SNEAKING FOOD || Funny Hacks, Tricks, and Pranks For YOU

Food is amazing, and we love eating it everywhere, but sometimes food isn’t allowed in certain places. That’s why we’ve come up with some clever ways to sneak food into class and other places, as well as several food tricks we think you’ll love. First up, a candy bracelet. All have you to do is insert as many pieces of candy as you can into a thread with a needle, and voilà! No one will know you brought a snack with you.

We’ll also show you how to make jello worms to fool everybody who thinks you’re sneaking food somewhere. “These are just my pet worms, sir!.” We’ll then teach you a very helpful way to pour the dressing on your salad without making a mess. And if you love ramen but hate carrying liquid around in your lunchbox, we’ll show you a quick hack to make them wherever you go. If you slice your apples beforehand, they can oxidize and turn brown. Our little trick will help keep your apple slices fresh for longer!


0:09 – Candy bracelet
4:03 – Jello worms
7:51 – How to dress a salad
9:22 – Instant noodles
10:22 – Keeping apples fresh

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