Social media influencer Jordan Howlett, known as @jordan_the_stallion8 on TikTok, has recently shared a hack that has taken the internet by storm. In response to a user’s query about late realizations, Jordan revealed a clever and practical use of the circular ridge found at the bottom of a soda can. This hack not only amazed viewers but also left them eager to try it out themselves.
The Surprising Discovery
When it comes to social media content, some individuals are true repositories of fascinating and useful knowledge. Jordan Howlett has recently joined the ranks of these knowledge sharers by unveiling a remarkable soda can hack. Responding to a user’s question about late realizations in life, Jordan showcased an ingenious use of the circular ridge present on the bottom of every soda can.
The Clever Soda Can Trick
The seemingly mundane circular ridge at the base of a soda can holds a hidden function that may surprise many. According to Jordan, soda cans, dating back to their inception in 1938, were originally designed differently from the familiar cans we know today. These cans boast a multi-purposeful feature – they are stackable and meant to facilitate the opening of another soda can. By ingeniously stacking one soda can on top of another, the circular ridge serves as a leverage point to effortlessly open the can. For those concerned about preserving freshly done nails or avoiding finger discomfort, this hack offers a practical and effective solution.
Viewer Reactions of Amazement
Jordan Howlett’s TikTok hack sparked a flood of enthusiastic responses from viewers. The comments section brimmed with amazement and appreciation for the practicality of the soda can revelation. In awe of its simplicity and brilliance, many expressed their eagerness to test out the hack for themselves. Some viewers marveled at Jordan’s ability to impart such an insightful tip, comparing it to lessons they wish they had learned in formal education.
The most shocking news in recent times for both the business and tech world has been Elon Musk’s decision to purchase Twitter. It’s one of the most significant company acquisitions in history, as Musk purchased Twitter for $44.4 billion. However, the shock did not end with the acquisition. It was recently revealed in a Reuters report that $25.5 billion of what was spent for the acquisition was a bank loan which Musk has promised to return by cutting company costs and increasing revenue.
Cutting Costs by Firing Employees
Though the exact plan of how the company will cut costs isn’t yet decided, it seems that firing employees is on Musk’s priority list on how to save money. The specifics and details of which sections and positions of 7500 employees might not be clear yet, but this news has created tension in the company. However, Musk took to Twitter in April to specifically target his top contenders for the cost-cutting, the board members, stating that it will save $3million per year if the board salary is removed. However, employees are not Musk’s only way of repaying the bank loan.
Cutting Costs by Charging Users
It seems that the tech mogul is ready with another target – the users. Musk recently tweeted out his plan for the same, stating that even though the site will be free for casual users, there are conversations about charging commercial and government users. Since Musk has positioned himself again and again as an advocate for free speech, his plans for charging for free speech on the media platform are not going to be easy to implement. It was also reported that Musk suggested in his funding pitch to charge the media for quoting or embedding tweets. Interestingly, charging for quoting tweets might not come to fruition as it goes against the copyright law as stated in the 1st Amendment.
Elon Musk is known for his impulsive decisions. Time and again, his statements have caused the internet to be divided on their opinion on this deal. Musk has also openly announced on Twitter how the company will be super-focused on hardcore software engineering and design advances, as well as his emphasis on how algorithms can manipulate user mentality and personalization. While the world remains divided over their opinions and the future of Twitter, the only thing left to do is wait, see, and debate – in 280 characters or less.