Many objects have little secrets – hidden features that could change your life – if you take the time to discover them. From the secrets behind the lines on drinking cups, to why you often find pompoms on the top of hats, Here are 10 things you didn’t know have secret hidden uses
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Be Amazed at these Top 10 Things You Didn’t Know Have Hidden Secret Uses! Pompoms On Top of Hats – Pom-poms, in any situation, are surely the height of frivolity. Who invented the pom-pom? And why weren’t they doing something better with their time? That Little “Button” On The Bottom Of Your Rearview Mirror – Rearview mirrors are a classic example of the kind of object we take for granted. How many times did your driving instructor yell at you to check the rearview mirror during your lessons? Let’s be honest, it was his primary function. Pipe Cleaners – The pipe cleaner is now renown as an essential arts and crafts tool – you likely played around with them when you were young to create all kinds of artistic stuff for craft projects. Patches That Aren’t for Patching – Ever wondered what those little patches of fabric that come with your expensive new jeans or designer top are for? Perhaps it seems too obvious to waste your time on. The Black Dots At The Edge Of Car Windscreens
There are things we see and don’t see at the same time. Almost everyone will have noticed, at one time or another, a puzzling feature of car windscreens – the little block dots around the border of the windscreen. Coins With Ridges Around The Edges – Here’s another feature we encounter almost every day and barely notice – the ridged edges of coins. What are they for? Why aren’t coinsjust round and smooth? The answer is a tribute to the ingenuity of criminals and those who set out to foil them. Purpose of Silica Gel Packets in Boxes – You open a box of brand new shoes, there’s a little packet of gel in there. Brown Beer Bottles – It may be true that alcohol kills brain cells, but it can also provide us with the ability to see things in a new light and to question those things we take for granted. The Little Bumps In Your Car Tyres – This one is for the truly eagle-eyed. Drinking Cup Lines Are There As Measurements – Solo cups are a symbol of freedom – specifically, the freedom to drink too much keg beer at college parties before passing out and waking up in a hedge wearing someone else’s hat and no trousers.