Sometimes it's difficult to tell whether or not you should take that advice from a random stranger on the internet. Like if someone tells you to rub apple cider vinegar on a bad burn, are you gonna just go for it or ask for their credentials? They could be some kindergartener messing with anxious adults online. Wouldn't it be nice to be able to easily distinguish the good advice from the bad? Lucky for us, there's a place where we can enjoy the wry humor of fake life hacks and hilariously bad advice, and that's r/ShittyLifeProTips. There's absolutely no advice here that anyone in their right mind would actually want to take, but these shitty pro tips are sure fun to laugh at.