Sunday, October 24, 2010
There was a thing that kept myself busy since I was a child. Really.
I have no idea how many cups of beverages I stirred until now but almost every single time I listened to the sound my spoon made in the cup when stirring.
There was always the suspicion that the stirring noise differs dependent on the the liquid and on the temperature.
Cold milk seemed to sound different to hot milk and a coffee different to ice tea.
Well, finally I extended my breakfast with a scientific experiment to give my poor mind some rest.
What can I say - my theory proved to be right! The stirring sounds ARE different.
You might say "so what?" but for me it was a big deal. A very big deal.
Try to listen to the stirring sound the next time you enjoy a hot beverage. Listening will even extend the joy of it. I promise.