Cade Tarchick has brought in a couple million views on a video after claiming he could do the impossible, and failing miserably.

In his video on TikTok, he claims that he could chug a sparkling water and not burp at all.

If you've had sparkling water, or a spiked seltzer, you know that there's something extra about the carbonation that makes it impossible to not burp at least a little bit.

@cadetarchickIt’s like drinking straight tv static #fyp #xyzbca #follow #viral

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Cade starts the video by saying "Your man might have the Star Wars Lego set Death Star, but can he drink a sparkling water and not burp?"

He starts chugging, and goes for about 6 seconds before he spits out what's in his mouth and starts grabbing his stomach.

"Oh my god, what do I do?" he exclaim before letting out a demonic belch.

As he turns around to try and walk it off, he smacks his head on the partially opened garage door behind him.

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