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    17 Small, But Genius Inventions That Made Things A Little Bit Better

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    We've all heard the saying "a little goes a long way." And in the case of these inventions, it's REALLY true! Sometimes a small and simple idea can improve the lives of someone else in a big way, and ultimately make the world a slightly better place. Check it out:


    This park has a swing where a parent and a kid can swing at the same time from mildlyinteresting


    This parking garages floor names to help you remember where you parked. from mildlyinteresting


    This rooftop for bicycles so the saddle won't get wet. from mildlyinteresting


    My toaster has "a bit more" button from mildlyinteresting


    This Korean snack has two notches on the bag, so you can open at the second notch for easier access in the later stages of snacking. from mildlyinteresting


    The local blood bank have these signs to show how much blood they have from mildlyinteresting


    This store has a winter simulator for testing out winter clothing from mildlyinteresting


    This gate that allows horses but not vehicles from mildlyinteresting


    This supermarket has magnifying lenses on their carts to help people read product's lables from mildlyinteresting


    These handles don't connect to the floor so the floor can be cleaned more easily. from mildlyinteresting


    Goodyear tire wear gauge from mildlyinteresting


    My local canal has a little staircase for the ducks to get in and out of the water from mildlyinteresting


    This taxi has a silent alarm flasher to alert a driver behind the cab that there's trouble. from mildlyinteresting


    My shopping bag has a printed holiday pattern so it can be reused as wrapping paper from mildlyinteresting


    These 15mg buspirone tablets can be broken into 5mg doses or 7.5mg doses depending on which side you split the tablet from mildlyinteresting


    This elevator has giant buttons you can push with your feet. from mildlyinteresting


    Bathroom doors at work are floor to ceiling and without stall gaps (USA) from mildlyinteresting

    H/T r/mildlyinteresting

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