22 Annoying Things, Explained With Science

Contrary to what your sixth-grade self said, science is actually pretty cool and not at all only for people who deserve wedgies on the daily. Between explaining actions and reactions and helping to give us 'Breaking Bad,' it's also pretty useful for telling us all about the little things in life that really bug the shit out of us.

What kind of things are we referring to? Well, we'll let our readers explain ...

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Entry by Comunacho

22 Annoying Things, Explained With Science

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Entry by JadeCampbell

Why are chip bags always half empty? The extra air is called slack fill, and it's actually nitrogen, which helps protect the chips and keeps them ta

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Entry by Chan Teik Onn

CRACKEDCO Ever wondered why the sound of a crying baby is So annoying? Because you have a healthy brain, that's all. Scientists have discovered that h

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Entry by JadeCampbell

Ever walk into a room and forget what you came in for? Psychologists call it The Doorway Effect. A recent study tested subjects' memories through a

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Entry by Sagar Parikh

Why don't all the corn kernels pop? Corn kernels pop because the moisture present inside heats up to produce steam; this eventually leads to the kerne

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Entry by Mozartella

CRACKEDCON You've probably experienced this annoying problem before. RLAA Surprisingly, there's a scientific explanation for it. Researchers named the

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Entry by gicusudoru

Having an itch and scratching is the body's way of eliminating potentially hammful irritants or external objects. The stimuli irritate receptors in th

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Entry by 3mpetri

Your slice What kind of of bread dark magic always is this? falls butter side down? Apparently, it's all due to the height of the table. After the bre

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Entry by pkerguy

CRACKEDcO COM YOUR CAT THINKS Gou SUCK AT LIFE BYLEAVINGO DEAD ANIMAL ON THE BAGK LPORCH YOur CAT IS ACTING OUT TOTSMATURABROLOASMOTHER AND TEACHER TO

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Entry by LilySprite

Hate every picture of yourself? An effect called mere exposure, formulated in 1968 by psychologist Robert Zajonc, says that we prefer things we see

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Entry by okojemiako

CRACKED c COM Do you hate the look and feel of wrinkly fingers? It turns out, our pruney extremities are great for gripping wet objects. Our ancestors

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Entry by Chan Teik Onn

Why do we always feel the urge to listen in on another's phone conversation, getting distracted in the process? Well, that's because we subconsciously

After a long week you are finally ready to relax and enjoy a little golf with your pals, but just as you head out the door it begins to rain. So why d

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WHEN YOU SHAKE THESE BUBBLES A SODA CAN. YOU CLING TO THE SIDES ADD ENERGY TOIT. OF THE CAN AND PRESS AGAINST THE DRINK LIKE COUNTLESS TINY PLUNGERS.

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Entry by Sagar Parikh

GLpe MEo Granny knot Reefl knot If your shoelaces are frequently coming untied, then you might be using a granny knot. The loops of a granny knot si

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Entry by Chan Teik Onn

Flies are annoyingly hard to swat because their tiny brains are capable of analyzing the situation and coming Up with an escape plan 100 miliseconds a

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Entry by Chan Teik Onn

Can't function without a cup of coffee in the morning? Yet can't resist the urge to poop after the first sip? Scientists believe that the acidity of c

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Entry by CheezyWorm22

Juice Splashing Back On You? Most people pour juice from a carton with the opening closer to the glass, but this causes air to become blocked inside t

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Entry by Sagar Parikh

CRAGKED.COM ONE CCROMONY Few things are more annoying than a shirt which requires ironing in the morning. The polymer molecules in fabric are linked t

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Entry by Chan Teik Onn

CRACKED CO Whenever you look at holes, you feel your skin crawl. This is aceyrarranged a known as 'Trypophobia'. Scientists believe that this conditio

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Entry by Vicki Veritas

22 Annoying Things, Explained With Science

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Entry by LilySprite

Why do paper-cuts Edges of paper are dull and flexible, much? So not sharp and smooth hurt like a blade. This causes more pain for 2 reasons- 1.More m

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