We start off with an observation on security and what causes it.
Security is not having things, It's handling things
— Jim Shannon (@QuartzDragon) January 13, 2014
One thing to try and handle is the sound coming from your refrigerator. Should it be making that noise? Luckily, the owners manual explains it all?
I didn't even think it was possible to *have* a favourite page of a freezer manual… pic.twitter.com/skkuHmPGJC
— Paul (@bitoclass) January 18, 2014
Then again, sometimes appliances can be confusing.
Aluminum foil in the microwave is bad but aluminum foil in the oven is fine? How does anything make sense? Where's Amanda Bynes?
— Brent (@Brentweets) February 1, 2014
So you can't handle the repair without help. Apparently the mail is difficult to handle too.
Mixed up addresses on some letters. Got a signed photo of Craig from tech support & a note explaining how to fix my oven from Anna Kendrick.
— Jamie Tighe (@thejamietighe) February 3, 2014
With better roommates, you might not even need to handle a problem.
andddd the dysfunctional roommates strike again with another appliance broken in a hilarious way
— Claire Kruger (@ClaireBear002) January 27, 2014
You could just enjoy some of the nicer things in life.
I love taking sweat pants out of the dryer and immediately putting them on #niceandwarm
— Mark Bader (@MarkSBader) January 31, 2014
Sometimes though, we don't read the instructions.
Just read instructions on laundry detergent. You're supposed to turn the washer on THEN add the clothes? Been doing it wrong my whole life.
— Dan Campbell (@headabovewater) January 28, 2014
And we don't listen to our mums advise.
Why has my mum never told me that wool shrinks in the tumble dryer!!!!!
— Molly Gentgall (@mollygentgall) January 29, 2014
To wrap up this Twitter roundup we found an actual useful tip...
Instead of mixing your dirty clothes and clean clothes while you travel pack a garbage bag to put the dirty clothes in.
— Organize Your Life (@OrganizeHacks) January 20, 2014
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