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Speed solving underwater, skydiving, and in other weird and crazy ways

Habsen

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Dec 10, 2019
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Well, it does not qualify as speedsolving but I solved a 3x3 one-handed while walking a 30m slackline a couple of times.
 
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Cubinwitdapizza

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I don’t know if this counts, I solved a 3x3 Oh walking down Times Square lol.
 
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Cubinwitdapizza

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thats still pretty cool, did you get a lot of looks your way?
No, there from New York. Everybody’s depressed and doesn’t care about other people. On the subway there was another family that saw me doing it and started talking to my dad, and he explained how I did it (which wasnt how I did it lol). I got a few people on the subway to look other than them.
 

crazycuber36

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Oct 9, 2019
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in the dark alleyways looking for beans
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No, there from New York. Everybody’s depressed and doesn’t care about other people. On the subway there was another family that saw me doing it and started talking to my dad, and he explained how I did it (which wasnt how I did it lol). I got a few people on the subway to look other than them.
whenever i solve a rubiks cube in front of everyone, my dad starts talking about algorithms and stuff,which is how he explains it
 
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