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17 Yummy Ice Cream Hacks You Must Try!

Ice Cream-Frosted Cupcakes

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Pre-Scoop ice cream for a party and keep in the freezer

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Cut ice cream with a knife

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Create an Oreo topping

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Cinnamon Roll Ice Cream Sandwich

Cut a cinnamon roll in half before baking!

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Oreo Ice Cream Combo

Add one scoop of ice cream to the middle of an oreo then roll in sprinkles.

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Make ice cream into bread

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Finish an almost-gone jar of Nutella with ice cream

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Keep ice cream drips off of your hand

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Recycle

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Run a sharp knife under hot water and cut a checkerboard one inch deep in the ice cream

You will be able to scoop out the ice cream much easier with a scooper!

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Make an Ice Cream Sandwich

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Keep Ice Cream soft in a bag

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No-Bake ice cream cake

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Chocolate bowls

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Guilt free ice cream from bananas

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12 Facts You Might Not Know About Titanic

An emergency life boat drill was supposed to take place so that the passengers could know what to do in case of a disaster, but it was canceled. It was scheduled for the day before the ship sank.

Remember that scene in the movie where the musicians continued to play as the ship was sinking? That actually happened. They continued to play for hours as the ship was going down.

Milton Hershey, of Hershey chocolate fame, had tickets to be on the Titanic but canceled his reservation due to a business meeting.

A Japanese survivor was deemed a coward when he returned to Japan for not dying with the rest of the passengers.

The iconic 4 smokestacks on the Titanic was a ruse. Only 3 of them worked, the 4th one was just for show to make the ship look more impressive.

The budget for the movie “Titanic” was actually higher than that of the actual Titanic.

The iceberg that sank the Titanic began its journey somewhere around 1000 BCE.

A ship, The Californian, was close to the Titanic and could have helped aid the rescue of passengers but due to a delay in communication, it was unable to aid the rescue effort.

The Chief Baker on board the Titanic survived the crash and freezing cold water because he drank so much alcohol that it kept his organs fortified for 2 hours until he was rescued.

The Titanic is the only ocean liner to ever be sunk by an iceberg.

Most life boats on the ship that had been used weren’t filled to capacity. There were enough life boats for everyone to survive if they had been filled to capacity.

The Titanic crash could have been avoided if they had gotten word about the iceberg 30 seconds before the captain did.

 30 seconds. 30 seconds made the difference between a near-miss and absolute tragedy. Unbelievable.

An Awesome Collection Of Fascinating Photos…(21 Pics)

Cancer cells under an electron microscope

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What pugs looked like before selective breeding

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George Washington’s Teeth

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The inside of a burning log

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The Northern Lights from space

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Mars in true color from the Curiosity Rover

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Five pounds of fat compared to five pounds of muscle

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A look inside one of Google’s data centers

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The clearest photo of Mercury ever taken

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A 3D-printed face

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A rare 360 degree rainbow captured from an airplane

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Octopus eggs

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Einstein’s desk hours after his death

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Where the Great Wall of China ends

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A tree frog wearing a lizard as a hat

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An aerial view of a scrap tire dump

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A cross-section of an undersea cable

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X-rays before and after treatment for scoliosis

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A geyser just before eruption

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The inside of a FedEx Boeing 757 without any cargo inside

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A microscopic image of a human tongue

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15 Brilliant Housekeeping Tips…

Use bread to pick up broken glass

It’s easier than using a rag because you can simply throw the whole thing out. The glass sticks easily to the bread, allowing you to pick it up and gather the small bits a brush might miss.

DIY vacuum nozzle

A squirt nozzle like this affixed to a vacuum can help get into small, hard-to-reach places like keyboards and small plugs that get linty.

Chalk for grease stain removal

Before throwing the clothes in the wash, rub grease stains with chalk. The chalk dust will absorb the grease, and then it will all be rinsed away in the wash.

Use Play-Doh to clean up glitter

Simply press onto loose glitter to pick it up. As a bonus, you now have glittery Play-Doh.

Use a squeegee to de-fuzz a carpet

It yanks the hair right out and collects it into easy-to-collect (if kinda gross) clumps.

Clean makeup brushes with baby shampoo

Simply wash, rinse, and blot to see if there’s any makeup remaining. When they’re clean, hang them upside down to dry so water doesn’t collect in the handle.

Vinegar + baking soda = super clean diswasher

When you run your next load of dishes, place a (dishwasher safe!) cup of white vinegar on the top rack and add baking soda to the bottom rack and door. Run the dishwasher (use detergent like normal), and the combination will not only help the dishes get clean, but the dishwasher itself will be clean as well!

Vinegar + baking soda = awesome

It was awesome when you made volcanoes with it as a kid, and it’s also awesome for more practical purposes. The classic acid/base reaction can be used to clean tons of things around your house, plus it’s safe and cheap.

Clean Wooden or Bamboo cutting boards with lemon and salt

Lemons are your friend, too! Sprinkle wooden boards down coarse salt and run with a cut lemon. Rinse without soap and dry.

Clean out a garbage disposal with vinegar ice and lemon

Mix 8 parts water and 1 part white vinegar and chopped lemon peel and freeze in an ice cube tray. When it’s frozen, drop it into the garbage disposal to clear out bits of food. The ice will sharpen the blades, the vinegar will sanitize them, and the lemons will help it smell better.

Lemons for hard water stains

The acid in lemon juice dissolves the calcium that leaves the spotty hard water stains. If it’s a really tough one, you can add salt to the lemon and rub with that.

Ammonia cleans an oven just by being ammonia

Make sure your oven is completely cold before trying this one, okay? Close half a cup of ammonia in a bowl in your oven overnight and the fumes will loosen the gunk so that you can simply wipe it down the next day.

Ammonia for cleaning burners

Put a little ammonia and one of the removable burners in a ziplock bag and leave them overnight. The fumes from the ammonia will loosen the gunk, and you can wipe them down in the morning.

Use foil to clean glass cookware

Just crumple up a piece of foil to remove baked-on crud from glass cookware. The foil will have a surface similar to steel wool, but will be easier on your hands. It’s also a good way to get some use out of foil scraps you can’t reuse.

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4Chan Prank Gets Apple Users To Microwave Their iPhones

An internet hoax is going around claiming you can charge the battery on the new iPhone 6 by putting it in the microwave, and incredibly some people are actually believing it.

Users on the message board 4chan created a fake product description of the phone, which included a claim that it could be charged up by putting it in the microwave.

It looks like more than a few people were playing along with it…

This is what actually happens when you do it…

Do NOT microwave your iphone!!!

Sources: BuzzfeedMetro.co.ukCBC