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Husbando Lvl 1

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6 days ago
Barehanded method:
1. Lock your fingers.
2. Put your palms on the lid. Bottom part, near the wrist.
3. Squeeze. You should hear soft air hiss.
You may do it without fingerlock but it helps, acts like lever. You don't need any tools for this method and lid stays reusable.
9 days ago
If you want to be better at twisting caps and opening jars you need to train grip strength.
For that you need pull ups and specific hand grips.
9 days ago
does this mean buff morgan in the future? :3 Also I bet Jane would have no issue with it.
ALSO HOT ALEK!!!
9 days ago
My preferred method is using a spoon to pry the cap. Once a bit of air enters the jar, it's stupid easy to open any jar unless it's so old that the contents are keeping the lid stuck (not your problem, i assume).
9 days ago
Think I saw some episode of that thar Spingbill cartoon what he took a lid off a jar.
9 days ago
Don't do it Loki, your hair will fall out!
10 days ago
Proper Jar opening exercises:
100 Push-Ups.
100 Sit-Ups.
100 Squats.
10KM Running.
10 days ago
jope Morgan dont get too buffed
T
10 days ago
@Daniel Elliott anything that can gove you some grip over a smooth surface. Rubber gloves, elastic band, a silicone tray or even a balloon popped or not.
10 days ago
Lv 2 Husbando can open jars. Can confirm.
10 days ago
Just turn the jar, not the lid!
10 days ago
I can hear the 80's style montage.
10 days ago
all yall need some good ol fashioned discipline! There is a real easy way to get jars open:

Use an oven mitt. Usually the biggest problem is just getting a grip, so an oven mitt, especially one of the ones with the rubber undersides, works like a charm no matter how stubborn the jar.
10 days ago
Throwing the jar at a wall still makes the lid reusable. Just saying.
10 days ago
Compass method: Pry opener sharp point in and under, pry up top, bottom, left, and right works every time And ensues that the lid is still usable later.
10 days ago
Shelf liners is the real meta.
10 days ago
all you need to do is put a knife to the bottom of the bottle cup.
it always works for me.
10 days ago
All these weird suggestions and here I'm just sitting thinking "everyone, jar openers are a thing you know!" xD
10 days ago
Someone mentioned rubber gloves, another way to do it is a simple elastic band around the edge of the lid :D
10 days ago
Wait Morgan, your couple doesn't have to conform to heterosexual gender norms !
10 days ago
Grab a spoon or fork with a thin and flat end, put it under lid, twist it to have air escape and poof, easy to open.
10 days ago
@T I prefer to whack/tap the lid with the blunt side of a knife in direction it's suppose to open all along the rim. This not only gets the lid to start loosening, but also provides little grooves for ease of grip.
10 days ago
Bang the lid on the edge of the counter like our lesbian god Sue Perkins intended.
T
10 days ago
Something people don’t realize is that one of the reasons why it can be hard to open a jar is due to it being smooth and having no way to grip properly. Rubber gloves makes it much easier to open.
10 days ago
No need to puncture the lid. Use a bottle opener to pry up the edge of the lid. This works with most lids. When I hit a lid that is too thick I revert back to using a screwdriver to pry the edge of the lid enough to break the vacuum seal.
10 days ago
Pickle jar lids are usually sealed under a vacuum, and that suction is why they hold on so tight. If you can puncture the top of the lid with a small steak knife, it will audibly sigh in defeat as it loses its suction and becomes open-able.
10 days ago
Pickles are easy! Just whip that shit at the wall. Open.