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Freddie Wong and the guys from RocketJump are usually seen playing with guns and rocket launchers, but in this clip, they demonstrate their knife skills – with the help of a heaping helping of CGI, of course.
Whipcracking entertainer Adam Winrich and his partner Dakota “practice” their throwing knife routine with actual weapons and their own bodies. Then they add flaming weapons to the mix. Capt. Disillusion won’t debunk this one.
A dangerous trick achieved with soapy water and butane fuel is made just that more awesome to watch by capturing it in slow-motion. Go behind the scenes with BeyondSlowMotion here. Needless to say, do not try this at home.
Either this video shows us the greatest knife throwing trick ever, or some of the greatest video editing fakery ever. Any way you slice it, it’s the most awesome 37 seconds of video you’ll watch today.
Quirkology gives us another two handfuls of tabletop challenges you’ll always come out victorious with. Of course, after the first50tricksorso, your friends have run out of money and have disowned you.
We’ve seen this Border Collie’s amazing aerobatic skills before, but Jumpy does much more than his name indicates. He comprehends English better than some people we know. That “go pee on mommy” trick is priceless.
The Quirkology channel once again provides us with a batch of parlor tricks you can pull on your friends and clean the spare change out of their pockets with. The one with the funnel is just plain mean.
YouTube channel Distort slows down the hands of pro yo-yo player Brian Roberts aka Doctor Popular. They also share yo-yo trivia, at least one of which is wrong: “yo-yo” is not the Filipino term for “come back.”
He had us at that perfect coin flip. You don’t need to understand Portuguese to know how skilled this guy is with his oversized forklift. If you like seeing precision from big machines, check this out too.
Take a good, long look at this mind-bending image. Then try and figure out how the hell the nail got though there. Perplexed? Then watch the video to see the totally logical, but still amazing solution.
To promote Cirque Ã‰loizeâ€˜s imminent arrival at the Birmingham Hippodrome, this good sport reporter bravely submits his most vulnerable body parts to the harrowing whims of a quicksilver bicycle stunt.