Sir Ravi the Juggler Solves Rubik's Cube While Juggling
Not content with juggling alone, one remarkable young man decided to juggle while solving a Rubik's Cube at the same time.
This particular video (warning: NSFW language) is easy to explain, but confounding to understand. Originally posted on Humans of Stanford, the description states, "Ravi solves the Rubik's Cube while juggling! This guy should be knighted Sir Ravi the Juggler."
In some tucked-away corner of the campus, an extraordinary brand of awesome occurs. It's so remarkable that the female off-screen doesn't seem to grasp the totality of epic she is watching, at least not at first.
The host, of sorts, says Ravi has a world record doing this, albeit an unofficial one. That's when she asks if he can actually solve a Rubik's Cube while he juggles, because, you know, that would be insane.
That's when Ravi is forced to not only juggle and solve puzzles, but answer inane questions from the gallery. You can almost see the wave of understanding hit our pal in the background as she grasps what she is now watching.
It's like looking at some bump in the road and then realizing it's Mt. Everest. It's like finding a crack on the street and then suddenly noticing you're at the Grand Canyon.
Anyone who juggles automatically gets cool points in my book. Add to that the frustrating task of solving a Rubik's Cube, and you, well, you really have something.
I thoroughly agree Ravi should be knighted "Sir Ravi the Juggler." It seems the only fitting moniker for a man who can pull off this level of wizardry.
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