Secret Reasons You Don't Know About Everyday Things

  • Published on:  Saturday, January 28, 2017
  • There are so many secrets about everyday objects you probably haven't thought about that you don't know. From why all crisps have the same expiry date to why snorkels aren't as long as you'd like them to be, here are 10 more hidden secrets in everyday things.
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  • Raul Watson

    Raul Watson

     3 days ago +3

    The McFlurry thing isn’t a secret if you worked at McDonald’s

  • Lienoeknoek


     5 days ago

    1:48 “old” Dutch tram🥳💪😎 but our trams and trains have two electric lines on the left and one on the right and are always on the same spot.🤷‍♂️

  • CSA62X RezKid

    CSA62X RezKid

     7 days ago

    37 meter snorkel

  • Brian Thompson

    Brian Thompson

     14 days ago

    The print of the checks is NOT micro printing, Technically called MICR Printing.
    Try again on AquaFresh: triped toothpaste was invented by a New Yorker named Leonard Lawrence Marraffino in 1955. The patent (US patent 2,789,731, issued 1957) was subsequently sold to Unilever, who marketed the novelty under the ' Stripe ' brand-name in the early 1960s.

  • RocketRaven101


     21 days ago

    in sweden trains arent even in contact with the catenary thingy XD its just a whole lot of arcing lightningbolts

  • wan wan

    wan wan

     28 days ago

    Took me one hour to say the number five secret (idk how to spell it) CORRECTLY that MEANS IM A GENIUS I CAN DO ANYTHING XD

  • Dana Lee

    Dana Lee

     1 months ago

    The fird stripe is red, because human's blood is red, so that customers don't find their gum bleeding and they think toothpaste heals the gum

  • Raul Garcia

    Raul Garcia

     1 months ago

    Am I the only one who noticed how much subs he has

  • Amy Barry

    Amy Barry

     1 months ago +1

    7:09 they don’t even stir my McFlurry... very disappointed

  • C C

    C C

     1 months ago +2

    I did see in another video that the expiration date most of time is a "Use By" date for best flavor but not spoilage.

  • Everything CORE

    Everything CORE

     1 months ago

    Idk why but the way you said gel when referring to toothpaste made me want to eat some

  • Samúel Týr Sigþórsson

    Samúel Týr Sigþórsson

     1 months ago

    2:00 is it a edit mistake?

  • Tesse Ract

    Tesse Ract

     1 months ago

    First striped toothpaste in 1973 ?? There was striped toothpaste (Signal) from pre-1970

  • Isaiah Small

    Isaiah Small

     1 months ago +1

    ah yes in n out burger is an every day thing over here in Pennsylvania

  • Lee Miena

    Lee Miena

     1 months ago +2

    I feel smarter now

  • touch this generation

    touch this generation

     1 months ago

    Wow nyc

  • Eichi Crafts

    Eichi Crafts

     1 months ago

    Wait 37 meters long

  • Lil Ramirey

    Lil Ramirey

     1 months ago

    so this was 2 or 3 years ago

  • Random Roleplays

    Random Roleplays

     1 months ago +1

    Man I'm out of touch! I had no idea Lays changed their name to "Walkers".

  • Maitreya Huisintveld

    Maitreya Huisintveld

     1 months ago