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Yes, maybe you could cram more beers by lining them up vertically like the gods of drinking intended, but sometimes you have to find creative solutions. And for that, there's always Appropriate Use of Office Supplies.

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1. Polish furniture. That pine sappy beer I have might not be desirable to drink, but maybe it would make a good smelling furniture polish. Lifehacker would recommend that I let the beer go flat first and then apply it to my furniture with a clean cloth.

2. Drown fruit flies. I once told you how I solved my fruit fly problem with a jar, some cider vinegar and a rolled up piece of paper. You can do the same thing with beer. The fruit flies will be attracted to the beer and fly in. By giving them a very narrow way of getting in and not much of chance of getting out, they'll eventually drown. It might take a couple of days and several changes of beer in the jar to get all the pests, but if you're not going to drink the beer, this is a good use for it.

3. Drown slugs in the garden. Fruit flies aren't the only insect attracted to beer. Care2 instructs gardeners to burry a wide mouth container up to its neck so it's flush with the ground around a garden that's being attacked by slugs. Fill the container halfway with beer, and the slugs will just slide in for a swim and never get back out.

4. Highlight your hair. SheKnows recommends using a six-pack of light-colored beer for some natural summer highlights. Use four of the beers to saturate your hair; drink the other two while you're lying in the sun letting it bleach your mane.
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"The bottom line is that we think being too focused can blind you to novel possibilities, and a broader, more flexible state of attention is needed for creative solutions to emerge," says Professor Jennifer Wiley of the University of Illinois.