Watching a Bubble Freezes In The Cold Is Oddly Satisfying (Woow)

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You’re never too old to relive your childhood days. This woman recorded a video of a perfectly round soap bubble that she created, which was gently placed onto a pile of snow. Then she sat back and watched an amazing transformation.

image/text credit: Gloria Allwin

Thankfully she recorded it for all of us to enjoy, too.Watch the video below to see this bubble grow stronger and stronger by the minute. Wow, I want to try this!

While it takes some practice, anyone can recreate the jaw-dropping effect at home—so long as “home” happens to be somewhere very, very cold.Go outside when the temperatures are below freezing 32 degrees F. The colder the better.

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Allow your bubble solution to cool before blowing bubbles.Find a place outside that is cold and protected from the wind.Blow a bubble and catch it on the bubble wand.Wait. The bubble won’t freeze immediately. Depending on the temperature outside, it may take a few seconds to a few minutes to freeze.When the bubble is frozen, touch it lightly and see what happens.