17 Hidden Secrets In Everyday Items

“As something of a practical person, I was having a difficult time in justifying this purchase.”

“Imagine my girlish delight at turning it over to reveal a pencil sharpener, and thus an excuse for my frivolity.”

“My black headrest shows up completely differently to the black chair on infrared.”

“The remote to our new Christmas lights has timer options for 6 hours, 8 hours, and… 6,639 hours?”


“No, it means: 6 hours on, 6 hours off, 3 hours on, 9 hours off.”

“This envelope someone sent me is a map inside.”

“My daughter’s tiger has distinct bright and dark stripes in normal light, but is entirely pale white in night vision.”

“I peeled back the packaging on my Barbie themed tube of lip balm and discovered the packaging of a different brand underneath.”

“My ornament has a hole for a light to poke through so it mimics the lit lighter from this movie scene.”

“The LEGO Adidas Shoe has you stepping on a LEGO piece printed on the insole.”


“My new fitted sheet has a pocket on it.”

“I opened a thrifted fern book from 1961 to find a total of 4 dried ferns inside!”

“$2 for a lifelong friend sounds like a good deal to me.”

“I found this cute egg thing in a trash pile and cleaned it up. It’s pretty neat.”

“I found someone’s secret stash in a 1976 book from a high school library in Utah.”

“We were handed down chairs built during the Great Depression.”

“Lumber must have been hard to find at the time because our chair is made from an old Ouija board.”

“I finally found something cool and unusual. A tin can light!

“This panda and cub were just sitting in the farthest corner of the store on the highest shelf.”


“My mother-in-law’s ‘new’ couch has a phone in it.”

Credits:  brightside.me

One comment

  1. Apparently the first one never turned it around and saw the hole in the back where you stick the pencil in.

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