Trust me, just watch

It takes 35 seconds before you start to understand where it’s going…

Hat tip: creative blog Tiny Gigantic.

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6 thoughts on “Trust me, just watch

  1. at first, i thought it was some kind of performance art piece by a regular able bodied guy. the second time i watched it, i realized he doens’t need his legs to do what he’s doing. the third time i watched it, i just really thought it was cool as hell…

  2. One point that the guy brought up is how people always say they feel sorry for him. Does the average person do the guy a favor by not asking any questions about his condition? It seems strange to ignore an obvious handicap, but it may make the person feel more…human.

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