Advice of the Day: Pulling Fingers

“Never pull dad’s finger when he tells you to!” The phrase “pull my finger” is often used as a prank or joke, where the person whose finger is being pulled passes gas, causing a humorous or embarrassing situation. In the UK, as in many other cultures, this is generally considered impolite or vulgar behavior, especiallyContinue reading “Advice of the Day: Pulling Fingers”

Advice of the Day: Diets

It is not a good idea to tell your partner that their diet is not working for a few reasons. Firstly, it can be hurtful and demotivating to your partner. Dieting and weight loss can be sensitive and personal issues, and telling someone that their efforts are not paying off can be discouraging and damagingContinue reading “Advice of the Day: Diets”

Advice of the Day: Sniffing

I don’t care how nice the hand soap smells, you should never walk out of the restroom sniffing your fingers. It is generally not considered polite or appropriate to sniff your fingers in public, regardless of the context. Sniffing your fingers can be perceived as unhygienic, rude, or inappropriate, and may make other people uncomfortableContinue reading “Advice of the Day: Sniffing”

Advice of the Day: Stupidity

Never underestimate the power of stupid people in large groups. The advice “Never underestimate the power of stupid people in large groups” may not be the most constructive or respectful way to approach group dynamics, so this is not serious guidance! That said, it is important to recognize that intelligence is one, but not theContinue reading “Advice of the Day: Stupidity”

Advice of the Day: Targets

To be sure of hitting the target, shoot first and call whatever you hit the target. This is not good advice! The advice of “shooting first and calling whatever you hit the target” is not appropriate when it comes to life goals or long-term aims. While it’s important to take action and make progress towardContinue reading “Advice of the Day: Targets”

Advice of the Day: Breakfast

It’s very expensive to eat 3 times a day. Wake up later, miss breakfast, and save money. It is commonly believed that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, as it provides the energy and nutrients needed to start the day on the right foot after a night of fasting. Eating a nutritiousContinue reading “Advice of the Day: Breakfast”

Advice of the Day: Wipers

If you leave your wipers up, an officer won’t be able to leave a fine. Your money will be saved. Here are some reported cases of large parking fines: In London, UK, in 2019, a motorist was issued a fine of £160,000 (approximately $205,000 USD) for repeatedly parking in a designated doctor-only parking spot nearContinue reading “Advice of the Day: Wipers”