Believe It Or Not, These Aren't Actually Design Flaws

From toothpaste tubes to Bobby pins, these household items actually have built-in hacks to make your life easier. Better late than never to learn them, so next time you're doing your hair or brushing your teeth, keep these tricks in mind...

The Fifth Pocket In Your Jeans

Ever wonder what that fifth pocket in your jeans is for? That really small one that can only fit a few coins or a lipgloss? Well, jeans were actually made especially for coal miners because of the tough material, and that pocket is for holding their expensive pocket watches. 


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The More You Know

  • The stickiness of duct tape makes it perfect for a makeshift pet hair remover and this method is faster than vacuuming. It also works on seats in vehicles. A sponge or cloth wrapped with duct tape works great for getting into corners. Wrap duct tape around a paint roller cover, sticky side out.
  • In 1945, Dwight D. Eisenhower predicted that people would try to dispel the holocaust as a falsehood, and ordered all possible photographs taken of the Nazi crimes to hinder any such attempts.
  • Sony’s PlayStation 4 costs $381 to manufacture.
  • There's a word for tapping someone on the opposite shoulder from behind to fool them.
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