Why is it difficult to drink from an overturned bottle or flask when its neck is tightly covered with lips?

The total pressure of water and air in the bottle does not exceed the pressure that is created in the mouth and lungs of a person during inhalation (with expansion of the chest); therefore, water does not flow down the throat of a person who has tightly wrapped his lips around the neck of a bottle or flask.

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