Eliminate unpopped popcorn Don’t you just hate the kernels of popcorn that are left at the bottom of the bowl? Eliminate the popcorn duds by keeping your unpopped supply in the freezer.
Remove wax from candlesticks Grandma’s heirloom silver candlesticks will get a new life if you place them in the freezer and then pick off the accumulated wax drippings. But don’t do this if your candlesticks are made from more than one type of metal. The metals can expand and contract at different rates and damage the candlesticks.
Extend candle life Place candles in the freezer for at least two hours before burning. They will last longer.
Unstick photos Picture this: Water spills on a batch of photographs, causing them to stick together. If you pull them apart, your pictures will be ruined. Don’t be so hasty. Stick them in the freezer for about 20 minutes. Then use a butter knife to gingerly separate the photos. If they don’t come free, place them back in the freezer. This works for envelopes and stamps too.
Clean a pot Your favorite pot has been left on the stove too long, and now you’ve got a burned-on mess to clean up. Place the pot in the freezer for a couple of hours. When the burned food becomes frozen, it will be easier to remove.
Remove odors Got a musty-smelling book or a plastic container with a fish odor? Place them in the freezer overnight. By morning they’ll be fresh again. This works with almost any other small item that has a bad smell you want to get rid of.
“So let’s say that theoretically, I really like you, and theoretically, even though it sounds moronically cliché and overused, you give me butterflies. And just for kicks, lets add that, all in theory of course, you may be one of the most wonderful people I have ever met, and hypothetically, my heart beats ten times faster when I see you. Do you think that you would supposedly, and in the most theoretical sense, feel the same way?”