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An Australian woman has accidentally become a viral online sensation after sharing an image of a 'life hack' which has shown people worldwide they've been using chopsticks wrong all their lives.
The nifty trick is fairly simple: just snap the chunky wooden tab off the end of a pair of disposable chopsticks and use it as a stand to avoid putting utensils straight onto the table.
However, it seems the trick was enough to break the Internet when people reacted to the ground-breaking chopsticks news with absolute shock and amazement.
An Australian woman saw the photo on Facebook and, deciding it was funny, thought she'd reshare it on Twitter. It has now been retweeted 3,200 times and favourited more than three thousand times.
Bort ofDarkness' tweet went viral almost immediately and, two days later, she can still barely use her phone as she is bombarded with messages and retweets from amazed social media users.
The bemused young woman has also now been credited as the brainchild behind the life hack in news articles around the world, from Ireland to Germany.
People have responded to Bort's tweet with other fascinating, little known hacks.
'This is the same feeling I got when I discovered the noodle boxes fold out into bowls,' one person tweeted.
'This is like learning about the string on bandaids,' another replied, explaining a string on the bandaid packaging can be used to cleanly unwrap a bandaid without ripping the packet.
She jokes the response has been so huge considering 'I tweeted a dumb picture, I didn't invent chopsticks.'
Although she's found the staggering response quite absurd, Bort says it's given her an intriguing insight into how quickly online content can go viral.
She also jokes 'now I knows what Kanye (West) feels like' after she was forced to turn off the notifications on her phone when her social media went into meltdown.
'I just tweeted it thinking a couple of people would be like 'oh', but it got retweeted about ten times in a minute,' Bort told Daily Mail Australia.
'I went to bed thinking it would have blown over by the morning. I think it was on 1000 retweets at bedtime and when I woke up a friend had posted on my Facebook wall to say she had been reading her Irish news site and my tweet was on there!'
She says she has received a range of responses – most commonly: 'what?!?', 'noooo way' and 'my life is a lie' – but her favourite tweets have been the photos shared showing 'failed chopstick hacks' where people have tried to imitate the trick only for it to go terribly wrong.
'Stainless steel forks are an amazing invention,' another Twitter user pointed out.
She now jokes that she has a diploma in Memes – being viral photo jokes – but is amazed a photo she didn't even take has caused so much hype.
'i guess my conclusion from this whole thing was that it was nice to have had responses from all over the world and to see people having some nice discourse about proper chopstick etiquette!'
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