As an engineering student, you will most likely be using up most of your time studying and trying to pass your subjects. This leaves you with minimal time for other things, like cooking food, doing your laundry, etc.
Having known that, you simply can't avoid your work. But, you can definitely adopt some tricks and tips to make your life easier. And who doesn't want to work and make their daily tasks simpler? See, being lazy is just one thing. Engineers are the breed who possesses the quality of being lazy along with that smart ass always on the run. What's better is there is no harm in doing the work with some smartness. How about if the tap is broken and we fix some bottle piece to make it up for the emergency? Doesn't that sound cool?
With more such interesting things, we are presenting you with some life hacks right from an engineer's brain, that will help your life a bit easier.
Have you seen such cool headphones in your life? Oh well, no company sells anything like these. These foamy headphones are straight from the head of an engineer. Would you use these headphones?
Have you seen that broken glass is replaced with a wooden piece? Engineers can do anything.
Isn't that a good trick to charge your MacBook? Indeed.
A bottle for this chair leg. What a brain this person has used.
Wrapping this polythene in your legs requires no other rain protection, I guess.
For the dust protection, this person has used the broomstick for the car window cleaning.
Good one. Take out the print of a headlight and stick it to the place of your broken headlight.
Work of a genius.
Ouch! Hope that heals.
An apple a day, I guess.
Because avid readers everywhere!
I am sure this could have been better.
Look at the other man's expression. And the coolness with which this man is drinking.
Here's the trick, whenever you don't have a whisk machine, try with a drilling machine and fix a scissor to it. It'll work best.
And why not? Have your drink sitting there and let the kids swing with that long rope in your hands.
That's all folks!
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