theory is never a risk that's worth taking. A bumblebee sting can pack a powerful and painful punch.
We're sure Matalyn found out the hard way that not all pieces of 'dad-advice' should be followed. Especially the ones that involve getting up close and personal with stinging creatures.