What do you do if your ears have a lot of earwax in them? Probably Q-Tips, right? Or maybe one of those sprays that you put in your ear to break up the earwax? That's what 99.999999999% of people in the world would do. But for survivalist Will Millard, there's another way.
Millard spent a year with the Korowai tribe, indigenous to Papua New Guinea, and they taught him a new way to clean his ears! It's simple: you just plop a live grub in there and let it eat the earwax! And you know something? We'll let the ends justify the means on this one, because it sure seemed to work! After a minute or so of chomping around, they pulled that grub out and it was packed with wax!
But still, a word to the wise: A year's supply of Q-Tips still fits in the side pocket of a carry-on bag.