No more going cross-eyed!
For years, you have been squinting, licking your fingers, or doing whatever you can do get a really tiny end of a thread into an even tinier hole, and thinking, [infomercial host voice] “THERE'S GOT TO BE A BETTER WAY!”
Well, kids, there is, and you're about to feel both relieved and dumb.
Twitter user John Bick shared a video from a crafting site that went viral for being extremely helpful.
People couldn't believe it. Instead of threading the needle through the hole, shake it down and go from there.
\u201c@JohnBick4 @Blazespage Good grief. After 50 years of going cross-eyed \ud83d\ude22\u201d— D\u00e0ibhidh\ud83c\udff4\udb40\udc67\udb40\udc62\udb40\udc73\udb40\udc63\udb40\udc74\udb40\udc7fSaor Alba (@D\u00e0ibhidh\ud83c\udff4\udb40\udc67\udb40\udc62\udb40\udc73\udb40\udc63\udb40\udc74\udb40\udc7fSaor Alba) 1522770768
“What type of sorcery is this? https://t.co/uI2jQJAv5l”
\u201cWhat type of sorcery is this? https://t.co/uI2jQJAv5l\u201d— Matthew A. Cherry (@Matthew A. Cherry) 1522828694
"This is what social media should be about. People sharing helpful ideas about what they actually know."
— Atlassheepdog (@atlassheepdog) April 4, 2018
Even GEORGE COSTANZA himself is amazed by this innovation.
George Costanza takes a look at it.
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This article originally appeared on 06.13.21