Thursday , 23 March 2017

Surprisingly Useful Inventions The World Didn’t Know It Needed

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The chair that has a notch cut into it for your bag.

You may never eat Pringles in the same way again.

The radio that doesn’t play until your seatbelt is buckled.

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These Pringle-like crisps with a tab that lifts them up so you don’t have to put your hand in the tube.

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The mirror with a heated section in the middle so it doesn’t steam up when showering.

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The sewing kit that comes pre-threaded.

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The gum that comes with a tiny set of Post-its for throwing it away when you’re done.

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The vending machine for dogs.

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And this one that just sells mustard.

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The Canadian store that gives a bigger discount the colder it gets outside.

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The Korean petrol station where the pumps hang from the roof, so it doesn’t matter which side your petrol cap is on.

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The school that has somewhere to lock up your skateboard.

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This mango that has a sticker that tells you the optimum colour for taste.

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The USB sticks that show you how much space has been used.

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And this one that’s made out of paper!

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This biker’s jacket that has brake lights and indicators.

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Ninety-nine-packs of beer.

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This 21st-century tie.

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Messages that appear only when it rains, thanks to hydrophobic liquids.

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The Dutch supermarket that lets you test its different varieties of toilet paper before you buy.

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The desks in this school that have pedals to encourage the children to be active.

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Mirrors with TVs in them.

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The classic phone box that has been repurposed as a defibrillator.

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The restaurant that has a button you press when you want the bill.

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