Two-Year-Old Titus is a pro when it comes to basketball. The tiny tot shows off his amazing trick shot skills during a recent visit to Jimmy Kimmel Live.
Titus can not only get the ball through his baby-size basketball net, but he can sink shots from six different heights. Not to mention he’s not a bad long-range shooter as he hits the net from 14 feet away.
Just wait for 2029 when he graduates high school and goes straight to the NBA.
When you’re born double-jointed, it almost feels like you were welcome into a special league. That’s how I felt when I realized I could bend/contort my fingers in a strange way while disgusting those around me with my strange talents.
But in the case of this girl, she takes her double-jointed-ness to the next level. Entering a “Special Talent” contest for the Ellen Degeneres show, this girl has the ability to bend her leg upwards–ultimately making her leg look like it’s missing some joints.
What’s more is that she goes further with her talent, shocking her friends and her doctor (who by the way, said this was normal).
Check it out! I don’t know whether to be impressed or grossed out.
Now presenting: the most impressive useless skill ever achieved. Taking his Rubik’s cube solving talents to the next level, this man takes three (NOT ONE) and solves them while juggling.
I’d just like to say that as someone who is incredibly uncoordinated, I am extremely impressed. Even more so, because I can’t even solve a Rubik’s cube with a cheat sheet.
So bravo, young man. You win.
Sometimes in life, you come across individuals with special talents you never would of thought they had.
Meet Christopher Varnado, a man with a golden voice who just so happens to not have a home. In an interview conducted in downtown L.A., Christopher graces the camera with his beautiful voice.
So far, the interviewer is trying to get into contact with this individual. The video has since been monetized so that anything made from it will be passed along to Christopher.
WOW. Just imagine if this man recorded an album. I bet a lot of people would pay to listen to that amazing voice.
Moby has revealed that he does not consider songs by Britney Spears and Ke$ha to be music.
The singer-songwriter says he enjoys the popstars’ fun dance tunes, but believes that they should not be labelled “music.”
“It’s fun, but I don’t think of it as music,” Moby said. “It’s manufactured. I appreciate it as a pop culture phenomenon and some of the songs I like if I hear them in a shopping mall or something, but it doesn’t function as music for me.”
The 45-year-old went on to describe what he considers to be true music.
“Music is something that communicates emotion and integrity in a really interesting, direct way,” Moby said. “And when I listen to the pop music you’re describing, it’s hyper-produced corporate product. That isn’t really even a criticism, but I just think calling it music is a misnomer.”
That’s pretty harsh coming from someone who collaborated with Spears on her 2003 album ’In The Zone.’ He also recently described her as “broken,” claiming that the singer’s damaged nature is part of her appeal. Tell me how you really feel.
Sure, Britney and Ke$ha are no Aretha Franklin, but their music is music – pop music. It’s fun, it’s danceworthy, and it’s not meant to be taken too seriously. I think he’s taking it too seriously.