The golden rule of the internet is this: don’t believe everything you read.
By “solving” one problem, he ended up making three more!
On his page, he posts all sorts of nonsensical DIY projects for his viewers to cautiously try. He's very obviously a jokester.
For some reason, a lot of Jordan’s hacks involve toilets.
You do so by covering the lid with glue and then tossing sand over it. This way, only you know where your drinks and other personal items are. Viewers weren’t too enthused.
“I can’t stop laughing 😂😂😂 I’ll be sure to bring my toilet seat and glue to the beach, I’ll be enjoying my 2 ice cold drinks also.”
That would certainly solve his problem, wouldn't it?
“mum:did u forget anything
me:yes the toilet,” cracked a fourth.
In another toilet-themed video, he showed parents how they can waste ~~10 minutes~~ create a potty chair.
He then cut pool noodles to create a circle shape and layered them on top of each other Then, for some reason, he took off his shoelace and attached a pack of Twizzlers.
Things got REALLY weird when he created a pasta strainer out of another toilet (How many does he have?!)
Because that’s what everyone needs: pasta noodles that taste like toilet water and pee.
Then, he did it again so that the bands were criss-crossed. The lad insulted all Italians everywhere by straining the pasta out into the toilet.
People weren’t convinced: "nah man, food can't touch bathroom air never mind it sitting on the toilet,” one wrote.
To make this, Jordan added two silver handlebars and a bent-out-of-shape hanger to his toilet. The toilet paper gets rolled through the silver handlebars at the back and front, and the hanger keeps everything taut.
Judging by the comments, people weren't exactly pulling out their credit cards to order one. "Bruh tried to solve 1 problem, created 3 more," a user wrote.
They weren't exactly seeing his vision come to life. "'Hand free' Pulls toilet paper with hands," another commented.
There was the tricky matter of the used toilet paper: "So you just grab all the used toilet paper?" someone asked.
Better luck next time, Jordan!