There are people in this world that are more special than the rest of humanity, and it comes from their own body. Because, they can do things that look very simple, but few people can do it.
1. Have a separate ring finger
Try moving your fingers, you will realize a truth: Every time you move the middle or little finger, the ring finger will automatically move. However, there exist in this world people who have the ability to move these fingers apart, and science says this seems to be a genetic ability.
2. The tongue touches the nose
Similar to the ability to split fingers, about 10% of the world’s population possesses a tongue long enough to reach the tip of the nose or chin. And I’m sure at this point, you’re sticking out your tongue to try, right?
3. Move the parts in opposite directions
Try this trick to see if you are special: lift your right leg, rotate your ankle clockwise, and use the thumb of the foot to rotate counterclockwise.
It is almost certain that you will not be able to do it, because the moment you rotate your thumb, your foot will also rotate. The same thing happens with the hand.
However, a small part of the population can do this, because their brains are designed a little bit differently from ordinary people. However, this is also the ability that can be practiced.
Gleek is a phrase about … spraying saliva out of the mouth using only the tongue. The person who can do Gleek only needs to push his tongue once, and saliva is splashed out.
This is actually a very rare possibility that occurs due to the overproduction of salivary glands in some people. In fact, you can still “gleek” if you use lemons to make more saliva, but not compared to the “gifted” few.
5. Sneeze open eyes
Always so: every time you sneeze, you will subconsciously close your eyes. This is because there are nerve bundles between the nose and eyes. When sneezing, the steam stimulates the nerves and creates an unconditional reflex, forcing the eyes to close.
But there are cases where this function fails, preventing the eye from having to close during sneezing.
6. Fold your tongue in half without using your teeth
This is also one of the rare possibilities, with a rate of only 1 per million.
7. Fold your thumb backwards
Do you believe there are people in this world who can fold their thumbs and curl the back of a hand? It is a case of having a two-jointed thumb, known as the Hitchiker phenomenon, which allows them to bend their thumbs back to the back of their hand without causing pain or risk.
This sorrowful look is so, but this is not a very rare phenomenon. Statistics show that about 20% – 25% of the population can do that.
Source: BS, VT.co