There is nothing more luxurious than vegging out on a couch with a box of chocolate. Milk chocolate, dark chocolate, strawberry-flavored chocolate, any will do. Even those small raisins and nuts that are covered with chocolate can be a great supplement in an hour of need. So when we finally do get a spare moment to stuff our faces with the brown gold, the last thing we want to do while on cloud seven is to struggle with removing the chocolates from the box.
This is why the manufacturer came up with this. Push the hole, and the chocolate will jump out with no hassle—one of the world’s smallest and greatest inventions.
Nothing beats a warm bubble bath on a cold winter's day, moments (or hours) of tranquility where no one disturbs you, and all you need beside you is a glass of wine. From a relaxing bath for yourself to a fascinating adventure for the kids. Did you know that the bubbles have another purpose besides giving your bathwater a good smell and nourishing properties? So although they seem fragile and unimportant, they carry with them a lot of responsibility.
The layer of bubbles prevents the warmth of the water from escaping, so the bath's water remains hotter for longer (only valid with modern acrylic baths).
All parents know that if there is one thing frustrating in bringing up a baby, it's clothing. We change our baby's clothes sometimes three or four times a day, they get dirty within no time, however, they are adorably cute. Baby clothes manufacturers took everything into account and came up with this to make life easier.
The flaps on the baby's onesies are intended to make it easier to take them off the legs and not the head. Using the flaps, you can take the onesie off the baby's shoulders first. Very useful if you have a messy one.
When you are not in the mood for walking up the stairs, when you have too many shopping bags in your hands and need the easy way up, or when you are strolling in the mall, the escalator is your best friend. The brushes on the sides of the escalators are not there to polish your shoes. They are not there to clean the sides of the escalator either. They are there for pure safety reasons.
Having these brushes on the escalators prevents people from placing their belongings on the sides and avoids dangerous incidents of coats and bags getting caught between them.
Next time you grab yourself a mug and get ready for your afternoon cup of coffee accompanied by two of your favorite cookies, remember what you are about t read. The grooves on the bottom of cups and mugs are there for a reason ( have you ever wondered why all cup designers add these grooves)?
Basically, they are there to allow a better flow of water when washed in a dishwasher and allow the cool air to flow through, which prevents them from cracking when hot drinks are served. Our question is, how were the cups designed before the dishwasher was invented?