At work we have a refrigerator where we keep large bottles of water so that people can get a drink at anytime and not become completely dehydrated. We actually keep the water in the freezer part—but it is not cold enough to freeze the water. Twice, in the couple months I have been here, something very odd has happened as I went to pour myself a glass. The water was liquid in the bottle, no hint of ice at all, but as I poured it, as soon as it hit the glass, it turned to slush. Extremely weird!—to the point that I feel like I am imagining it. So, here is my question, how does this happen? Liquid in bottle—icy slush as soon as it hits the glass? (One time the bottle had been full prior to this and one time it was half full).
On another note, I think I need to just carry my camera with me to work at all times, so that if it happens again I can document it.