We tested new Viral Tik Tok hacks, and this is what happened.
Ever since Tik-Tok came into our lives, it’s all we want to watch in our free time. At first, it was people lip-syncing to music, but now it’s all sorts of viral hacks that we all want to test and see whether they work or not. Well, today, we decided to do that ourselves and see which of these hacks are real, and which ones are fake.
At first, we tested the famous: “Opening a bottle with a knife”–That one works, but it also breaks part of the bottle.
Another viral hack is the one where you jump into your trousers. Two people hold the right and left side of the pants while also pulling them. Your job is to jump in.–Try this one with your friends for a laugh.
Unfortunately, adding toothpaste on a cracked phone screen to fix it doesn’t work.
Watch until the end to see whether you can open a soda can with chopsticks and if you can make slime with soda and glue.
1:09 – Can you clean your hair with scissors?
3:34 – Does the cappuccino stencil-art work?
5:03 – Can you mix coke and Mentos in an aquarium?
8:06 – Get the most out of your hand cream
10:49 – Can you make an airy omelet with a colander?
11:33 – Does ketchup clean oxidized metal?
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