Friday, June 19, 2009


Why does milk, when poured into a glass and left in the fridge, get colder than when in the carton?

Inquiring minds want to know!

4 little kittens say Meow:

OHN said...

The molecular structure of the material in the plastic prohibits the absorption of the diodes that create the cooling factor.

Oh, and I have a bridge for sale ;)

Nadine Hightower said...

Whatta slob!!!

Mary@Holy Mackerel said...

I didn't realize this...and now I will be up all night trying to figure it out.

Roth Wriscey said...

Why are you putting glasses of milk in the fridge? You and I could never be roommates. Dirty Dave used to do this when I lived with him and I almost disowned him as my "Brother I'm not related to who is a Yankee."

Have you ever put any of your kids in the fridge?

I don't have kids, so for all I know - that's a temptation.