So this morning I wake up get dressed and make my protein shake to take with me on my way to work.
It is very very very cold out this morning and me being Socal and all that means 60 degrees. Actually it was around 45.
Anyway since it was so cold out I thought it would be nice to use warm water instead of cold to make my shake, kind of a nice warm hot chocolate, mmmmmmmmmm.
Well, I have noticed in the past that protein shakes tend to produce a bit of gas when mixed with water, usually a little pressure is noticible when you pop the cap on your shaker to drink.
So, this time I decided to use warm water and I gave it a good shaking, don’t want any clumps.
Well does anyone remember what happens to pressure levels when heat is applied to an already gaseous reaction? That right even more pressure!
So I give it a final shake and right as I set it down BOOM!!
The cap flies off and a gyser no less than old faithful itself spews forth. The brown colum of nutritious liquid splashes against the ceiling and proceeds to rain down upon myself, the four walls of the kitchen and every thing within.
To say the least I was pissed.
So anyone eles have anything like this happen.lol