• Here‘s something that school
didn't teach you kids.
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    • I'm surprised they didn't teatch it to us considering how useless it is. I thought school was ment to teach you as much useless things as possible before you go into the real world with a lot of useless knowledge and no clue how to progress in life
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    • Um actually they did...
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    • I'm fairly certain I saw this demonstration in like middle school chemistry
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    • James Charles using this trick to convince straight people their actually gay
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    • They did teach us that tho. Soap is made of phospholipds, which form micelle(bubles) and have exterior hydrophobic heads which is what keeps ions from entering cells. Pepper/salt when dissolved in water will form ions that are repulsed by the non-polar phospholipid heads.
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    • Our school actually did teach us this back in like 8th grade, but no one seemed impressed.
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    • Pan__Pan 21 may
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    • I did this in elementary school science.
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    • Yeah they did... diffuses surface tension
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    • Learned that in kindergarden
      PEEBEE 20 may
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    • School did actually teach us that :/
      JustHer 18 may
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    • Don’t know what school y’all went to they showed us stuff like this in third grade and I’ve never thought of it as something important that needs to be shown.
      CapNHook 18 may
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    • But i did learn this in school....
      KvngMikey 18 may
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    • But they did
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    • Pretty sure a majority of people learned this lame experiment in elementary
      MXB_5 a month
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    • I did this in school with milk and food coloring, does the same thing, but makes it pretty 😂
      Skye__ 21 may
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    • I did this in school
      Eevee133 20 may
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    • Actually they do teach this in school
      Mikey459 20 may
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    • Learned that in 2nd grade the hell you mean
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    • this guy still uses pre-ground pepper, grow up and get a Grindr
      JEW_RICK 19 may
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    • Dish soap is a surfactant which basically means that it changes the surface tension of the water, which causes the pepper to disperse. This will also only work if you're gay.
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    • Yeah they did
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    • This teaches kids about surface tension. I learned it.
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    • I learned this in school
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    • yes they did
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    • That's actually where I learned how to do that but ok.
      Revelate 18 may
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    • Actually, this was a science activity in my 6th grade science class.
      lamelion 18 may
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    • Actually yea they did teach us
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    • Anyone else actually do it in school tho?
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    • Did this in some sort of middle school science class
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    • Lol i did this in like 6th grade, it’s surface tension
      MommyVae 18 may
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    • They did teach this. Part of the soap molecule is hydrophobic. Y'all just failed basic chemistry because it looked hard so you gave up.
      Razkatohv 18 may
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    • But they did
      Jely 17 may
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    • They did tho. Remember that 5th grade science lesson about surface tension?
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    • Nigga this was the first science experiment I did in 5th grade fuck off twitter fag
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    • Actually my school did teach me that
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    • So you see I learned that last week in chemistry. It’s called a surfactant.
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    • Teach us what? To waste water, pepper and dish soap?
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    • I was taught this in science class, and just like everything else at school, its absolutely useless and I wish you hadn't wasted my time with it.
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    • If you stay in school long enough theyll torture you with how and why this happens 💀
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    • no i was taught this
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    • They did actually
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    • Well my school taught me that lol
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    • I learned if you spin a bottle and open it it’ll make a whirlpool and the liquid will go out faster
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    • That’s a pretty good way to come out.
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    • Not retarded, already knew Pepper was scared of soap.
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    • But they did
      cornyone 18 may
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    • They thought it on second grade science
      gady 18 may
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    • Actually my school did teach me this in science class...
      gmemes801 18 may
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    • They do teach you. Soap weakens the surface tension of water and the pepper falls to the sides because it's no longer being held in place. The surface tension starts weakining in the center first and radiates outward creating a wave that pushes the pepper.
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    • They do teach it... and it’s not that interesting.
      KuKluxK 18 may
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    • I literally did this in school.
      Hdjshsk 18 may
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    • Jokes on you, we DID learn that in school
      MrMajesti 18 may
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    • I remember doing that in school
      Dombuscus 18 may
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    • That's literally the only thing they teach you
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    • Actually I did learn this at school....
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    • Actually, I was taught this. It has to do with the electrons in the pepper being repelled by a like charge in the soap.
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    • I did this in school
      Nyron45 18 may
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    • Yes they did. They taught me exactly this. Thanks public education
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    • I did that in elementary school
      IsDoABork 18 may
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    • Everyone does this at school
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    • Yes we did, retard
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    • ...was I the only one taught this?...
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    • They taught me this in school?
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    • Actually, I did learn this in school
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    • Doing it with food coloring and milk on a plate Is pretty cool
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    • I learned that in school though but it's not because I'm gay it's because I'm a virgin
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    • Ye i actually did get taught this
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    • I definitely learned that in school...
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    • Sorry but my whole class did this as an experiment in like 5th grade
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    • Actually they did
      madlad575 18 may
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    • I saw this probably 9 times throughout my school experience.
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    • I did that in science 3 months ago
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    • Our school actually did teach something like this
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    • School did teach me this...
      _PH33R_ 18 may
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    • I was taught this in kingergarden but be used food coloring instead of pepper it was like majic at that age
      dango96 18 may
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    • I definitely learned this in school
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    • They did tho, just because you didn't pay attention in chemistry doesn't mean the rest of us didn't
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    • They taught me this in elementary.
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    • But they did teach this. In fifth fucking grade dumbass
      DevinLux 17 may
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    • Someone obviously didn't go to fucking first grade
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    • The pepper moves because the person who puts their finger in is gay
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    • Yes they actually did teach us
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    • They did teach this to us....
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    • I actually did this in science class
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    • They definitely did. It's called science. Just because this exact experiment wasn't done. Doesn't mean you weren't taught the physics behind why it works
      repubaway 17 may
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    • actually we did that exact experiment lol
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    • They did teach us this u all are just to stupid to apply it. It has to deal with charge of each of the substances. Both pepper and dish soap have positive charges and therefore repel each other. It is incredibly basic static charge. (Although dish soap is not innately positive but is polarized)
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    • My grandparents taught me this.....but with a racist twist.
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    • We literally did that in school
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    • Did this in my 4th grade science class. Rip the majority of education systems in the U.S.
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    • This is actually the exact kind of shit they show you in high school chem
      mtndude 17 may
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    • My physics teacher did teach it
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    • That awkward moment when this was an experiment in my science class
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    • School actually did teach me this
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    • They did teach me this.
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