25+ Everyday Things That Make Perfect Purpose When We Understand The Idea Behind
Day by day we use objects that we probably don't know how to use correctly or even know what their real purpose is. In the following list, you will see daily items and what they're used for. And trust us, there will be some that are guaranteed to surprise you. Let’s start!
1. The hole at the top of a coffee cup acts as an insulator for the heat from the beverage. The hole allows the hot steam to escape.
2. The magnetic locks on fuel hoses at gas stations help to prevent the dispenser from being damaged and keeps the fuel from leaking.
3. Bubble baths act as a heat insulator. What does this mean? Your hot bath won’t get cold as fast, compared to if there weren’t any bubbles in it.
4. Some vehicles have detachable headrests in case you get locked in a car, so you can use them to break the windows and escape.
5. If you have ever bought ice cream at McDonald’s, you probably noticed their weird square-shaped spoon. The purpose of it is to mix the ice cream toppings while hooked onto the machine.
6. Containers usually have three handles for when two people need to carry one container.
7. The black film covering the microwave door is an enclosure used to block electromagnetic fields.
8. If you ever asked yourself why the microwaveable rice pouches have tabs at the bottom, it's so that you can open and prevent them from falling over while cooking.
9. You probably noticed that foil packages have flaps on the ends. If you push them, the roll will become properly attached inside the box.
10. Onesies have shoulder flaps so that parents can pull the onesie downward over the baby’s legs.
11. If you push the small holes in chocolate boxes, you'll extract the chocolates easily from the mold.
12. You can use the box of a pizza as a stand if you fold it in the same way as the picture below.
13. The purpose of the hole in the cap of a ballpoint is to lower the risk of suffocation in case a kid choked on it.
14. If you look at an airplane window closely, you'll notice there is a little hole at the bottom. This helps to compensate for air pressure, and it prevents the windows from fogging up.
15. If you buy a new piece of clothing and it includes an extra bit of fabric, it's to test how different laundry detergents will react, so you don’t ruin what you just bought.
16. This little pocket in jeans was made so people could keep their pocket watches inside of it. Although no one uses them anymore, the design remains to this day.
17. These little studs in jeans exist to strengthen the trousers at the most conspicuous spots. They helped the workmen and miners who wore them.
18. Those little holes you often see in shoes are made for ventilation among other uses. In other words, so your feet can breathe.
19. The little holes at the end of a tape measure are made so you can hook it onto a nail and in that way, the tape won’t slip while you use it.
20. And the little serrated-edge is for when you want to mark where your measurement is.
21. Of course, the hole in the handle of your pot works for hanging it onto the wall, but you can also use it to set down a cooking utensil.
22. The hole in your pasta spoon, besides straining the pasta and let the water drain out, it helps you to calculate a portion for one person.
23. The arrow next to your gas gauge helps to remind you in which side of the car the gas cap is.
24. One of the sides of a bobby pin is bent into a zigzag because that is the part that should be in contact with the scalp for a better grip.
25. Padlocks have a little hole in the bottom so it lets water drain out of the lock in case it gets wets due to the rain or other events.
Now that you know the real purposes of all these items, they will never look the same for you. It is important for everyone to know about the proper use of the objects in this list, so share this article with your family and friends. Also, we invite you to keep reading our other articles, surely they will interest you!