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8 Ordinary Things With Hidden Features Most Of Us Do Not Know About

The diamond with slits on back packs

Initially they were only on tourist backpacks, they were used to carry ropes there, but in the city you can use it to carry an umbrella, a bottle of water or even your sneakers.

The spot near the iPhone camera

I’m sure you have noticed the round hole on the back part between the flash and camera is the second microphone, it is main function is to block the outside noise and make the sound more clear during your conversation.

Toothpicks

Most of us think that this is just a funny design thing, but actually the Japanese toothpick is meant for the top of the broken off and used as a stand, for before and after eating.

Distinct lines on keyboards

The line that you see on F and J on your computer were designed to be a tip for those who can type without looking at the keyboard. They are basic keys where you are supposed to put your pointer fingers. Using the bumps, one can quickly understand where his or her hand is.

The hole in the spaghetti spoon

It was placed there to help you decide how much spaghetti you need to boil, the hole just fits just enough for one regular person.

The drawer under the oven

Mostly people use the drawer to store frying pans and other things but the drawer was meant to be used as a place to keep the food warm. The idea was that prepared dishes would stay warm while something else was being cooked in the oven above.

The pin on a garlic press

It was not only designed as a garlic press but it can also be used to remove pits from cherries. The pin pushes the pit out of the cherry very easily.

Holes in the sneakers

Initially, the first shoes of this kind were meant for basketball players. There were holes on the sides in order allow the sportsmen to make the lace tighter. Some sneakers still have the design but it now serves one purpose of ventilation.

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