The Definition Of Ultimate Trust [Pic]

Submitted by: ffi 5 years ago Misc

It"s all fun and games until someone gets an itch.
There are 34 comments:
Male 369
@steelgrid lol how do you not see how this works WITHOUT fotoshop. Besides, look at the clothing, their back arms and the slight slant their on. Its not shoped laying on a box.
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Male 8
super planking!
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Male 48
Not trust, mutually assured destruction.
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Male 876

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Male 2,700
"How do they get down without face planting?"

Easy, you photoshop out the box they are laying on but forget to NOT make the dudes arm on the left look completely flat.
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Male 2,855
"I trust your photoshop skills"
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Male 195
@meepmaker: Shouldn`t you be working?
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Male 6,694
Shouldnt they be working ?
Must be govt. workers.
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Female 298
guy on the right is on a wire.
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Male 4,902
How do they get down without face planting?
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Male 15,510
Have more faith in humanity, LazyMe484
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Male 2,592
only way this would be the "ultimate" trust is if they both fell and died
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Male 294
guy on the right is on his tippy toes. That`s a close fit
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Male 10,440
I don`t think this is possible. If you do this in a narrow hallway with yourself, then you are pushing outward and down on both walls. All that is holding you up is friction, so both of these people would have to be pushing on each other with a force of at least (average weight)/(coefficient of friction btw wall an shoes). Their hands would also have to resist a bending moment of around 0.5kNm.
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Male 911
5cats= shows how much you know about the human body and strength. just cause you`re a little weakling doesn`t mean everyone is.

it`s so easy to hold yourself up in a hallway like this. and all they`re doing is using eachother`s hands as the other wall. it works perfectly..
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Male 3,631
Even cooler like this

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Female 173
I love how easy they make that look... because it realllly isn`t!
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Male 916
why are multiple morons saying it`s fake? not only looks completely real but i`ve *done* such things. "physically impossible situation" my eye. as for wrist strain, look at the guy on the left... his wrists are about to snap off backward from the pressure on them.
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Male 36,542
YEah, you`d need to be REALLY strong to even attempt this. Too perfect, arms too skinny = shopped@!
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Female 961
tickle one of them
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Male 183
epic face plant in 3...2...1...
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Male 252
Fake. Look at their wrists, not strain or anything.
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Male 833
definition of trust? if one guy falls they both fall...
but one wont fall unless the other eases up and basically causes the other guy to fall

this is more like the definition of mutually assured destruction
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Male 1,293
Not especially good photoshopping. Both looks faked, and shows a physically impossible situation. Fun thing to do, but not really sure why it`s here.
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Male 926
@freddyferret - Other than your a douchey repost nazi? Nope.
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Male 11,740
Repost, old, photoshopped. Am I leaving out any other obvious points?
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Male 3,310
Decent photoshop job
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Female 2,509
"As to why? no idea"

because they CAN
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Female 4,349
how the hell did they do this? the only thing I can think of (if it`s not shoped) was that they wwere laying on something, and it was removed with a forklife or by hand but quickly.
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Male 1,931
Not really trust, as if one person should fail you`re both screwed. More like mutual necessity. Still, this is crazy.
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Male 25,416
As to why? no idea
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Male 721
need to do this over a lava pit!
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Female 156
Link: The Definition Of Ultimate Trust [Pic] [Rate Link] - It`s all fun and games until someone gets an itch.
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