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I meant that flicking it is just to waste time while you wait for forty-five seconds to be upbut anyone who wants to pretend it actually does something, have fun
I tried this today at lunch. Poor me. I`m to weak to flick it hard enough lol. It still foamed at the top but there was substantially less foam like only a lil built up on the top.
And the name of the carbonated beverage varies from different areas of the United States. It matters on what form you grew up with, and where you live.
And "pop" is annoying, sorry to all my mid-western friends. And not all hicks say "pop," antihexe. Us "hicks" in the southeast say "soda," just like all you normal people out west.
However, snapping the sides won`t put the carbonation back into the soda--only make it float to the top--where you`ll lose it when you open it. If you let it sit in the fridge for a little while it`ll recarbonate, though slower than if you hadn`t snapped the sides. There is much more surface area (and thus recarbonates faster) when the bubbles are on the sides of the can rather than all in a "bubble pocket" on the top.
Also the best way to stop your can from fizzing up when you open it... DONT SHAKE IT!!!
Not POP U HICK!
By the way, it`s "pop" not "soda", hehe ;-)