We’ve All Been Using Ketchup Cups Wrong This Entire Time
There are so many everyday objects that have additional or hidden uses we have no idea about. For instance, did you know that manufacturers make pen caps with holes in the top in case they’re accidentally swallowed? If this happens, air will still be able to pass through the person’s throat. Pretty clever, right?
Anyways, there’s one seemingly insignificant, everyday object that we’re willing to bet you haven’t been using correctly. And that’s those little white ketchup cups found at the majority of fast food restaurants. You walk over to the ketchup dispenser, fill up three cups, and still manage to run out before you’ve even finished your fries.
Well, have you ever noticed that the majority of those ketchup cups have little ribbed edges? This is because they were designed for those ribs to be pulled outwards. This expands the cup, making it able to hold way more ketchup. Expanding the cup will save you multiple trips back and forth to the ketchup dispenser!
Want to see the proof unfold (pun intended) in action? Check out the video below!