Tip: Cool Use For Mason Jars

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When people try to think of things in their life that annoy them the most, many will typically place paying taxes and spending time with their in-laws at the top of the list. For me, my list is fairly simple:

1. Dudes who wear their collars up. They’re just asking to be punched in the face. Repeatedly. Preferably with a brick. Bonus points if the brick happens to be on fire.

2. Cleaning out the blender everyday after making my protein shake. Call me lazy if you will, but it’s such a pain. Hence why I never do it.

Thankfully, I came across this cool little tip which uses your everyday mason jar as a pseudo blender/food processor. Depending on what type of blender you have, you’ll never have to worry about cleaning that cumbersome appliance ever again after making your daily protein shake.

This is actually great news for my girlfriend who’s great at all that “kitchen-y” type stuff. You know, like actually cleaning it and spending her time making me sandwiches (with a French maid’s outfit on). Oh, hey honey. I didn’t realize you were there. How long have you been listening? What’s with the taser gun? ZAAAAAP! She totally wears the pants in our relationship. And by “pants,” what I really mean is a school girl’s outfit. No, no…….not the pepper spray. Ahhhh.

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