In the little office building behind our house, we have a little refrigerator that we keep stocked with soft drinks, water (and the occasional adult beverage) so that we won't have to keep running back and forth to the house when we're working (or escaping). It does a great job of keeping things very cold, which is great in the summer.
Unfortunately, when it turned winter, I forgot to adjust the temperature settings, and at night everything gets doubly cold. I opened up the refrigerator to grab a Dr. Pepper -- and discovered that they had gotten so cold that a few of them had exploded. In between wipes of the spilled soft drinks, I was chucking cans out into the snow; here are two of the victims (or is it culprits??). I didn't realize soft drinks could even explode -- even after 37 years, I'm still learning new things every day!