Video Of A Guy Repeatedly 1-Inch Punching Through Bricks Of Aerated Concrete

June 27, 2018

This is a two minute video of bearded and ponytailed Youtuber John Kalmar repeatedly one-inch punching through bricks of aerated concrete. Sure aerated concrete is like the styrofoam of concrete, but I'm still not sure I could do that. I mean, at least not without accidentally punching through those metal plates and that wall behind the block and sending shrapnel around the globe and into the back of my head. It's hard for me to go easy, you know? LITTLE KNOWN FACT: I was a cheerleader in high school and two girls are still in orbit. "Oh wow." Yeah, around Alpha Centauri. I'm like Mr. Incredible if Mr. Incredible actually deserved the title. What's Elastigirl see in him anyways? I bet I could make her happy. ESPECIALLY in the romance department. Just ask Stretch Armstrong or Mister Fantastic. "Ask them what exactly?" Nothing -- nevermind.

Keep going for the video.

Thanks to n0nentity, who once one-inched punched nothingness. And that, my friends, is how the universe was born.

  • adsffda

    gw has yellow pajamas?

  • Talon184

    But can he punch a block of my wife's meatloaf in half? I think not.

  • ecafsub

    so... his index finger is an inch long?

  • Mark

    It's his failed attempt at doing Bruce Lee's famous "1 inch punch". Except Bruce sends a a full grown man several feet backwards.

  • GeneralDisorder

    Real talk: If Bruce Lee at his prime had to face a mediocre MMA fighter today he'd get his ass handed to him.

    Also real talk: Bruce Lee practically invented MMA (and called it Jeet Kun Do)

  • TheQiwiMan

    ....... Ladies...?

  • Jenness

    Women everywhere: "So you enjoy finger punching things really hard? That's cool." *gets purse and runs the hell out of there*

  • Wooder

    Lets hope he doesn't spank his kids...

  • The_Wretched

    Forget the video, that guy is a machine in the gif.

  • Mark

    But..but...it's aerated concrete.
    Its porous...it floats in water. It has a shear stress of 22 psi max.

    Not impressed...sorry

  • The_Wretched

    Can it move continuously for 4 hours?

  • Mark

    It could with an internal motor!

  • J Stuffing

    THANK YOU. I commented the same thing on his stupid video page. This is equal to punching foam blocks in half.

  • adsffda

    and when said it there did he reply telling you to upload a video of you doing it yourself?

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