Most people think that the hole in the pen's cap is to keep the ink from drying out, but that's not the case. It's done so, that if a child ever swallows the cap,it will give them a airway to breathe until medical attention can be given to them.
Well, the hole is present for two reasons- one to stabilize the inner pressure with the outside and the other is to prevent the glass from fogging up.
It's given so that you can test the effects of different detergents on your new garment.
It's for keeping watches! Jeans was originally invented for gold miners, hence the effect.
One word- ventilation.
As the picture above demonstrates, it is used for more than just hanging.
It's there to strain the the water out of your pasta.
It indicates the side of the car where the gas cap is on.
Simple!It helps hold the hair better.
It helps the water drain out when used outside and can be used for oiling.
They there to suppress high-frequency electromagnetic interference, meaning they make sure your electronic gadgets don't have any kind of unwanted effect.
Every time you feel the blade is getting blunt, just sharpen it again!To do so, take that back cap off, slide the blade out the back end, and use the cap to snap off the end of the blade before putting it all back together again.
It is used for puncturing the seal of the ointment or cream.
When it comes to 10-finger typing, the "F" and "J" keys are the home keys, that's where your index fingers rest. The little bumps let you find your way back to the home position without looking down at your keyboard.
You know this one! It's for hanging them up!
The wings flip up to give you something to wrap the cable around. Start by wrapping the thicker section of cable around the power block, then the thinner part of the cable around the wings, and secure the whole thing with the little clamp on the very end.
It's actually a microphone for the back camera.
It serves as a dispenser that gives you one Tic Tac at a time.
It's because create a seal that keeps the contents of bottle fizzy. Without it, that soda would go flat in no time.
It's for the same purpose as the pink side of it but only on harder and more abrasive surfaces.
It's done so that it compensates for the pressure that the contents of the bottle go through during the corking process. The sides and bottoms of bottles are weak spots, and the indentation helps evenly distribute the pressure inside the bottle. That's why it's so much deeper on champagne bottles, which are under much more pressure due to the carbonation.