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Awesome Observations About Everyday Items (12 pics)

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You see these things everyday but have you noticed the observations on this list?

1 Awesome Observations About Everyday Items (12 pics)


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12 Awesome Observations About Everyday Items (12 pics)

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№1 Author: m40doug (24 Jun 2014 04:02) Total user comments: 22


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"The origin is debated, but a chainsaw-like tool was made around 1830 by the German orthopedist Bernhard Heine" (Bone saw). I don't know about the "debate", but I'm thinking that's time not use. Please tell me where that info came from, and also did they try anything else like axes and machetes before they went back to scalpels.
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№2 Author: saint357 (24 Jun 2014 13:49) Total user comments: 2366


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I agree^ :09:
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№3 Author: Tomaz86 (24 Jun 2014 16:26) Total user comments: 10813


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Thank you for nothing.:20:
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№4 Author: Maxid (24 Jun 2014 18:34) Total user comments: 531


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Some true, some interesting, a lot of BS.

Refried beans are fried 0 times. "Frijoles refrito" means "beans that are smashed more than once," not "beans that are fried or cooked more than once."

You couldn't have bought the parts to make an iPhone in 1991 at any price because a lot of them didn't exist. You would have had to spend hundreds of millions of dollars to develop those parts, and it would have taken much more than a year before they were available.

Lots of foods don't go bad. Anything with a high enough sugar or salt content, such as.... granulated sugar!
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№5 Author: Lu (24 Jun 2014 20:22) Total user comments: 15066


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#41 So, how do they know that? Anybody been down there yet?
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