Things you didn’t know about everyday objects. Have you ever wonder about everyday objects that we have at our home or that we daily use?. Do you know what are the hidden purposes of them?. As you can imagine, most of us use our everyday household items without paying attention to the design and appearance. Here are some details that most of us don’t know about our everyday Objects. facts you never knew.
The little pocket in ladies panties
Have you had noticed the small pocket in ladies’ panties? Many people think this little pocket is placed there to hide things inside. This is not true, this is according to health standards, and the inner layer is made from a special soft tissue, so this is the real purpose of leaving the one seam out is to make it faster to sew the garment
Hole in the lollipop stick
Why the hole in the lollipop stick? This tiny hole in the on the bottom of your lollipop is designed especially for the candies not to fall in the production, so the liquid candy substance fills this tiny hole, once it`s cooled down down this tiny hole will prevent that the candy fall.
Did you know male bee do not have stingers and when male bee climaxes, their testicles explode and shortly after they die?.
Buttons on women´s clothing
Have you ever wondered why the buttons on women´s shirts are on the left of their clothes? If you did not know the buttons were placed on the left to make it easier for their maid to dress them. Well, let me tell you a bit more. When buttons were invented in the 13th century, they were like most new technology.
In Victorian times wealthy women used to wear several layers of clothes with lots of buttons to show off their status and these same rich women would not dress by themselves, but usually, be dressed by servants and by ladies-in-waiting.
Atoms in a cup of water
Did you know that in a single glass of water there are more atoms, than glasses of water in all the oceans of the Earth? Maybe you have ever heard this before
The line on toothpaste
What do you think about the colored square on toothpaste?
Many people believe the colored square on your toothpaste is telling you something bad about the chemical inside your toothpaste and that you must be aware of the potential health effects.
According to the colored squares on toothpaste tubes identify the composition of the toothpaste enclosed therein. well, the marks tell packaging machines when to perform certain tasks such as crimping tubes and cutting etc.
These are the meanings of the toothpaste colors:
- Black = purely chemical components
- Blue = Natural and medicinal products
- Red = Natural and chemical components
- Green = Natural products.
Do you know why pirates wore an eyepatch?
The myth says that Pirates wore a patch over an eye to see better in the dark so they would be prepared for battles in order to have one eye adjusted to the below-deck darkness and the other adjusted to above-deck daylight. The fact that some pirates wore eye patches most likely had nothing to do with a missing eye.
facts about velcro
fact about velcro you may not know. The velcro was invented in1941 by George de Mestral a Swiss man, one morning he went for a walk in the wood and he noticed how Burdock seeds cling to his dog pant and to his pant and coat and that’s where he got the idea from.
Q-tips was invented in the 1920s by Leo Gertezang. One day he saw his wife paste cotton balls on both ends of a toothpick to extract wax from her ears. The first funny name for q-tips was Baby Gays.
Bobble on the hat
The first bobble appeared in the 18th century by French marines. This funny bobble on the top of the hat it was very useful and the original function was to protect sailors’ heads from getting bashed when they bent down. Ship`s cabins had very low ceilings, so this is the reason why the Marines placed the bobble on the hat.
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