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From underwear to coffee cups: 10 everyday objects reveal their hidden functions

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We rarely pay our full attention to everyday objects, so we sometimes neglect one or another detail that characterizes them. And some of their properties and functions escape us as well. Below we reveal the secrets of 10 everyday objects and tell you what their functions are.

1) The “pocket” in the panties

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The inner fabric layer of women’s panties is made of softer material. Although it is sewn on the sides, it usually stays open on one side, making it look like a small pocket. There is no seam at this level so as not to create an unpleasant feeling in the crotch.

2) The little hole in the smartphone

The small hole between the camera and the flash on the back of smartphones is a microphone that improves the quality of sound recordings and assists voice control.

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3) The hole in the ladle

The hole in the pasta ladle is not there to allow the water to drain better. Through this hole, you can measure the amount of spaghetti for one serving.

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4) silica gel

Silica gel is usually provided with new shoes, bags, or devices. These pouches are used to prevent moisture from entering. Most of the time you throw them away, but they still have so many possibilities to offer, for example, to dry a cell phone that has fallen in the water. Moreover, the mention “do not ingest” does not mean that it is a poison, but only serves to avoid confusion with food.

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