How to drive stick
If you grew up in a home with a garage full of automatic cars, your parents couldn't teach you to drive stick, and your friends didn't want you to use their car and, in the process, ruin it. Fair enough. Now, you can go on YouTube and learn how! Just kidding, YouTube is not a good parent substitute in this case. Offer to buy your friend with a Subaru their next 14 beers and make them take you to an empty parking lot and learn. Then, when you're rich one day, you'll know how to drive that Ferrari.
How to write a check
Okay, granted that most banks have free online bill pay, but once a year you inevitably have to make a security deposit or you run out of cash and your drug dealer doesn't have Square yet. So you need to write a check. It's actually quite simple, and this credit union website will teach you how.
How to iron a shirt/pants the easy way
Everyone who goes to the dry cleaner is an absolute sucker. I know this because I used to be one of them. If your button-down shirt or pants don't say DRY CLEAN ONLY on them, throw it in the washer. While they're getting soapy, go to Bed Bath and Beyond with that 20% off coupon they always mail you, and buy a handheld fabric steamer. After you dry your garments, iron them vertically. So much easier than buying an iron and an ironing board. Bonus tip: you can wash more than one shirt and pants at a time! Go nuts!
Lee Breslouer is a senior writer for Thrillist and his parents taught him all these things. Mostly. Follow him to more ironing tips at: @LeeBreslouer.