4. Fill TP rolls with dryer lint for a fire starter
I’m not sure who the first person was who stuffed a bunch of dryer lint into a TP roll and lit it on fire, but goddammit they were onto something.
5. Freeze a gallon of water to keep food fresh
You’d think this would take up valuable cooler real estate. BUT the jug-shaped block of ice will last much longer than cubes, and after it melts, you’ve got a gallon of ice water at your disposal.
6. Use an Altoid tin to house a survival kit
Step 1: Eat Altoids
Step 2: Enjoy minty fresh breath
Step 3: Fill empty can with matches, sandpaper, small compass, small knife
Step 4: Survive, grow old