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Woman Shows We've Been Using Ketchup Sachets All Wrong And It's Mind-Blowing

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Woman Shows We've Been Using Ketchup Sachets All Wrong And It's Mind-Blowing

We're not even going to try and lie about it - we've learned more from TikTok than we ever did at school.

From how to cut pitta bread, to making honeycomb pasta, to even using a Minky cloth to apply moisturiser, our lives have been greatly enriched by the video sharing app.

And now, we've learned a brand new way to use our ketchup sachets - honestly, it will change your life.

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No more will we have to rip those fiddly little sachets open and aim the squirting ketchup at a small serviette to dip our chips in a small papery mess, and it's all thanks to TikTokker @Ameliaholdsworth.

In a short five second video, we see Amelia having torn open a ketchup packet, and simply dip her chips inside the ketchup sachet.

Honestly, it's genius. How did we never consider this before?

It's something Amelia herself acknowledged was so simple, having captioned it 'Who f*ckin knew?' and acknowledged that she "was shooketh".

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This will blow your mind (Credit: TikTok)
This will blow your mind (Credit: TikTok)

If you're embarrassed to have overlooked this relatively obvious hack, don't be. Thousands of people felt the same, which quickly came apparent in the comments.

"That makes so much sense!" one woman wrote.

A second added: "Why have I never thought of this?"

"You've broke the system here," a third said.

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The TikTok user left tonnes of foodies floored (Credit: TikTok)
The TikTok user left tonnes of foodies floored (Credit: TikTok)

Another person went as far to say that this has "traumatised" them. "I've seen no-one do this!" they said.

One chip enthusiast pointed out a slight hole in the new technique. "But I have, like, five chips at one time," they wrote, as a second cried: "That's not enough sauce!"

However, some of the smugger people among us revealed this wasn't anything new, and that this technique was how they've always snaffled their chips.

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"Been doing that for years," someone replied with a sunglasses emoji.

"I've been doing this for time and people was looking at me like I'm crazy," a second said, and a third added: "I've been doing this for years at school with the chips on Friday lunch.

Featured Image Credit: Shutterstock

Topics: Tasty Food, Food & Drink, Tasty, TikTok

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