It’s annoying when you try and open a package of Haribo, only to have the candy spill all over the place when you tear the plastic the wrong way.
But one woman has come up with a great way to open multi-compartment bags without causing any clutter.
Maddy Dann took to TikTok to share the hack, with the clip’s caption: “Nothing.”
“To open a small Haribo package, don’t open it like a crispy one because then it opens weirdly, won’t open, splits, you’ll lose the structural integrity of the sides,” she explains. in videotapes.
“Instead, shake the candy down the other side and then take the top and tear it across.
“Perfect! Perfect sweets every time. I have three open packs of Haribo to eat right now!”
Maddy, who works as a doctor at A&E, was quickly praised for his ingenious hack.
“Thanks my life is now complete. You have no idea how many haribo soldiers I have lost to this insidious plot,” one person wrote.
“Absolute genius,” another commented.
While another added: “For those of us who don’t like middle school, this is the kind of educational video we need from you!”
“This is incredibly valuable information for which I am grateful,” wrote a fourth.
Another mom commented: “It’s been 32 years since I threw them through the door like a crispy packet. Thank you!”
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- TikTok allows users to create and share short videos with music and camera effects
- Popular app best known for its short dance videos, lip sync clips, comedy sketches and talent footage
- It is owned by Beijing-based ByteDance, which was founded by businessman Zhang Yiming
- The $200 billion corporation acquired the Musical.ly app in 2017 and merged it with TikTok, bringing in millions of new users.
- By February 2019, TikTok and Douyin have been downloaded over a billion times
- This is the most downloaded app on the App Store in 2018 and 2019
- Cyber experts have expressed concern about ByteDance’s alleged links to the Chinese government
- The Department of Defense has urged its employees to avoid using the app because of national security concerns
- TikTok says it does not and will not share user data with the Chinese government
Others added that they had known the correct way to open packets for years, with one person writing: “I think everyone has done this!”
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