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Adorable 3-Year-Old Girl Teaches The Internet How To Change Car’s Oil

She has her own YouTube series dedicated to her awesome fix-it skills.


The internet loves ingenious kids who can recite the capitals of all of the world’s countries, cook and bake like a seasoned chef, or speak in several languages. One toddler puts all of her contemporaries, and a majority of adults to shame with her particular set of skills. This little three-year-old is a better car mechanic than some older people!

Known only as the “Little How-To Girl,” this wee blonde prodigy already has a series of videos showing her genius mechanic skills many adults have difficulty figuring out.

Like changing the oil in a car.

In a YouTube video titled “Episode 8: How To Do An Oil Change,” the cute toddler started by jacking her parents’ Nissan Juke 4×4.

She went through all the basic steps, including laying down newspaper on the garage floor to prevent a huge oil spill.

Because despite her skills, babies her age can be messy.

The little girl wowed (and continues to awe) many viewers by undertaking the intricate task. Not a lot of people can own up to her adulting skills.

With her hair in a scraggly ponytail, the Little How-To Girl checked and drained the oil with all of her tools spread out around her.

She didn’t even curse or break out into a sweat like most other adults would have done. Instead, she took a break in the middle of her chore to have a snack and sing a song.

“Let the oil drain. Eat a cookie.”

Break over, she calmly proceeded to finish the job.

Her awesome feat has netizens in a tizzy. Some viewers commented that the three-year-old knows more about cars than they do.

And they’d be right on the money.

Others offered to pay six whole cookies if the Little How-To Girl could change the transmission on their BMW.

Needless to say, the Little How-To Girl is the star of the show. In her video series, she also shows adults how to wash a vehicle, how to clear a clogged sink, how to replace a lawn mower battery, and a host of other awesome skills.

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These pieces of advice should help you and your partner keep your marriage happy.

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Every husband and wife should memorize these!

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Depressed Teen Wanted To Shave Her Hair, Stylist Spends 13 Hours Fixing It Instead

This hairdresser not only restored the young girl’s hair but also her self-confidence.

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Such is the case with a 16-year-old girl who recently visited Kayley Olsson, who works as a hair stylist at the Capri Waterloo salon in Iowa, to shave her tangled, messy hair. “Just cut it all off,” the depressed teen said.

Olsson, however, refused the request.

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Semi-Paralyzed Man Spent Three Years Carving A Road Through A Hill All By Himself

He spent almost six hours every day just to complete his work.

Sixty-three-year-old Melethuveettil Sasi of Kerala, India has got to be one of the most determined people one could meet -- and he is semi-paralyzed. Even in his state, he managed to carve a road through a small hill near his home and he completed it in three years using only the most basic of tools.

Sasi doesn’t know anything about the Mountain Man of Bihar, Dashrath Manjhi, who also worked on a similar project for 20 years using hammers and chisels, but somehow, he was able to complete the same challenge.

The former coconut tree climber can barely move his right hand and walk.

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