Like, mine would be:
Don't get a Windows phone.
Always half cook your ramen because it'll get soggier as you eat it.
Don't put salt in your eggs while they're cooking, it makes them watery - put it at the end.
Freeze leftover coffee in ice cube trays and then store them for iced coffee later.
Most Helpful Guy
1) Take it easy. Really. This sounds easy but it's an art in itself. I have known my best friend for 20 years now and I've only seen him angry 1 or 2 times in all these years. He's the master of taking things easy and not caring too much if people yell at him or something annoying happens.
2) Don't pour water over your spaghetti when they're done cooking. Any real Italian would get a heart attack seeing this (still, a lot of non-Italians do it). It ruins the taste and changes the way they feel in your mouth. If you're really bothered about them being too sticky and you don't have any sauce, just drizzle some extra virgin olive oil on them.
3) If you're a garlic lover like myself, you know the pains of peeling individual cloves of garlic. There's a very easy way around this! Take as many garlic cloves as you want and put them into a closed-up container with hard walls (metal, stone... something like that). I usually take a medium sized pot for cooking, put the garlic cloves inside and close the lid. Then, you hold the lid so it doesn't fall off and you shake the pot really hard for 30 seconds (it also works as a little workout ;-)). When you open the lid again, you will find all the garlic cloves cleanly peeled. This is especially practical if you want to peel a lot of them.
4) Don't drink coffee or energy drinks and don't eat sugar when you're tired and you need to concentrate (for example before an exam). It's one of the worst things you can do, in fact. All these things give you a boost of energy but the effect changes after half an hour or so and the curve goes down again. In the end, you will be even more sleepy than before you had your coffee, energy drink or sugar. If you want to be able to focus well, chew some gum. If you don't like gum, take a tictac or something like that (anything that makes you move your chaw and gives your tongue a constant influx of taste).
5) Don't eat within the 3-4 last hours of going to bed (so if you go to bed at midnight, don't eat after 8.30pm. This alone helps fighting overweight and it's also nicer because eating shortly before going to sleep can give you terrible nightmares.
6) Cuddle your boyfriend/girlfriend every single day and tell him/her that you love him/her. This is good for no less than three reasons. Number one: it could always be too late and you don't want that. Imagine something happens to your boyfriend/girlfriend and you never really told them that you love them. What a terrible thought. Number1
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Most Helpful Girl
Use a toothbrush on your lips to make them soft.
Pinch your cheeks a few times instead of putting on blush.
Spend time outside. It's good for the body and soul.
Girls, wear matching bras and panties, even if no one will see it. Makes you feel girly and gives you a tiny confidence boost. :)
Don't take a fever reducer like Tylenol or Advil if you're sick. Your body is trying to fry all the germs in your body by raising its temperature, so let it do its job! You'll get better faster if you leave it. Exceptions are if you have a high fever (like 103) or if your fever lasts more than a day. Then it's important to give your body a break.
Go to bed before midnight.
Don't have sex with someone without asking yourself if they'd make a good mother/father. (But that's just me)
Don't underestimate the importance of a good-smelling house or car.1