Last week, Smithsonian Magazine published a piece about the pain involved with stepping on LEGOs.
The article explains that Scott Bell, the Guinness World Record holder for walking on hot coals, isn’t nearly as painful on stepping barefoot on the miniture building blocks.
This guy gets paid to walk on, and teach how to walk on, hot coals and broken glass and he considers stepping on LEGOS way worse!
“Out of the three that I do on a regular basis, it’s before I step on the Lego that I think ‘Oh, this is going to be a bit uncomfortable,’” he says, laughing.
Now, if the man TRAINED to handle this situation thinks its painful, what chance do the rest of us have?!?!?
Unless we’re BrainyBricks, the world record holding for barefoot LEGO walking.
Did you know there’s a Guinness World Record for stepping on LEGOs? Truth. It was set by a human with a much higher pain tolerance than any of us.
Watch as BrainyBricks sets a new Guinness World Record for walking barefoot on LEGO pieces for 2,737 feet.
Maybe this guy will come put our kids to bed??
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