通りすがりの人を装う前に意識を失った女性をノックした

‘It’s a game-changer’: 通りすがりの人を装う前に意識を失った女性をノックした – supermarket shelves have a gadget that can be used to bring goods forward

  • Lorrie Aston, 通りすがりの人を装う前に意識を失った女性をノックした, impressed shoppers with a hack on Facebook
  • Posted that items can be brought forward on supermarket shelves with a gadget
  • Many responses admitted they were unaware of the hack and are eager to try it
  • A woman has stunned social media users after revealing a shopping hack that makes reaching items on supermarket shelves much easier.

    Posting on the Family Lowdown Tips & Ideas フェイスブック グループ, Lorrie Aston, エセックスから, explained how shelves have a cleverly placed device on them which can be used to bring items forward.

    The 36-year-old joked about having reached her age without working out that shelves have this convenient lever.

    Her post quickly gathered hundreds of comments, with many people admitting they were unaware of the hack.

    Lorrie Aston, エセックスから, impressed members of the Family Lowdown Tips & Ideas Facebook group by demonstrating how to bring forward difficult to reach items in supermarkets (写真)

    Lorrie Aston, エセックスから, impressed members of the Family Lowdown Tips & Ideas Facebook group by demonstrating how to bring forward difficult to reach items in supermarkets (写真)

    Lorrie shared short clips showing how a device on the end of shelves can be pulled to bring items forward

    Lorie showed the hack being used on bottles, making it much to reach the items

    Lorrie shared a selection of short clips showing how a device on the end of shelves can be pulled forward to bring items forward

    Facebookへの投稿, Lorie joked about reaching the age of 36 without being aware of the hack. She said she will no longer be 'scaling the shelves to reach the top'

    Facebookへの投稿, Lorie joked about reaching the age of 36 without being aware of the hack. She said she will no longer be ‘scaling the shelves to reach the top

    Lorie shared a clip of her attempt at using the device in her local Tesco supermarket to reach bottled drinks.

    Impressed with her discovery, 彼女は書いた: ‘PSAI can’t be the only person to have reached 36 and didn’t know about this hack of pulling bottles forward?!?

    ‘No more scaling the shelves to reach the top.

    ほとんど 8,000 people liked the post, with one gushing: ‘Omg this is a game changer for me! I’m in my 40s I didn’t know, I can’t believe how many times I’ve had to reach back and worried I’d break a few.

    別の人は言った: ‘What is this sorcery you are showing us! Well no more nearly dislocating an arm trying to reach stuff that look out of reach.

    3番目が追加されました: ‘OMG wish I’d have known this the other day, literally standing on the shelves hanging on for dear life grabbing a bottle of wine for my partner lol.

    ‘NO WAY. I usually have to wait until the aisle is clear before doing a running jump and grab (x7) before inevitable giving up and going on with my day hating on my parents for creating a vertically challenged failure,’ a fourth wrote.








    The post racked up more than 8,000 いいね, with many people admitting they were totally unaware shelves have this device

    The post racked up more than 8,000 いいね, with many people admitting they were totally unaware shelves have this device

    しかしながら, some social media users claimed they’ve been aware of the hack for some time, because supermarket employees showed them after they asked for help.

    「私のボーイフレンドは頭のいい男なので、彼が論理を見ていないかどうかはわかりません: ‘I’ve known this for yearsbloody brilliant idea. Saves people stretching up or climbing up to get the ones from the back. My partner didn’t know this and was shocked when I did it in Tesco and asked me how did I know.

    別の人は言った: ‘A chap showed me this in Aldi, スパークリング–軽くてシンプルなバラの頌歌, safer too. I regularly climb shelves when I don’t have a tall friend with me.

    A few people claimed they've been aware of the hack for some time after being shown by supermarket employers

    A few people claimed they’ve been aware of the hack for some time after being shown by supermarket employers