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People on the internet are oh so weird, but we can’t knock their resourcefulness. A slew of videos inundating the likes of Reddit are showcasing the versatility of ramen noodles.
They’re tasty, yes. But did you know you can also (probably) use these to fix basins, floors, and furniture?
It’s a new meme that has slowly been developing (it’s taken a lot more than two minutes) online, and no one is really sure where it originated.
Other videos on Reddit’s r/DiWHY demonstrates how you can easily fix a broken tiled floor, or repair an actual cracked enamel bathroom sink.
You can’t make this stuff up. Or maybe you can, so one Reddit user believes.
“It might — maybe — work, if they used epoxy instead of regular superglue, but even then the reconstruction of the surface color and texture isn‘t as trivial as it seems in the video.”
But hey, fake or not, they’re fun to watch. Just maybe keep these repair ideas as memes, okay, rather than consider them actual DIY advice.
Feature image: screenshot, u/sohramhamza via Reddit