Man shares carrot cutting hack – but not everyone is convinced it works

Man shares carrot cutting hack – but not everyone is convinced it works

Some people just really, really hate washing up – but not everyone is convinced that this man’s method of cutting a carrot is better than the traditional method.

TikTok user Steel Jobe, 19, filmed his housemate Kyle Christensen, 21, “chopping” up the carrots by biting it above a smoothie maker.

As he chows down on the orange vegetable, someone in the background can be heard screaming “What?” in horror.

The caption on the video, which has been seen more than five million times, simply states: “It’s efficient.”

Some people were convinced by the ‘hack’.

One person commented: “I mean, as long as it’s his drink it’s a pretty smooth move.”

Another joked: “How can I love and hate this at the same time?”

A third joked: “This man is living in 2040.”

A fourth admitted: “I thought I was the only one who does this LMFAO.”

But not everyone was convinced.

One disgusted woman commented: “Men are a different breed.”

Another warned: “All fun and games until you accidentally choke.”

A third added: “Not during a pandemic, that’s for sure.”

In an interview, Jobe told TODAY that their blender didn’t chop up vegetables very well.

He said: “We don’t have a lot of money and our blender is really bad and won’t blend things unless it’s really chopped up already!.

“So sometimes it’s laborious to cut everything up so we sometimes just cut it with our teeth!”

And he admitted that only him and Kyle have tried it, while their other flatmates continue to utilise the age old tradition of using a knife.

Jobe added: “When my roommate did that, all of my other roommates were freaking out, turns out it was pretty effective though.”

Meanwhile, one mum went viral after showing how she prepares her families breakfast.

A mum has gone viral after sharing her cooking hack to save time when cooking breakfast for her family.

Amanda Ranit, from Oregon, in the United States, cooks 100 McMuffin style sandwiches at a time before freezing them.

Some people weren’t so impressed, as one person commented: “People really eat this everyday,” alongside a vomit emoji.

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