“There is absolutely nothing special about being young here.”The community largely doesn't care about 222 singles because it's literally a matter of getting a 4-move scramble and then executing the solution really fast. It's not interesting. Maybe you are the world best. But nobody cares, so it doesn't matter.
Don't take this negatively or anything. If you want something that the community recognises… work on something the community recognises instead! Like, legitimately get good at 2×2×2, be globally sub-1.5; I'm sure people will start paying attention to you if you can manage that. It's not going to be easy, because of course it's not going to be easy; otherwise everyone would already have done it.
The cubing community is full of kids. There is absolutely nothing special about being young here.
Also, the thing about kids telling tall tales is that sometimes the lies are really obvious to those with more experience. (This is obvious with a moment's thought—we've been here for longer, we know the tell-tale signs, etc.) Mr. Rubric's post is exactly one of those. I'm not going to mention in public why I'm so confident that they're lying, but you'll have to take my word for it that I usually err on the side of caution rather than calling people out.
*COUGH* Leo Borromeo *COUGH*
I respect your scepticality of my time despite my disagreement (I mean obviously). People can believe what they want to and I’m proud of my time nonetheless. Also saying that you won’t explain why you are skeptical makes it just seem like you’re doing it just for the sake of it.
Edit- You talk about 2x2 single being unimpressive, but Shaun never necessarily said his .32 was impressive. It was fast, but there’s a difference between fast and impressive. So really you’re arguing with a claim Shaun never made. -\_(-_-)_/-