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Just came across this one today and thought I would share:




And I thought I remembered other fun stuff about cutting watermelons, so I did some searching and ...





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I'm always impressed by people with great hand skills like that guy cutting the watermelon so fast.

 
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Coming from someone who uses sharp knives all day, every day... This is nothing short of wildly impressive. The fact that he still has all of the fingers on his left hand is incredible. That knife is sharp enough to cut a week into 9 days. He could probably do it blindfolded; The muscle memory here is like nothing I've seen in quite some time.
 
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Do you know how they get the water in the watermelons? They plant them in the spring. Lol
 
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