As she demonstrates the ‘correct’ way to open cans, a woman concludes that we have been opening them incorrectly.
Because she revealed the “proper” technique to open cans online, a lady believes we’ve been doing it wrong our entire lives.
Ayajouni posted a video to her TikTok page in which she demonstrated a creative approach to open a can by employing a ring pull design rather than a can opener.
She captioned the video, which she released at the end of last month, “After 28 years, I’m doing it the correct way.”
The digital marketer opens the ring and breaks the seal, but instead of peeling it back like most people would, she turns it around.
The Dubai-based entrepreneur then pulls off the lid, which appears to provide her even additional leverage on the metal.
Ayajouni claims she couldn’t open it the regular manner, so she came up with a workaround that she believes is correct.
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Her method has been viewed roughly five million times and is causing controversy on the internet.
“It’s another approach, but not the proper way,” James Sloan359 wrote.
“I have always done it this way,” Peacebewithyou admitted.
“How else do people do it?” Alfred wrote, agreeing. I’ve been doing this for years and assumed it was normal.”
“Nooo wait what? Life changing,” Rge commented.
Leone_e raved: “After 15 years finally I don’t make an oil splash.”
But Alden Almonte thought: “Too risky, ring could break off.”
And Phil wasn’t convinced, saying: “This is making something easy more difficult.”
Godgan682 commented: “Are you serious. I’m today years old.”
It’s not the first foodstuff we’ve apparently been getting wrong, after a woman, called Tiarna Eaton, reckoned we’ve been slicing cake incorrectly.
She shared a clip to TikTok after watching a video that claimed to show the proper way to dish out slices.
She wrote: “Does anyone actually do this? Apparently we have been doing this wrong the whole time.”
Rather than cutting triangles from the center, a video shows someone making seven precise cuts, producing 14 slices of cake.
More than 5.4 million people have watched the TikTok clip, as debate raged in the comments over the method—and the resulting slices.
It seems people weren’t convinced by this method either, TikToker, Osi.
Anna, fumed: “Not every piece has the. This is a brief summary.