19 People Who Found a Surprise in Their Own Clothes
Clothing manufacturers always try to add interesting features to their items that their competitors don’t have. For example, they can add a funny embroidery, attach an unusual label or hidden pocket, or make a whistle or a bottle opener out of belt buckles. Sometimes these features remain unknown until their owners suddenly discover them a few months or even years after the purchase.
“I got a new hoodie with an endless zipper.”
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“After 18 months of wearing this hat daily, I’ve just discovered there’s a pocket on the inside.”
“I’ve just noticed that my belt has a bottle opener.”
“My shorts have a hidden pocket.”
Not only the clothes themselves can be interesting, but also the stories behind the logos of clothing brands.
“My jacket has a spare button sealed in a small pocket inside the jacket.”
“My new socks with individual toes”
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“My shorts have a little mushroom embroidery under the zipper.”
“My sweatshirt has a pocket inside the pocket.”
“The buckle on my backpack is also a whistle.”
“My socks have a left/right designation.”
“My wife’s jumpsuit has special zippers on the back that she can use when going to the bathroom.”
“The front pocket of my jeans has a little sub-pocket inside at the bottom.”
“My new ski jacket has ’rescue sleeves’ with instructions on how to use them if you need a helicopter rescue.”
“My snowboarding jacket has an inside pocket specifically for a minidisc player.”
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This pair of socks has an image of a sad sock on it.
“My backpack has a solar panel on it.”
Such a backpack not only makes life easier, but also helps nature.
“I was walking out of the store, and suddenly the sales assistant cried out, ’Stop right there!’ I got confused and ran.”
“Only at home did I realize what really happened. I thought it was spare buttons and patches, but turned out it was these 2 things!”