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    17 People Who Are So Much Smarter Than Me It's Embarrassing

    Wish I had thought of that.

    h/t r/mildlyinteresting & r/designporn

    1. The clever person that designed this store to have different surfaces to "road test" strollers.

    A baby store with wood, stone, and brick flooring areas next to strollers
    eyedubb / Via reddit.com

    Parents everywhere: "THANK YOU."

    2. The smarty pants who designed this ruler to have cascading millimeter marks so it's easier to read.

    A clear ruler with millimeter marks of different lengths
    u/132kimh / Via reddit.com

    Ooooooh.

    3. The absolute genius who designed this shirt to have a lens cloth sewn in at the bottom.

    A small patch of lens cleaning cloth sewn into the inside bottom of a shirt flap
    Marvin_k2000 / Via reddit.com

    I need this in all my shirts?

    4. This intelligent paper bag designer who just wants to help.

    A paper grocery bag with instructions on how to pack it properly
    u/Sugalips2000 / Via reddit.com

    This needs to be in every grocery store.

    5. This super smart grandpa who sorted his extra sauce packets into a case.

    A tackle box filled with extra sauce packets
    satchamo87 / Via reddit.com

    Honestly, genius.

    6. The very smart person who had the foresight to add a timer projection to this dishwasher.

    A dishwasher with a light projection of a timer reflecting on the floor
    u/organiksoulkv / Via reddit.com

    Yes. Good.

    7. Whoever designed these benches to be reversible so you can choose your view.

    A wood bench with a back that flips from one side to the other
    thoughtgun / Via reddit.com

    So you can look at the people walking by or the boats out in the marina.

    8. The person who incorporated kick buttons on these elevators.

    Large up and down buttons on the wall down by the floor next to an elevator door
    rastroboy / Via reddit.com

    Carrying packages? No problem!

    9. The genius that designed this shirt with buttons on the inside as well to help prevent annoying boob-gap.

    A button-up shirt with an extra layer of buttons on the inside flap
    kalimoo / Via reddit.com

    People with boobs, I know you know the struggle!

    10. This mom who painted an outlet to blend in with its surroundings.

    A wall outlet painted with rock designs that match the pattern on the wall
    newherel / Via reddit.com

    Good job, mom!

    11. The person who designed this cheeky (but clever) business card.

    A divorce lawyer business card that tears into two parts
    adorubi / Via reddit.com

    One for you and one for the soon-to-be-ex.

    12. The person who designed this umbrella to only show the logo when it rains.

    A wet umbrella with a pattern forming where raindrops are
    jaegee0000 / Via reddit.com

    Subtly clever.

    13. The mastermind who created this pan with a thermochromic indicator to show if it is hot.

    A frying pan with a circle that changes color after it is heated
    RealNajm / Via reddit.com

    I could definitely use this.

    14. The person who had the idea to sort this furniture hardware by step rather than type.

    Furniture hardware separated by steps in different blister packs
    Doctor_Nutsack / Via reddit.com

    Love it.

    15. The person who decided to incorporate a window on this toaster.

    A toaster with a clear side so you can watch your bread slices toast
    ai_is_ded1212 / Via reddit.com

    Very helpful, tbh.

    16. The smarty who designed this spatula with a little stand.

    A spatula with a little metal kickstand
    dgroove8 / Via reddit.com

    Could also be used as a hook perhaps?

    17. And finally, the canny person at this library who created "binge boxes" to loan out.

    Plastic boxes holding several movies of the same genre
    bradshaw1992 / Via reddit.com

    Here for a Coen brothers marathon, tbh.

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