Cheers Nadine! I bet there's more to go around where I get hold of those glasses :)Yes, fascinating! Thank you.
It's magic! Actually, there was a bit of water in each of the larger glasses. You can even see it if you look real close. Neat trick nevertheless!
wow! That IS amazing...hmmmmm
What that is incredible. I don't understand it, but it is still neat.Thank you for sharing, Nadine.Blessings on your Wednesday and always.
Hey that is really neat!!
Weird - and thanks Art for explaining it - I totally missed seeing the bit of water in each glass.
Cool! It seemed that the liquid got more diluted looking as it went into each cup so I'm with Art on this one.
Now that's a fun one! I'll have to show the lambies and see if they can figure it out!
ahhh-- I was going to ask what the liquid was but Art caught on. I thought maybe it was something in the ice that expanded with each pour. Thanks for sharing.
heheh how fun!
I have seen this done before...now I want to try it! Haha :)Thanks for the fun!
Pretty cool. There was already water in those other glasses, right?
It reminded me of how if you give of what you have your blessings multiply...*smiling*
wow - that was pretty cool. what was that liquid.... yuck... i don't think there was water in each glass - didn't look like it to me. but very cool and fun. thanks for sharing. I have had a good time at your fun blog!
lol .. this was such a cool video :) clearly it is the diameter of the glass and not it's height .. was really fun to watch :)
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