The saying goes that “Mother knows best.” So we can’t really blame Jose for following his mother’s advice, even if it involved lighting a highly flammable substance right by his ear canal. We’re still trying to understand (to no avail) how this combination is supposed to cure earache.
We hope that Jose’s earache was somehow cured post-lighting on fire and that his mom has learned to double-check her advice before she shoves it down her children’s ears.
Don't get us wrong, asparagus is a healthy food choice. It's packed with nutrients, vitamins, and, fiber. However, to hail it as a complete cure for type 1 diabetes is an extreme form of false advertising. It's an unfair expectation being put on a single green stalk that's likely not going to be met.
This is yet another example of the importance of only seeking medical advice from medical professionals.
We don't think that there is ever a situation so dire that requires a person to shove the sandwich and plate into the toaster. That's what makes this piece of advice so strange. We're not even sure what problem it's supposed to solve.
Next time you may be stuck as to what should or shouldn't be placed inside a toaster, use the 'toast' part as a hint. Only bread belongs in a toaster, and please people, not paper plates!
We can all relate to being curious kids fascinated by the inner workings of even the simplest of household appliances. This includes the arctic icebox, or fridge, that kept our food cold. The light inside most fridges automatically switches off when you close the door. To a child, this may seem like a magic trick as opposed to an energy-conserving function.
So we can understand why this Twitter use may have wanted to believe his brother's advice enough, no matter how illogical and dangerous it sounded, in order to see the magic trick in action.
The Opposite of Right
Not only does it sound like Scott's dad is talking in circles, but the advice he gave his son would literally take him in circles. Unless Scott just wanted to ride around his block for eternity, this advice makes no sense.
What's even more bizarre is that there are simple alternatives to never turning left again. If a blinker stops working, you can use hand signals to indicate to cars where you're turning next. Alternatively, you can avoid all of this by just getting the blinker fixed. It's certainly quicker and easier than driving around in circles.