Captioned, "OMG IF YOU SCREAM INTO A PAN AND COVER IT WHEN YOU UNCOVER IT YOU HEAR IT”, a twitter post blew up the internet when people started following the offbeat trend.
On the off chance that you shout into a pot and rapidly close its top, does your scream get locked in until you expel the cover and release it to the world? The appropriate response is no, however, that hasn't halted a group of individuals on Twitter from attempting it.
A Snapchat video that circulated around the web on Twitter this week commenced the rather bizarre trend. It demonstrates a young lady inclining her face into a cooking pot while screaming, rapidly covering the pot with a top, and after that removing it a minute later.
oh damn, y’all just gotta be fast fast pic.twitter.com/Cadg3Bu4a3— jess (@jessicubs) April 30, 2019
"OMG IF YOU SCREAM INTO A PAN AND COVER IT WHEN YOU UNCOVER IT YOU HEAR IT," the caption says. And in fact, a similar scream can be heard in the video as the pot is revealed, however, whether it's originating from the pot itself or somewhere off the camera isn't so clear (except if you have a fundamental comprehension of how sound functions).
Fortunately, 21-year-old Kevin Corona told the Daily Dot exactly how his girlfriend's sister pulled off the rather shocking trick. "She actually screamed with her mouth closed and that’s the sound you hear when she opens the lid," Corona stated, including that she got the idea from The Suite Life of Zack and Cody.
Strikingly, Corona posted his video way back in January 2018. For reasons unknown, it didn't take off over the web until this week, when it piled on in excess of 128,000 views—and truckloads of impersonations. Even more shockingly, somebody's pet bird even gave it a shot and nailed it.
I don't think it's working pic.twitter.com/x8yKSF7xUN— Khalid Al-Rayes خالد الريس 🥝 (@kiwirayes) May 1, 2019
Also, despite the fact that Corona says the unexpected consideration regarding his video has been exceptionally "random," he's quite pleased by it, just like his better half and her sister. "I think the whole situation is funny and it’s funny seeing people trying to attempt yelling in a pot, to hear back the scream," Corona said.
In other bizarre social media trends, moms are now applying makeup during labor to get that perfect post-childbirth selfie! Various surveys have discovered that 68 percent of British ladies had applied make-up on the day they conceived an offspring, on account of the tremendous pressure of looking good in their post-childbirth photographs for their social media accounts.
According to surveys, 66% of moms-to-be, aged between 18 to 31, will likewise put resources into beauty treatments ahead of their big day, with half getting nail trims or pedicures, and a third choosing shower tans and blow-drys. Furthermore, it appears as though post-birth beautification is a worldwide trend if these Instagram snaps, shared by new moms from around the globe, are anything to believe.