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Students with body skills
- 1 Oral Skills
- 2 Manual Skills
- 3 Other body skills
I can blow free-floating saliva bubbles
Brendan Dougherty (Mr. Bubbles)
Evan Miller (I can catch it, too)
I can curl my tongue into a W
I can touch my tongue to my nose
Hazen Parsons (Without even having to strain.)
I can tie a cherry stem into a knot in my mouth
Evan Miller (gimme 40 seconds)
Liz Macek, '07
I can turn my tongue so it's vertical instead of horizontal
I can turn my tongue past vertical, until it's upside down
Joe Shoer '06 (I thought everyone could)
I can snap my fingers by flipping my wrist
Evan Miller (right hand only)
Ronit Bhattacharyya '07 (both hands)
Jonathan Dahlberg - amazingly well
I can snap without my thumb.
Hazen Parsons (right hand more audible...my ticket to fame.)
I can pull my fingers back to touch the back of my hand
John Chatlos can.
Amanda Van Rhyn can pull her thumb back to touch her forearm, which is almost as good.
Other body skills
Some people can hang a spoon from their nose.
Liz macek can hang 4 spoons on her face simultaneously
Jessie can make her nose crack
Joe Shoer '06 can make a face like "Harpo Marx"
Katie Montgomery can move her ears independently of one another.
Margit Sande-Kerback '05 can wiggle her ears.
David Rodriguez can wiggle his ears, but he can only move his left ear independent of his right, not vice-versa.
Amanda Van Rhyn can wiggle her left ear. Just her left ear.
Andrew Meador can wiggle his ears separately or together.
I can dislocate my...
Bonnie O'Keefe can dislocate her right hip.
Amanda Van Rhyn can dislocate her right shoulder. (Also, judging by the number of stupid body tricks she's signed up for, she might be a circus freak.)
I Can Get a Cool/Rare/Weird Disease
Seth Brown '01 (scurvy)
Jesse Dill (amoebic dysentery, pleurisy)
Ronit Bhattacharyya '07 (amoebic dysentery)
P.J. Boanvitacola '06 (scabies, twice)