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More useful info : How to Teach Your Dog to Get a Beer

Posted by ILL Natured_gr on January 14, 2008

The ILL_Natured_gr team continues to provide you with the best available info and tips!

How to Teach Your Dog to Get a Beer

Ever been too lazy to get off the couch and get a beer? Teach your dog to do it and you’ll never have to change.

Steps

1.Tie a rope or a towel to the door of your fridge. If you have a tug toy that your dog likes, this would work as well.
2.With your dog next to you, open the fridge and say “Get me a Beer you Lazy Mutt” or whatever command you have chosen for this command (preferably something nicer). Encourage your dog to pull on this towel until the fridge opens. Repeat this command until they only repeat this action on your command. Don’t forget to give praise and a treat when they successfully open the fridge.
3.Have your beer on the lowest shelf of the fridge so that your dog can reach it. Point to the beer can and encourage her to get it. If they don’t understand then as you give the command pick up the beer and place it in mouth. Give your dog praise. Give the drop command so that she drops the can into your hand. Give praise and a treat. Repeat until your dog can pick up a beer can by only verbal commands.
4.Now try this command when you’re sitting on the couch, or in another room. Don’t forget to praise.
5.Enjoy your laziness.

Tips

-You can also teach your dog to close the fridge after bringing you a beer. Try the “Close” command at first, then work it into the entire command after a while.
-You can also use a similar technique to fetch a beer out of a cooler.

Warnings

-Don’t drink to much! This may result in injury or bad judgment!
-NEVER drink and drive. Not only could you get fined, it could be fatal.
-Don’t let your dog drink the beer.

Things You’ll Need

-Well Trained Dog
-Fridge
-Time
-Lazy Tendencies

Source : wikihow.com

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Tip of the day : How to open a beer with a chainsaw

Posted by ILL Natured_gr on January 13, 2008

Another really useful tip!

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Tip of the day : How to Start a Fire Using Carrots

Posted by ILL Natured_gr on October 8, 2007

How to Start a Fire Using Carrots
Learn how to start a fire with carrots, strawberries, and other combustible fruits.

Steps

1. Cut a 2 inch section from a carrot.

2. Slice the carrot into 4-6 lengths.

3. Form a tee-pee shape on a microwaveable dish.

4. Take a 1/8th of a cotton ball and and stretch it over the top of the tee-pee.

5. Put the plate in the microwave on high for 10-15 seconds.

6. The carrots will arc and cause the cotton to catch fire.

Tips

* If the after 15 seconds the carrots do not catch fire, stop and retry. Make sure the carrots are cold and fresh. If the initial arc (spark) does not ignite the cotton, retry with new carrots and cotton. More time in the microwave will not improve the result.

* If unable to form a tee-pee, chopping up the carrots into little pieces works a whole lot better.

Warnings

* You are playing with fire (albeit a small one). Make sure that you have some baking soda nearby to put the fire out, or even better, a fire extinguisher. Don’t burn up mom’s microwave. Start small and keep the flame small. Do this only with parental supervision.

Source : wikihow.com

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Tip of the day : How to Explode a Grape in the Microwave

Posted by ILL Natured_gr on October 3, 2007

How to Explode a Grape in the Microwave
This article explains how to make a cut grape explode in a microwave.

Steps

1. Take a green grape.

2. Place it on a plate.

3. Carefully cut the grape down the center.

4. Place the two grape halves side by side so they are barely touching.

5. Place the plate in a microwave (operating at 2.5GHz or more..which is the usual frequency).

6. Turn the microwave on for a while (this won’t take very long).

7. Stand back quickly.

Tips

* Works better if they’re touching a bit.

* They should look like this /^\/^\ from the side.

* If you leave them with a little bit of the skin together it makes a bigger explosion.

Warnings

*Stand back ASAP!

Things You’ll Need

* grape
* knife
* microwave

Source : wikihow.com

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Tip of the day:How to Shotgun a Beer

Posted by ILL Natured_gr on September 30, 2007

How to Shotgun a Beer
Trying to impress those drinking buddies? Here’s how to shotgun a beer from a can in less than 5 seconds.

Steps

*Hold the beer horizontal. If you don’t do this, the next step is going to make a mess.

*Take the can opener and puncture a hole on the side of the can, near the bottom. NOTE: If you think about it, when holding the beer slightly horizontally, there will be a small air pocket near the corner of the can, if you can puncture the hole in the air pocket properly, no beer will shoot out…

*Quickly place your mouth over the hole, so that you don’t spill any of the beer, and turn the can upright.

*Hold the can with your mouth on the recently made hole at the bottom, suck on the can until little or no more beer will come out and then open the can at the top.

*Start drinking as fast as you can.

*The ability for air to get in from the top of the can will force the beer out of the bottom at a very intense rate.

Tips

*Tip the beer at a 45% angle, so the top is facing down. Then poke your hole. This helps reduce most, if not all, of the spray when you first puncture the can.

*Alternatively, you can start sucking on the hole until you feel back pressure and THEN open the can.

Warnings

*Do this outside or over a sink, wouldn’t want to ruin someones carpeting

*Drinking beer this way can get you more intoxicated faster. Drink responsibly.

Things You’ll Need

*1 Can of Beer

*1 Can Opener, Pen, Knife, or any sharp object to puntcure the can.

Source : wikihow

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