Go figure out manufactory plants. They have wired ways for indicating wired things no one cares about.
The small squares at the bottom of every tube, well, that’s an indication as well. It is there simply to demonstrate if the package can be cut or folded. Who cares?
Colored Ice Cream Scoopers
Ice creams come in a variety of shades, colors, and flavors. The scooping spoons that we use to scoop out the ice cream balls come in different colors, but why?
Each color (apparently) represents a different size of the scoop. So next time you go to the ice cream parlor, ask for blue vanilla, green chocolate, and a red strawberry.
The Divets in a Golf Ball
How far would a golf ball go if it didn't have the dimples all over it? We will probably never know.
The ridges on the ball allow it to fly further and faster, making our golf club hits stretch out for miles.
Legs on an Apple Power Cable
Apple has thought about everything, even giving your power cable legs. At first, we were worried the cable might try to run away, but then we realized why legs were put there in the first place.
The cable can be wrapped around those little plastic flaps, keeping them secured and safe. They are not getting away this time.
Tab on the Rearview Mirror
We always thought that the tab on the rearview mirror is used to make eye contact with the three Ninjas in the car's back seat. It seems that when you tell a child off when looking straight into his eyes, it has a better effect (or not). The tab on the rearview mirror was designed for something completely different.
It's a safety thing. Drivers can use the tab to push the mirror up or down in order to protect themselves from being blinded by the glare of the cars behind them. This tiny adjustment can save lives.