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Dumb Cubing Challenges.

Owen Morrison

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I used to be able to ride for a long time with no hands, and be able to turn around corners with no hands. I remember a couple years ago a friend and I would ride around our neighborhood with no hands and we thought we were so cool lol. I will need to practice for a little though as I haven't rode a bike at all for like half a year.
 

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I used to be able to ride for a long time with no hands, and be able to turn around corners with no hands. I remember a couple years ago a friend and I would ride around our neighborhood with no hands and we thought we were so cool lol. I will need to practice for a little though as I haven't rode a bike at all for like half a year.
I think I managed to ride with no hands for decent distances when I was 8-9, but now I can't. I rode bikes way more back then, because I had friends within riding distance.
 

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Should I post my videos of myself doing some of these challenges here? I have a series on my YouTube channel where I try the challenges that are posted in this thread, but i dont want to spam the thread with video links
 

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Psychological challenge: Line up all of your puzzles in clear view from your bed, and then do a single move on all of them, so you can see they are unsolved from your bed. Then, try to sleep. No solving them.
Alright, I'll do it. I'm goin to sleep soon anyway, will update tomorrow
 

Owen Morrison

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honestly it wasn't that hard, the worst part was moving all my cubes around so that they would be right next to my bed. Thankfully the only cube that fell was my skewb, and I need a new one anyway.
 

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Here's an interesting one. Take out the corners of a skewb that aren't attached to the core, and then solve the rest like a Pyraminx. Seems simple, but the challenge comes from keeping the puzzle aligned while you turn it.
You can also take off the corner caps of the corners attached to the core, scramble it and hand it to a non-cuber and confuse them when you say it's not solved.
 
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