Here we 10 useless items that actually have a purpose
1. The triangle on your fuel gauge
This shows you on which side of your car the fuel filler is, so you recognize what side of the pump to park on.
2. The small hole at the end of most measuring tapes
It's for you to hook it onto a nail or screw and abstain from slipping.
3. The holes in a plane window
These are designed to maintain the pressure between the three panes of glass in case one breaks.
4. The small pocket in your jeans
This is to hold your pocket watch, despite the fact that not many people wear those anymore.
5. The tape on your rear view mirror
It's there so you can tip it forward and backward, if you find yourself blinded by a car behind you.
6. Padlock holes
These are used as a filter if the padlock is submerged underwater, and it’s also used as a hole for oil to lubricate it.
7. The open end of a pen cap
This is so that on the off chance that somebody gulped the pen unintentionally, they could in any case inhale regardless of the possibility that it's lodged in their throat.
8. The tiny hole on the back of an iPhone
It’s a microphone, just in case you’re filming a video facing away from you.
9. Pasta spoon hole
The hole is for measuring out the perfect portion of spaghetti.
10. The holes in Converse shoes
They're there to keep your feet breathing additionally for an alternate approach to loop your laces if you need more ankle support.