I learned how to properly cut up a rump of beef.
In the past, I'd just slice it into huge steaks.
You Tube taught me that for best results, it needs to be seperated into 4 sections.
You can then slice them for the tenderest steak.
I also learned how to unlock a deadlock in my car that a mechanic told me was unlockable, and would require expensive repairs.
so - tell us what YOU have learned from You Tube.
I'm currently learning to play mandolin and guitar by watching little YouTube clips - I know eventually I will need real lessons, but for now I can blunder along without anyone hearing me! love it! Also I sometimes look for cooking instructions there and this morning found a very humorous vid about muffins that I included in my muffin hub. Great source for learning and fun.
Don't shoot off fireworks near Dachshunds.
Dogs can skateboard.
Susan Boyle can sing.
Folding a t-shirt the Japanese way. It was pretty awesome.
Using raw aloe vera slices to cleanse and moisturize your face.
Making a facial toner from rice water.
I learned there are 10 million versions of Unchained Melody
People like to watch babies.
You can dance in a zebra mask.
Rolling around in bags in not allowed in L.A.
I learned that it is hard to find my favorite Frank Sinitra song on there...That the Masons have special markings on the dollar bill...That there is a UFO flying around near the WTC on 9/11 films...And that we are about to be hit by an asteroid this summer, sometime next year, definitly in 2012, and perhaps in 2017 and 2018!!!
how to mix essential oils - aromatherapy
lyrics to songs
how the Gulf oil crisis is affecting the water and marine life/ ecosystem
too much to list!
how young children get brainwashed at jesus camp, which is a documentary (reading through someones hub about her childhood)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LACyLTsH … embedded#!
[extremely disturbing video]
I've learnt that surprisingly more than just the Jackass crew hold their lit fireworks with their butts
Hi there Eric and Eric... hope all is well with you and yours on that rock DownUnder DownUnder
I found that video is one of he best vehicles for a lie - so many created scenes that claim to be reality. Other than that - the skateboarding dog has t o be the best, and people fumigating their ass with fireworks a questionable second.
There are some fairly useful videos for left handed knitters and crocheters.
Boys do really stupid things on snowboards and skateboards.
No matter how obscure the composer, someone has uploaded a YouTube video of his or her music.
How to tie knots to make an Orthodox prayer rope. (See my hub on medieval crafts.)
Sebastian Bach is not the same person as Johann Sebastian Bach.
Remixes are rarely as moving as the originals.
You can pile all sorts of stuff on cats, and they just don't give a darn.
The Roomba is possibly the most expensive cat toy ever invented.
Videos of cute kittens never get old.
I also learned some wonderful things about trebuchets - the ancient siege engines that were used to hurl diseased cows over castle walls.
People now use them to hurl cars, pianos, and all sorts of things for incredible distances.
If I had lots of excess money, I'd love to build one!
I learned to simplify, I already knew to simplify things, something I picked up form Bruce Lee quotes and interviews, but watching other people take big topics and simplify their way of perforiming something, made me understand how to simplify better. Thanks to YouTube
by Audrey Selig7 years ago
They were there yesterday, and today they are gone. Can I just get them back, or do you think they are gone for a reason?
by travelespresso6 years ago
Way to go PD. Congratulations to you and everyone deserved!
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