"Butt-load" is an actual a unit of measurement.
The Tostitos logo is two people sharing a chip and salsa.
The little gas tank on your car's dashboard has an arrow that tells you what side it's on.
The color magenta does not exist on the light spectrum.
Your shopping cart may hold more bags than you think.
The home icon for Twitter is a birdhouse.
You can spot an invisible "8" in the middle of the eight of diamonds.
Pre-made cookie dough can be cooked in the microwave.
You can tell if a cranberry is ripe by bouncing it.
This is actually the proper way to wear earbuds.
The grooves in your freezer can be used to vertically align your meat trays to save room.
You can store extra staples at the bottom of your stapler.
The word "swims" looks exactly the same upside-down.
You will never be able to see 12 dots at once with this pattern.
The alphabet does indeed have a familiar tune.
You can forgo breaking your nails by using a staple remover to unhook your keys.
And finally, this bit of knowledge: