r/blackmagicfuckery • u/Horse0nSauce • Feb 04 '23
Was making breakfast this morning trying work out where this clicking noise kept coming from. I was slightly confused to see the milk lid moving on it's own.
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u/Playful_Squash_1611 Feb 04 '23
Yogurt is happening
u/Fiverdrive Feb 05 '23
if eggs start cooking on the counter, give Pete Venkman a call.
u/PlamFred Feb 05 '23
u/ethicsg Feb 05 '23
u/EWMcC79 Feb 05 '23
Human sacrifice, Dogs and cats living together!
u/asrrak Feb 05 '23
Gents is not that hard. The air in the container is colder than the air of the outside. When you take the bottle out it begins to warm up. When air gets hotter it expands, the trapped air seeks an exit and it ends up moving the lid.
u/Certain-Hyena8788 Feb 05 '23
Possible explanations: Milk Ghost, Dairy Demon & Lactose Poltergeist
u/enderbey Feb 04 '23
Top 5 Paranormal Events caught on camera
u/DangSquirrel Feb 05 '23
I swear, so many people are posting stuff that is obviously NOT black magic here lately. It's like y'all never seen a poltergeist or something, smh.
u/appel12345 Feb 05 '23
Moo-ving back to the farm
u/Objective_Brain1452 Feb 05 '23
It means it time to throw your milk away
u/Horse0nSauce Feb 05 '23
Goes off on the 14th lol, smelt tasted fine. had me a bit concerned also.
u/Forsaken_Knee3872 Feb 05 '23
the jug is burping
u/Educational-Bed-6821 Feb 05 '23
u/KingOfTheDepths Feb 05 '23
u/BurnzillabydaBay Feb 05 '23
Yeah, what’s that about. First time I saw it I was a kid and scared the pants off me. I was sure it was a ghost lol
u/aioli-boba Feb 05 '23
u/Ghazzz Feb 05 '23
mmm. fermenting milk.
u/SPIDERMAN3VENOM Feb 05 '23
Dad’s spirit locked inside the milk
u/beric_64 Feb 07 '23
Its the ghost of a 1950s milkman tryin to tighten up your milk so you don't spill it.
u/Commercial_Working56 Feb 05 '23
It's like an aluminum can compressing in cold areas and making a loud noise after being in a warm room for a bit because it's now expanding instead of compressing
u/smb3d Feb 05 '23
This happened to me a few times as a kid. It always happened with the old style milk jugs with the thin press on lid.
u/Skidd745 Feb 05 '23
This right here is black magic at its absolute fuckery-est. Thank God for OP /s
u/ZackDaddy42 Feb 05 '23
Anyone with kids has likely heard sippy cups do this same thing.
u/ObamaSimp34 Feb 05 '23
It’s like that episode of love death, robots where the yogurt becomes sentient and take over. Like seriously, am I the only one thinking of that??
u/AccurateAd551 Feb 05 '23
I'm a barista and have seen this as well, no idea why it happens though
u/moistdelight Feb 05 '23
We have silicone tops for our glass milk bottles and they will pop off if you leave the milk out for a little while.
u/Nixxion1738 Feb 05 '23
have you seen interstellar?
u/No-Explanation-9234 Feb 05 '23
It's air you numbskull.
u/Delta8ttt8 Feb 05 '23
The defect in this one is bleach.
u/Scuttleboi19mk2 Feb 05 '23
u/Funny-Jaguar6148 Feb 05 '23
Water expands when warming up so as to push air out of bottle wala
u/maricopa65 Feb 05 '23
You're going to have cottage cheese pretty soon.
u/Bubbles_Sunnyvale Feb 05 '23
I aint never seen no almond or oat milk do that shit
u/NicolasBW_11 Feb 05 '23
Pressure build up
u/fugyouPutin Feb 05 '23
the jug has been squeezed and is under pressure to reform to its original shape
u/slowkums Feb 05 '23
It's been sitting out too long, put it back in the fridge.
u/PreliminaryThoughts Feb 05 '23
Your milk about to go off
u/SecularHumanism92 Feb 05 '23
Sometimes this sub just reminds us how much work we still need to put into improving our schools. Adults out here failing to recognize the most basic fundamentals of science...
u/MonkeeKnucklez Feb 05 '23
Yeah, I think the milk has officially been out of the fridge too long
u/tjoeksie Feb 05 '23
Your ghost needs some milk
u/Ambitious_Ad_9637 Feb 05 '23
Milk does a body gooo..oooo…oood.
u/moistyunicorns Feb 05 '23
That’s shit is rotten, toss it!
u/Anomaly---___--- Feb 05 '23
You must've forgotten to let the genie out last night
u/Material-Month-5988 Feb 05 '23
u/tjarblomster Feb 05 '23
Air is warming and expanding, which causes this pression burping.
u/gandharvacoven Feb 05 '23
More like whitemilkahenanigans this one.
u/justinonymus Feb 06 '23
Oh that's just milk farts
u/BthtsMe Feb 06 '23
u/_Veprem_ Feb 06 '23
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u/Less_Following9494 Feb 12 '23
I once had a ketchup lid pop out from the top of the glass container. Their was a pop sound that came with the lid being launched to almost hit the ceiling……another incident while sleeping in a travel trailer, the cap to one the LED lights popped out, but before it popped out i could hear and feel a surge coming. Fuckn weird, i still cant figure out how its possible
u/Less_Following9494 Feb 12 '23
All these scientific answers are spoiling my thoughts of it being a ghost
u/Bullet-Tech Feb 12 '23
You gotta be in NZ. I have that same tissue box on my counter hahaha
u/Horse0nSauce Feb 12 '23
Yep haha, isn’t that straight up how people found where the Meghan movie was filmed too lmao
u/roundboi24 Feb 15 '23
It's just extra pressure being released as the milk heats up and the air expands
u/DubStu Feb 16 '23
Thermal expansion; we have glass milk bottles that come with foil tops, but we swap them for reusable silicone tops when the bottle is in use. Sometimes if we leave the bottle out of the fridge for a short time the top can fly off some distance with a loud pop.
u/CaseAllo744281 Feb 05 '23
I think there is botulism in there and you should throw that out.
u/SpecialistTonight112 Feb 04 '23
I call bs. Squeezing the jug
u/Horse0nSauce Feb 04 '23
Ong I was not touching it, I'm assuming it was gas building up on the lid causing it to happen every 20 or so seconds. You can see on the first one my hand aint on the jug.
u/truffleboffin Feb 05 '23
You would literally be able to see that
Stop shitting on OC posts
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u/ei101 Feb 05 '23
Nothing ever gets past this guy
u/TortoiseHawk Feb 04 '23
Everyone saying he’s squeezing it clearly hasn’t experienced it. The jug has been out of the fridge and is warming up so the air inside is expanding ever so slightly until the cap lifts a bit and “burps” the extra pressure.