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Do you drink alcohol often? Viral YouTube video shows how to avoid it



We don’t realize it, but drinks are extremely important to our daily routine. Coffee or tea wakes us up in the morning. A nice drink is the perfect way to complement a hearty meal. In the evening, we refresh our senses with coconut water or sherbet. A common problem with practically every drink is that they often run out of glasses or cups when transported from place to place. Thus, drinks that are completely full inevitably end up making the kitchen and dining areas messy. If you’re looking for a convenient solution to this problem, a YouTuber has found what you need.

The video titled ‘Unspillable Cup’ has been shared by YouTube channel Action Lab Shorts. It has garnered 2.8 million views since being posted. Have a look:

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In the short one-minute clip, vlogger James explains the science of why we sip our drinks. He says the energy of walking exactly matches the energy of sloshing the drink in our cups. Thus, when you walk with a drink in hand, energy builds up until a few drinks are over. “If you can make water and the cups always match the same direction, your water is never going to fall,” he said in the video.

To achieve this, he used an interesting instrument with a string attached to the top. The cup can easily fit into the bottom and move around to prevent the liquid from spilling out. Thus, the cup and the water went in the same direction and did not fall even when walking up or around the stairs.

Isn’t it magical how easily the problem of spilling drinks can be solved? If you have any such hack of your own then we are definitely all ears. Write us in the comments!

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