WHETHER it's to curb a hangover or satisfy a fast food craving, we're all guilty of treating ourselves to a McDonald's every now and again.
But one man, from Australia, has blown people's minds with a shocking revelation – and it's all to do with how you drink from the cup.
If you're anything like us, you simply remove the wrapper off the straw and place in straight in the hold in the centre of the lid.
But did you know there's a simple way to drink from the rim, without having to lift off the plastic lid first?
In a short clip shared to TikTok, the man, who goes by the acronym @elpapa1998, writes: "Maccas cups can be turned into a sippy cup…."
I've gone the last 23 years of my life not knowing about this…"
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He can then be seen demonstrating how there's a little marker on the plastic lid which can simply be pushed down, creating the perfect drinking hole to prevent spillage.
And social media users were left shocked by the sneaky trick.
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"Whatttt I just drink it from straw hole lol," wrote one.
A second commented: "My jaw literally dropped."
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A third quipped: "WHY AREN'T WE TAUGHT THIS IN SCHOOL."
Meanwhile, a fourth added: "No no no No NOOOOO howwhatwhen WHAT WHEN jeez."
A further joked: "I’m refusing to believe this."
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However, others suggested that the specific lids are only available in certain countries.
"Only in USA not in UK," wrote one, to which the TikTok user questioned: "But I'm in Australia?"
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