A TikTok user's hack for folding reusable plastic shopping bags nice and neatly has caused a bit of a debate, but not for the reason you might think.
Bag folding hack
Emmy described her origami-style technique as 'very technical' but also 'very satisfying'.
“Now, the way I fold my bags is very technical," she began.
"Make the first fold just below the 80 percent. The second fold where that line is, and the third fold right to the top.
"Then you’re going to roll little triangles all the way up and this last little bit tucks in just like that.
"And once you’re done, you’re left with a little carrot. I don’t know, the handle just reminds me of a carrot top."
Her fellow TikTok users were impressed with the hack, but many disagreed with Emmy's claim about where Aussie shoppers store their reusable bags at home.
"Every Aussie ever piles their bags on the side of the fridge," she declares at the start of her video.
Well, not every Aussie does the same, going by the comments.
"Who actually does that?!" wrote one TikTok user.
"Never stored my bags beside my fridge, but I do have two bag cupboards!" added another.
One user remarked: "Wow, do people really stuff bags beside the fridge? That would drive me crazy."
"Yeah, no Aussie other than you does that!" agreed another.
Others revealed where they prefer to store their bags when not in use.
"If you don’t put them under the sink, you’re not Aussie!" declared one.
"I've never stored them next to the fridge... they live in the boot of the car," another wrote.
"Ours are in the bottom of our pantry," said a third.
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