Why does a tea kettle sing?

Answer The sound of a tea kettle "singing" or "whistling" is a sign the water inside is boiling and ready to pour into a teacup. But why do tea kettles make this noise? The answer is simple physics.WaterW... Read More »

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Does anyone need me to sing for them I am a good singer and love it so much il sing on a show or anything please how about Oprah Winfreys show il sing on that or gmtv or something?

Britain's Got Talent and the X-Factor both hold audiences for singers.You should also consider taking conventional routes such as joining a singing class, starting a band and so on.Make sure to ask... Read More »

How to Turn Your Tea Kettle Into a Whistling Tea Kettle?

The whistle of a tea kettle is a simple reminder that your boiling water is ready to be removed from the stove. Most tea kettles come with a spout that whistles, but occasionally you may encounter ... Read More »

How to Play a "Sing, Sing, Sing" Drum Beat?

Have you ever wondered how to play a Sing, Sing, Sing/George of the Jungle style drumbeat? No? Well, here's how to do it anyway...

Does a steam kettle need to be under a hood?

A steam kettle does not have to be under a hood. With older kettles, the room may get a little steamy if there is no ventilation, but a cracked window would suffice. Most modern steam kettles are s... Read More »