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A man who revealed how he seals frozen bags of food has blown people's minds.

Philip Quinn, from Queensland, Australia, demonstrated on TikTok how he stops frozen food from spilling out of its packaging when it goes into the freezer.

Although he's known for regularly sharing clips of himself boxing, his simple food hack has caught the attention of many who say he's "changed the game."

In a video that has been viewed more than one million times on the platform, Philip can be seen securing the bag of frozen chips without using any clips.

Instead of chopping off the corner of the bag like most of us tend to, he cuts the bag twice halfway down the middle to form an upside-down triangle.

Make a cut down the middle of the bag
(Image: philiky/Tiktok)

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Then he takes both sides together and ties them into a knot – no clip or band needed.

The on-screen caption read: "Just in case y'all haven't discovered this yet."

Since being posted, the video has received more than 100,000 likes and hundreds of comments from seriously impressed viewers.

He just ties the two pieces together
(Image: philiky/Tiktok)

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One said: "I learnt everything on TikTok no joke."

Another wrote: "You living in the year 3000."

"Ok u just changed thaaa game," said a third.

"It's so simple! And yet I had never thought of it!" admitted another, adding a mindblown emoji for good measure.

And a fifth grateful fan said: "My life has now changed forever, thank you, you wonderful man."

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