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14 bricks, 1 chop

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Definitely a very useful skill to have in a combat situation, but what if the enemy is wearing armor that is 15 bricks thick?

Then we are doomed.

What kind of nonsense is that? 15 bricks? Impossibruh

There are already cracks in it

Switch to a lower difficulty

Almost definitely fake, but that smile.

I thought his smile was very cute

Almost definitely fake smile also.

56 points · 5 months ago

It's fake. You can clearly see the break in many of the bricks before he begins.

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-1 points · 5 months ago

Surely not?

Pre cut weakened bricks for sure

That stool is very talented.

science side of reddit please explain

It's the edge of the table that allows this to happen.

It's the fact that the bricks are hanging over the edge of the table that allows this to happen.

thanks science side of reddit

Fakers will say it’s hate

Just got to dab on them

The two bricks above the bottom two have a suspicious line on them and they break right on it 🤔🤔🤔

Frank Dux would have just broken the bottom one.

Lol, thanks for this comment it really made me laugh. Now it’s time to watch blood sport

4 points · 5 months ago

Not dim mak

2 points · 5 months ago

Very good, but brick don’t hit back!!

It's the edge of the table that allows this to happen.

Notice how the bricks are half off the table.

Plus pressing down on the other side creating a gap between the bricks

How

So.......why do we use bricks for construction?

11 points · 5 months ago

Cars don't know karate

Bricks take compression (things stacked on top) very well. They do not handle tension/shear forces (a guy chopping an unsupported section). You would build walls and columns from brick, but not the floor and ceiling beams.

People are like "this is fake", but it's just disingenuous - subjecting bricks to forces they are weak against. There's probably a pokemans analogy.

The key is in slightly lifting one side of the brick - you can see how he holds them from the beginning. He hits the bricks right as they fall. You use the same trick whether it's one brick or fourteen.

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