The internet is the ultimate source of interesting content which can be endlessly binged on. Whether it's home videos featuring pets or babies, or simply food being cooked - we just can't get enough of scrolling through social media feeds for this very reason. 'Oddly satisfying' videos are found plentiful on various platforms; this is why even Reddit has a thread dedicated to them, r/oddlysatisfying, which has 5 million members and counting. One such unique video recently surfaced on Reddit in the same thread which showed an ice cube inside a cup of hot coffee. Take a look:
This ice cube in my coffee was pleasing to me. Maybe it will be pleasing to all of you as well. from r/oddlysatisfying
The video was shared on Reddit by user u/OsamaBenHolland. It received nearly 48k upvotes on the website and several excited comments from users. The video featured a single ice cube inside a cup of hot coffee. It slowly swirled around in the cup, gradually melting and dissolving into the coffee. But the way it whirled around and the patterns it created indeed made for a satisfying video. The short 7-second clip left users mesmerised and asking for more.
Several Reddit users poured in their reactions to the clip on how scintillating the whole video was. "Lying in bed watching this on repeat is literally putting me to sleep, (sic)" wrote a user reacting to the video. "Anyone else really wants to see it melt completely? Video ended too soon for me, (sic)" laughed another user. One user said that it was satisfying to watch, but unsatisfying to put a cold ice cube in hot coffee in the first place. Others responded saying that it was actually a way to quickly cool down the coffee and bring it down to a drinkable temperature, especially on busy days when you couldn't wait for it to cool naturally.
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