Once in a lifetime

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supatrollfaice 0 karmaNovember 2013
Ah, but which way up is the water?
Kitkat_Kitty 0 karmaNovember 2013
Good job. You broke physics.
joh2141 +1 karmaApril 2013
This is clearly the work of Satan-worshiping
Nathanos +1 karmaApril 2013
Can't Handle My Swag
If this was the work of satan that glass would be on fire. And the water may have transmuted to blood.
whataposhtot +1 karmaApril 2013
The video thing has got me into hysterics!!
cheden4 0 karmaFebruary 2013
Faked, but not fake.
omgstupidlag 0 karmaFebruary 2013
Lolol he prob put saran on it and put it upside down.
mychemicalromance 0 karmaFebruary 2013
now how da fuck did he do dat :/
Badgertg +5 karmaDecember 2012
Letting the days go by,
Water landing upside down.
Letting the days go by,
Water landing upside down.
Onto the floor again,
You'll only get to see this
Once in a lifetime:
Water landing upside down!
slavicwarlord 0 karmaNovember 2012
ThomYorkesLazyEye -7 karmaNovember 2012
Double Fisted Finger
Litch001 +2 karmaNovember 2012
You utter...utter....arse xD
ThomYorkesLazyEye +1 karmaNovember 2012
I'm Sorry, I Almost...
Thank you
Litch001 0 karmaNovember 2012
Lol, epic response it epic
elliottgray +1 karmaSeptember 2012
so the glass fell vertically and force from hitting the floor was not enough to shake the glass from a vertical stance?.
razzed1996 -20 karmaSeptember 2012
razzed1996 -21 karmaSeptember 2012
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EJayM27 +2 karmaSeptember 2012
Rownana -3 karmaAugust 2012
I do this with a table mat with my friends to piss them off. When your friend leaves the room.... Put the mat on top of their glass of whatever they're drinking and flip the glass upside down with the mat still on top (if you do this well enough, no water will leak). Then, put it down on a flat, hard surface and slowly slide the mat from under the glass. Laugh when your friend returns xD

But I don't see how you managed to do this with the glass just falling. I don't see it as possible
darkgran +1 karmaAugust 2012
this works when some water leaks out of the glass but no air. so you form an airtight seal with water but as some of the water has leaked out (needs to soak into something not fall out) you increase the volume the air in the glass occupys so the presure is reduced cauesing the presure of the air outside the glass being higher than the preasure inside the glass this holds the water inplace but no it could not be done by a glass falling off a table realisticly but it could work on carpet as..
darkgran 0 karmaAugust 2012
when you do this you should be able to break the seal with your finger or other item ie carpet fabric and the water should stay in so long as you don't displace too much of the water.
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