Okay, maybe "genius" is going a little too far, but consider the following:
You know how when you're unrolling tinfoil (or plastic wrap) the stupid tube comes out of the box and bounces on the counter and then it falls on the dirty kitchen floor and you try to roll the foil back onto the cardboard tube but your hand slips and you cut your finger on the stupid metal teeth on the box and instead of wrapping your leftover lasagna you end up crushing a dirty ball of tinfoil in your bloody mangled hand while cursing whatever idiot invented the stupid tinfoil box?
Well, those days are over my friend. I was watching "The Wheel" the other day and Vanna White shared a helpful hint. Apparently there are tabs at the ends of tinfoil (and plastic wrap) boxes that you are supposed to press inwards. These tabs hold the roll in place and help prevent the aforementioned tragedy from occurring.
Puzzle Bobble is an arcade classic! Click the image below to play.
For those of you who are not familiar with the game, the object is to make all of the bubbles on the screen disappear. Click the "Start" button onscreen to begin playing. Use the left and right arrows on your keyboard to move the launching device on the bottom of the screen. Press the up arrow on your keyboard to fire a bubble. When you match three or more bubbles of the same color they will pop (dropping any bubbles that are hanging beneath them). Have fun!