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These TikTok Videos Will Show You Everyday Things You've Been Doing Wrong Your Whole Life

Adulting is hard, which is why TikTok videos explaining how to do seemingly basic everyday things are so dang popular.

TikTok user sidneyraz has been posting videos demonstrating things he wished he knew before he turned 30, and while some of them are things you might already know, others are absolute game-changers.

Did you know this is how you're supposed to use a cheese grater?

@sidneyraz

transportation for grated cheese #inmy30s #cheesegrater #cookingtips

This one is so simple and yet very practical.

@sidneyraz

my first chore done right after 20 years #inmy30s #trashday

He seems pretty shocked by this corn hack.

@sidneyraz

this is incredible #inmy30s #cornonthecob

Again, this one is so simple but very handy to know.

@sidneyraz

it has helped many times #inmy30s #cookingtips

This one maybe goes without saying, but always close the lid before you flush, friends.

@sidneyraz

please, listen #inmy30s #cleanlife

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