Can you spin a top on yogurt’s surface?


Can you spin a top on yogurt’s surface?


^is it possible?


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Most Helpful Guy

  • That'd have to be some thick-ass yogurt to pull it off. I just got some yogurt and tried it-- why not.
    And the top just got stuck at the top and fell in a bit. The viscocity of yogurt is not enough to create a surface for a top to spin. It's consistency basically grabs on to the top instead of letting it rotate from friction.

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    • LOL... glad to see u actually tried... didn't xpect someone would actually do :p

    • Thanks for MHO. Apparently the waste of yogurt was worth it xD

What Girls Said 3

  • Why would you want to?

    And probably, if you were to dry it out.

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  • Only if it's frozen Greek yogurt

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  • What flavor of yogurt?

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What Guys Said 2

  • Would you be able to do it on frozen yoghurt but there my theory ends since I have no yoghurt or a top.

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    • hahaha seriously i'm gonna buy some yogurt and some tops to give it a try

  • NASA or some other agency should try and find out.

    NO WAIT: MYTHBUSTERS!!

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