Last week, we explored the darker side of life hacking. For those who missed out, we're assembled every naughty post in one place. It's all here -- from remotely monitoring someone else's computer to farting in public undetected.
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Every year, Lifehacker celebrates the dark side of life hacking with Evil Week. For those who still aren't feeling suitably evil enough, we've assembled some of our favourite posts from the Evil Week archives -- from snooping on other people's phones undetected to taking the perfect nude selfie.
Many modern video games present the player with narrative choices that affect the outcome of the story and the fate of supporting characters. As much as some games give you the choice to be delightfully evil, most people will still feel the urge to do what's morally right. This is a shame, as being the bad guy often lead to a more satisfying story. Here are some of the top moments where it's better to make the "wrong" choice.
There's a reason the words timeshare and scam often go together: in most cases, buying a timeshare is a bad financial decision. Because of their notorious reputation, timeshare companies tempt you with freebies like dinner vouchers, concert tickets, or awesome vacations. All you have to do is survive a gruelling, high-pressure presentation. If you like playing with fire, here are some tips for making it to the other side without caving -- and with your free gift.
Tinder can be great for a quick hook-up, but more often than not it's a never-ending trawl through photos that make you wonder what exactly they were thinking. Swipe for long enough and you'll start to notice a distinct theme -- so what better way to celebrate the demise of modern dating culture than with a drinking game?
It’s a time honoured tradition that the banker always steals from the bank in Monopoly. Most cheating in board games isn’t anywhere near as brazen. At least, not if you want it to work. Being tricky is tricky. Cheat too often or too heavily and nobody will play with you. Cheat a little and your opponents may not even notice.
Remember when Anonymous threatened to destroy the entire internet? We laughed and ultimately their words were just hacker hubris. But it got us thinking -- could someone actually destroy the internet? We did some digging, and guess what: with enough effort, the entire thing can be shattered. Physically. Completely. Here's how to kill the internet.
Flatulence is perfectly natural, but when it happens in public, you'd do anything to avoid the embarrassment. Whether they're silent and deadly or loud and proud, here are the most dastardly ways to pass gas around others and slip away like a fart ninja.