In times of panic, often the obvious solution isn’t immediately clear. However, in this case, we’re pretty sure Maegan knew very well she needed to breathe, but given that she was choking, breathing wasn’t really an option for her.
This makes her friend’s advice rather redundant and unhelpful. Instead, Meagan would likely have preferred a good old Heimlich maneuver.
We can't help but admire Christopher's sister's business brain. From such a young age, she was already making money moves. We do wonder how long his sister was able to keep her scam going until Christopher realized what was happening.
If we were Christorpher, we would demand our allowance back, with an apology and interest!
Even for the stealthiest of runners, dodging raindrops in a downpour isn't possible. Instead of dishing out some factual tips, Alex's got a classic piece of 'dad advice'. It's always rooted in humor with no real-world application.
An umbrella or raincoat should do the trick to truly dodge pesky raindrops. However, a more enjoyable way to deal with drops is to embrace the phrase, "if you can't beat em, join em" and go dancing in the rain.
Stop Taking That Advice
No matter the frame, stop at a stop sign! They aren't there for decoration, they're there to keep you and other drivers safe. Ignore the color of the border and instead focus on the four big letters that spell out S-T-O-P.
Hopefully, Marci and her friends very quickly learned that they were mistaken and continued to follow the rules of the road, including stopping at every single stop sign.
We may be used to seeing salt on the dinner table, but during snowy seasons, you'll see salt sprinkled all over the road as well. It serves a very important function of preventing ice from forming.
Road salt doesn't go through the same purification process as the salt we use to season our food. This may be why eating it will induce nausea and why this advice should be taken with a pinch of salt at best.