CUP a load of this – the latest viral video which is driving social media users potty.
In a video uploaded to Twitter by user rayMond from Houston – allegedly an employee at US chain Jack In The Box – three different sized fast-food cups appear to carry the same amount of liquid.
This video in which different sized fast food cups appear to hold the same amount of liquid has left people baffledCredit: TWITTER
He demonstrates this by pouring what looks like Coca Cola from the smallest cup into a medium sized one, then into a large.
Bizarrely, each one appears to fill up to exactly the same level.
The post, entitled “They rlly be finessing our ass lmaoo (sic)”, has notched up more than 125,000 likes, over 76,000 retweets and more than 1,100 comments since it was shared earlier this week.
Social media users all over the world are struggling to get their heads around it, with many coming up with theories as to how this could be possible.
In the video, the alleged fast food worker pours the contents of the smallest cup into the medium-sized cup – which also fills to the brimCredit: TWITTER
People couldn’t believe it when the same quantity of drink also appeared to fill up the largest cupCredit: TWITTER
Some suggested that the cups are deceptively designed, while others implied that there was trickery at work.
One savvy Twitter user wrote: “How do we know there wasn’t already soda in there that we couldn’t see?”
Though rayMond attempted to debunk this theory by posting another video in which he reveals the cup is empty and pours the liquid from the largest cup into the smallest.
For some people, it shattered all their fast food illusions.
One tweeted: “Imma bout to drop kick a whole planet level angry at this. I’ll never trust fast food again.”
Others remained confused, saying: “That’s not even logical lol that second cup can fit INSIDE he large cup so there’s no way all that liquid can fit into the second cup WITH room to spare.”
The Twitter user who posted the initial video posted another one in which he attempted to prove the cups were empty to begin withCredit: TWITTER
There couldn’t be anything solid in the bottom of that cup. Amazing!
— Charlie Catura 🕹 (@ImCharlieKatt) November 21, 2017
Yet a video posted by a different Twitter user using a clear liquid appeared to debunk the theoryCredit: TWITTER
However, another video posted by Twitter user damely appeared to disprove the mind-boggling revelation, using a clear liquid.
But people weren’t convinced, with some accusing her of using different cups.
So what is the truth? You decide…
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