Ronald Langeveld has had enough, but realized you have to do more than simply quit: you gotta get years of your stuff out, too. He posted instructions on exfiltrating all your photos, comments and posts before ridding yourself of Facebook.
1) Log into Facebook. Don't look at any of the cancerous content on your feed and go directly into settings.
2) Click on "Your Facebook Information"
3) Click on "download your information".
4) Now you've got a whole lot of options
It's heartening to see people scrambling out of the dopamine trough, but the truth is we mostly fall back in. Drug-addiction metaphors are strained; gambling seems the better analogy.
As a graduate of the “rubbery mutilated omelet” school of scrambled egg preparation, I am mocked by this chef’s obvious yet perfectly successful method. The secret ingredient: staying with the eggs from pour to presentation so they never congeal.
The key appears to be having something other than bare hands to crunch it against, such as concrete. But commenters insist this can be accomplished with just the palms of the hands by pushing against the shell’s seam.
This is as thrilling as when I learned to draw a dog face in third grade! (via r/intereatingasfuck)
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