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20 Things You've Always Wondered What To Call

Unless you do know what the things at the ends of your shoelaces are called for some reason, weirdo.

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2. Ever wonder why some binders have holes cut into the cover? Those are called space-saver slots.

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Those slots give the binder more structural stability, and help cut down on the width of the binder overall.

4. The loop on the back of a dress shirt is called a locker loop.

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Once upon a time, sailors' uniforms had a similar loop that they used to hang their shirts in the tight quarters of the ships they worked on. The trend caught on, and by the 1960s, many Oxford shirts had similar loops.

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