This is a video of a garden hose that was left out in freezing temperatures overnight while coiled up. The next morning its owner uncoiled it, turned on the water, and SURPRISE: got a free pile of cylindrical ice cubes. That's weird because when I did the same thing growing up I didn't get anything but yelled at by my dad. Hit the jump for the video.
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