21 Amazing & WTF Things Some People Can Do With Their Bodies

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The human body is weird, that's an undisputed fact. The thing is, a surprising number of our bodies are even weirder than the rest. There are tons of neat, quirky physical things that only some of us can do.

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21 Amazing & WTF Things Some People Can Do With Their Bodies

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Around one-third Of people can bend their thumbs backward. The condition is called 'Hitchhiker's Thumb,' and it's genetic. In most cases, Hitchhiker's

Entry by Chan Teik Onn

Only 14% of Americans have perfect pitch, the ability to sing any musical notes at will. But it helps if you speak Mandarin. According to research led

Entry by ERRiley

Only 8% of the adult population has super flexible chimp-like feet.

Some people can make a roaring noise in their head by tensing their jaws or ears. There's a small muscle in your ear, called the tensor tympani, that

Entry by Zinnavi

synesthesia The phenomenon when a person hear can colors or taste music. Fun Facts: - The majority of the people who experience synesthesia are women,


It's estimated that around 5% of the population will never experience a headache.

Entry by Andrea Meno

Some people can recall everything as clearly as they can recall yesterday THE SAT EVENINGOST DAY Jill Price, the first person diagnosed with HSAM For


According to a study, only about 1% of people in the world are ambidextrous. CRACKED


To some, cilantro can taste like soap. Cilantro has a chemical found as a byproduct in soapmaking, but only about 4-14% of the population have genes t

Entry by Andrea Meno

About one fifth of the population can move their ears. 22% can move one ear at once, and 18% can move both ears at once. People who do this can use we

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The children of Thailand's Moken tribes are the only people who have perfect cRAGh undersea vision without any side effects. Any child can learn to se


While looking around, some people can hear their eyeballs rub against the muscles in their sockets. This condition is called superior canal dehiscence

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Whenever you clasp your hand involuntarily, you will show a preference of your right thumb crossing over your left one or vice versa. Only 1% of peopl

Entry by Tee Ngin Rui

Reverse-slope hearing loss is a hereditary inability to hear low-frequency sounds. Some people have it and don't realize they hear differently from ot

Entry by Andrea Meno

Some people can curl their tongue into a cloverleafshape And apparently, it's a really rare ability. Two studies about it were published. A study of 1

Entry by ERRiley

Sure, Fido can do it, but did you know only 8%-10% of humans can touch their nose with their tongue? This phenomenon even has a name, it is called Gor

Entry by Chan Teik Onn

Experiencing goosebumps while listening to music or feeling cold) is But researcher a very normal James Heathers occurrence, has found at least but it

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CRACKEDGON Between 18 to 35 percent of people have a photic sneeze reflex, meaning they can induce sneezing by looking at bright lights.

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In a 1948 study of adult men attempting auto- fellatio, biologist Alfred Kinsey found that two or three in a thousand are able to achieve the objecti

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About 12% of women can see 99 million colors more than the average human. Ordinarily, people have three retina cones, but women with a condition calle