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Kung Fu Master Bizarrely Blows Air Into a Flat Tire Using His Nose

Lungs made of iron indeed!

We all have that useless skill that will never make it to our curriculum vitae. Be it rolling our tongue, eating a live chicken, or tightrope walking, these are just hidden ‘talents’ that may be utterly amazing and entertaining but have limited uses.

One good example is a certain skill that a certain Chinese man possesses. Meet Tong Junhai, a 44-year-old Kung Fu master who hails from the city of Xi’an in northwestern China. Junhai boasts of having iron lungs, with him being able to blow air into a flat tire using his, err, nose.

Tong Junhai possesses an uncanny skill.

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Yeah, that was not a typographical error. You read that right. Junhai can inflate a flat tire in a matter of minutes by blowing air into it using his nostrils. We know it’s something that isn’t easy to believe, so we’ll show you a clip of Junhai while doing the unbelievable act.

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One onlooker was not convinced with the authenticity of Junhai’s act so he tried to do it, too, but using the mouth instead. The poor onlooker did not even last long.

He can blow air into a tire using his nose.

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He blows air into a pipe that is connected to a tire.

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The onlookers just couldn't suppress their awe.

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According to Junhai, he discovered his impressive lung capacity while undergoing a physical check-up at school. He narrated:

“My PE teacher got scared and when I get older, I saw people using their noses to inflate a tire. Maybe I can try it out too?”

Reports say that he has been honing his nose-blowing skills for a decade now, following his failed attempt at being an entrepreneur.

Well, at least his close friends know who to call whenever they blow a tire.


Taiwanese Grandma Uses Louis Vuitton Handbag Worth Over $1,000 to Carry Fish

A young man revealed that the Louis Vuitton bag he gave his grandmother was loaded with groceries and milkfish.

We want the people we love to have the best things in life. It gives us a sense of accomplishment and great pride when we are able to give them gifts. This was what one young man in Taiwan intended to do for his beloved grandmother. He had gone straight to a Louis Vuitton store to get her something special. However, something quite unexpected happened.

The young man posted his story on the Chinese language online "confessions forum" Dcard along with a reference photo of his gift to his grandmother. Below is a translation of what he wrote:

I noticed that my grandmother has been using the same bag for the longest time. The bag, which is made of Hakka cloth, is already kind of worn out. In fact, it was already tattered in some spots....

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Nerdy Uber Driver Shocks Passengers With His Insane Rapping Skills

The guys in the back had me rolling.

Not all cab or Uber passengers like to interact with the driver. There are passengers who just like to ride in peace and get to their destination as quick as possible. But not all drivers get the hint; some would initiate conversation and the passenger will make an effort to tolerate the banter.

These two men who got into an Uber in Las Vegas never thought interacting with the driver would be so much fun. They got into the car and saw a nerdy-looking driver greeting them.

Once settled, the driver asked them if they don't mind listening to music.


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This 3-Year-Old ‘Spider-Man’ Can Climb A 10-Ft Wall Without Anything To Hold On To

Step aside, Peter Parker. This boy is stealing your job!

Can you climb a wall without anything to hold on to? Well only if you have spider powers like Spider-Man, right? Actually, no. It is possible to ‘stick’ to walls without getting bitten by a radioactive spider and wearing some skin-tight costume.

Allow us to introduce you to Arat Hosseini, a 3-year-old gymnastics kid who recently rose to fame after his video went viral on social media.

In the short clip, Arat can be seen climbing a 10-ft wall without an equipment or anything to hold on to.


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