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  TheBonzaiGirl  |  0

Our dorms are so cramped we have to come up with creative uses for everything. For example, we not only use a straightener to iron creases out of clothes, but also to grill quesadillas, incubate eggs, use as heat when the radiator conks out... ect.

  nado13579  |  12

I'm probably going to get thumbed down again for this, but I don't get why I was thumbed down before, straighteners burn things. I probably sound like an obvious bitch right now so I'm gonna shut up. :|

  Ameel_fml  |  19

I agree, tbh. When my iron broke, I started using my hair straightener to iron my clothes. I wasn't expecting it to work. But it did. Surprisingly well, actually.

  rocketiquette  |  20

Well... I don't have an iron or an ironing board. I'd love one. So a straightener is the next best thing. Trust me when I say it works like a charm on stubborn neck lines and little ribbon details.


I do this and it woks fairly well. I'm a college student living in the dorms, I don't have the space for an ironing board let alone time to set it up. OP Shouldn't be so judgmental -_-

  Roxxxxay  |  13

Wow first I thought too long about what weird kind of condoms you possibly know and now I can't unsee it and had to change the picture :/ (btw:it was an innocent marshmallow kind of thing!)

By  SkoomaKi  |  27

Can't decide whether that's worse than using painters tape to clean up a carpet. Teenagers will find ingenious ways to do things differently. Cleaning a bed? Nah, a teenager would just spray it with some deodorant and say its done.