Here’s What Happens When You Leave A Coke In Your Car On A Cold Montana Night
Last night's low temperature was somewhere around zero. In my backseat was an unopened, forgotten can of Coke Zero. As it turns out, Coke Zero and zero degrees don't go well together. I'm sure I'm not the only Montanan to make the stupid move of leaving an enclosed fizzy beverage in a vehicle when it's cold outside, but nonetheless I feel pretty stupid. This stuff went everywhere. I'm amazed at the coverage one little 12 oz. can of Coke can manage. The top of the can was completely blown off. In fact, I haven't even found it yet. Thank God it was just a can and not a forgotten 12 pack.
Feel free to share any similar stories so I know I'm not the only person picking frozen soda out of my air vents today.