Technology has undeniably simplified the processes involved in cooking and baking. Modern kitchen gadgets, smart appliances, and user-friendly apps have made it more convenient for people to explore and experiment with a wide array of recipes. However, this increased reliance on technology in the kitchen is not without its challenges. While gadgets and apps aim to streamline the cooking process, we occasionally find ourselves facing unforeseen issues, leading to mishaps. With great tech comes the occasional kitchen blooper. A video circulating the Internet shows a woman trying to flaunt her baking skills when she got her hair accidentally tangled up in her electric whisk. Talk about a “bad hair day” taking a whole new meaning!
The Instagram video shows the woman confidently using an electric hand mixer to whisk the batter. As she playfully engages with the camera, sticking her tongue out in a teasing manner, her long curls inadvertently come dangerously close to the mixer. In an unexpected turn of events, a portion of her hair gets tangled in the device, leading to a moment of panic as she takes a step back and lets out a startled scream. Fortunately, a quick-thinking friend intervenes, swiftly turning off the machine before helping her untangle her hair. The video ends with the woman looking visibly shocked.
The caption accompanying the video humorously advises, “People, ponytails please,” reminding viewers of the importance of keeping their hair tied up while using kitchen gadgets.
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A user joked, “There is a new method for curling hair. Using a blender as a conditioner and using a combination of sugar and eggs as a fixer.”
Another commented, “She’s the reason there are directions on a shampoo bottle.”
A person added, “This is why every cooking class teaches you to tie your hair before cooking.”
“This is what happens when someone focuses more on what they will look like on TikTok than on what they are currently doing,” a comment read.
For some, it was the “definition of being stupid.”