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Show hosts Brooke Van Poppelen, former writer and producer for "Girl Code," and Kevin Pereira of "Attack of the Show" take real life life hacks from the internet and test to see if they actually hack it in real life. MTV: Any hacks you've picked up during your time in New York City? In New York, everyone has tips for cutting down time in a line, for beating everyone off the subway and up the stairs so that they can get out first.
We sat down with Van Poppelen to get the scoop on the best hacks she's learned from the show, as well as her own experiences as a seasoned New Yorker and resourceful girl on the go. Van Poppelen: If you are in between getting your hair colored, and you haven’t had a chance to get it fixed, but you have something important you have to kind of pull yourself together for, you can just do a coat of mascara on your grey hair and it blends easily. The city just constantly turns you into a trickster. A classic, and I think most people do this, is after you’ve ridden the train a few times on your commute..find some marker -- for me, it was always this giant water stain and crack.
Van Poppelen: I like any hack where I'm learning about a food short cut. It’s kind of funny, because I’m somewhat of a foodie, and Lazy Cook is somewhere in between.
It’s things like, when you pick the stem of an avocado, if it’s green and ripe, that’s the one you should pick. Everyone is manhandling avocados, when all you have to do is flip up the remaining end of the stem. It’s the day to day stuff where you’re like, I feel smarter for knowing that.