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How To : Massage your dog

Learn how to massage your dog. Man’s best friend gets stressed, too! A massage can benefit your dog’s health as well as their mood. You Will Need * A rug or your lap Step 1. Position your dog Have your dog lie down on a rug. Very small dogs can sit in your lap. Massage yo ...more

News : Duplex Poo Drop/Hot Sauce Tennis Ball Fight

Duplex Poo Drop: Cut a hole in an upper level floor. Cover the hole in saran wrap, staple the saran wrap around the edge, cover the hole with an area rug, walk someone into the hole, don't worry about injury, put a teaming pile of crap below to break the fall. Hot sauce tenn ...more

News : Thumbtack troubles!

well I don't know how funny you think it is but I found it hilarious! I had a friend staying with me and he had his own bedroom, well for some reason he put a rug outside the door to his room. We were always playing tricks on each other so one day I picked up his rug and stuck ...more

News : the nut cracker

its just like in the giant hand prank but you have a plastic or real fist hidden on the ground (under a small sheet of paper or under a rug) call your friend over and you hit a button then with force the fist would come up and hit them in the nuts.

News : snake sink hole

Dig a hole in the ground cover it up with a rug than have bam walk over it and have filled with garden snakes (non poisiones). To see him just scream like a little girl and than don't let him out till he cries.

How To : Remove Almost Any Stain Using Alcohol

There are countless methods and cleaners aimed at eliminating stubborn stains from everything to clothing, carpet, and furniture. But completely removing every last trace of a stain doesn't require an arsenal of chemical cleaners and repeated cycles in the washing machine. Mos ...more

How To : Avoid static electricity

Static electrical shock your worst nightmare? The clothes you choose, shoes you wear and even the things you touch might be the encouraging this natural phenomenon. If static shock is ruining your day then take some action. Reduce your chances of getting a nasty shock that’s ...more

How To : 12 Creative Ways to Reuse Old T-Shirts

Got a bunch of T-shirts you need to get rid of? Depending on how nostalgic you are for your high school choir club shirt or rock concert tee from your college days, you can cut up your former threads into a dishrag or gym headband. Or, just memorialize those tees forever as f ...more

How To : Dust-proof your home

Some homes are more prone to dust than others and just dusting doesn't always work. Arm yourself with these proven strategies in the battle to banish dust from your home. You Will Need: • A mattress and pillow covers • A vacuum cleaner • A damp mop • Product to spray rags ...more

How To : Get rid of bed bugs

It truly is hard to sleep tight when the bed bugs bite, since these insidious creatures are very real, and very nasty. You’ll have to be persistent to get rid of them. Step 1: Know your enemy Know your bed bugs. They’re flat, oval-shaped, wingless, brownish—but will swell and ...more

How To : Upcycle an old bed sheet into yarn for knitting

We enjoy the fuzzy wool yarns at craft stores as much as any other knitter, but did you know that yarn doesn't have to be made from wool or any of the typical yarn fibers? In fact, you can make your own yarn at home. Don't worry, we're not going to put you in front of a weavin ...more

How To : Decorate a loft without spending a lot of money

In this video series, let Denise Robinson show you some inexpensive ways to decorate your loft apartment. She shows you how to create a beautiful living room, dining room, office space, and bedroom. By adding simple things like window treatments, colorful rugs, and accent ligh ...more

How To : Decorate a living room

Even if you're on a budget, that's not excuse not to have a great living room. In this series Judy Williams gives you lots of tips on picking furniture and rugs and accessories. Part 1 of 15 - How to Decorate a living room. Decorate a living room - Part 2 of 15. Click through ...more

How To : Make your dorm room livable

A few handy tricks can turn your school cell into a cozy suite. You Will Need * A dorm room * An agreeable dorm mate * And some money Step 1. Investigate dorm room Investigate dorm specifics before you spend any money. What furniture is provided? What items are prohibited, ...more

How To : Deal with a noisy neighbor

Is your neighbor creating a ton of racket? Suffering in anything but silence? It can be hard to approach a noisy neighbor without starting a big riff. Follow these steps to get the quiet you deserve. You Will Need: • Manners • Legal knowledge • Your lease • Curtains • Ar ...more

How To : Design a safe kitchen

Home accidents. It's up to you to protect your family… your children… from accidents in the home. And there's one place that seems to get the most attention when dealing with safety concerns… The kitchen is one of the busiest, most accident-prone rooms in the house. Design a k ...more

How To : Furnish a dorm room without spending a fortune

A little planning is all it takes to decorate your dorm with style! You Will Need * A nose for bargains * A futon * A storage box * Old photographs and keepsakes * A creative spirit Step 1: Scope out the garage sales Hit neighborhood garage sales for items such as a desk, sma ...more

How To : Make room for love with feng shui at home

Elizabeth Chamberlain, with Space Lift, demonstrates how to make room for love with feng shui at home. First, find your focus room with your energy map by laying the energy map on top of your floor plan. The love area is the far right corner from the front door, facing in. If ...more

How To : Use color, texture & style in your home

In this tutorial, we learn how to use color, texture, and style in your home. When choosing a paint color for your walls, first make sure the color is something you don't mind seeing everyday. After this, choose furniture that has different textures on it. Use a combination of ...more

How To : Make a home safe for seniors

As we age we need to consider certain factors in our homes. The reason for most deaths in a home is fire;the cause of most injuries to seniors in their home is falling. Check for clutter, many seniors have failing eyesight and the clutter can't be seen. Be certain the home has ...more

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