Guy Solves Three Rubik's Cubes While Juggling Them

March 25, 2013


This is a first-person video of Ravi Fernando solving three Rubik's cubes while juggling them (previously: a dude one-hand juggling two while solving a third). I thought it was pretty impressive, and that's saying a lot because I hardly find anything impressive. Fun fact: one time I went to a fancy art museum and demanded a refund even though it was free admission. You know what the curator working the front desk did? Handed me a bunch of invisible bills. What a jerk that lady was.

Hit the jump for the video.

Thanks to Tallon, who told me he could solve four Rubik's cubes while juggling them but didn't want to show this guy up because he's really humble like that. That or he really can't do it (I'm leaning towards this one).

  • JimmyThr

    Not a single fuck was given that day

  • Yaofu Zhou

    The girls were totally unimpressed lol

  • Post_Nazi

    I'm just not impressed by this stuff anymore. I'm immune to the basic "wow" factor. If you want to impress me, do something that makes a difference in this failing world. Until then I'll be in the corner.

  • balashi

    Oh yeah!? Oh yeah!? Try juggling AND switching all the stickers, which is the only true way to solve the cube!!

  • pepe la PEW PEW

    I see all those chicks staring at me and my mad mathmatical skills, hoping they could get a chance to say hi to me. Is what this guy is thinking to himself but we know. Pew pew

  • Shagg

    His friends don't seem to care

  • I love how the people around him are completely indifferent to the feat. Whatever there was a guy ten minutes ago juggling ones that were on fire. lite weight.

  • Tallon Chandler

    You know, some things are really cool once. Some things are cool twice. And some things are cool a hundred times. But whatever number this feat falls under, I have a feeling he exceeded it a long time before shooting this.

  • jodamiller

    Well, I think he's *only* solving them one at a time. That why it takes six whole minutes!

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