I was at school today, and we were all showing off the different types of tricks we could do with our tongues, hands, arms, legs, whatever. One of my friends could dislocate the join that connects her hip and leg, which was pretty disgusting mind you, and one has a shoulder that, if pressed hard enough, can be pushed down like you're closing an open flap of bone.
Personally the only cool things I can do with my body is make my tongue narrower and wider, then made a sort of bucket shape with it (this is hard for me, whereas some of my friends can do it with ease) and make the ends of my fingers somewhat dead so they can be moved by others without the resistance (like it's on a hinge). Can any of you guys do anything interesting with your body parts, or know anyone else who can? The first thing that pops into my head with you all is whoever posted in the photo thread that put their legs behind their heads and posted a video of it on the IRC which was pretty rad.
Well, I am flexible enough to suck like 1 inch of my dick. I can put my leg behind my head, but it hurts a little. I can also do some crazy stuff with my tongue, involving: making it into a tunnel shape, making a "3 leafed clover", flipping it upsidedown-ish, and forming bubbles on the tip of the tongue. I can also crack my neck, and crack some of my knuckles without using the other hand. Adding to that, I can clap really, really loudly. Like get an audience of 20 people, get them to clap as loud as they can. I can clap probably 2x louder.
I have partial hypermobility: with my right index finger and both middle fingers and ring fingers, I can make the top part of the finger bend in such a way that it's almost exactly 90 degrees opposite of the lower two finger parts, which apparently not many people can do.
However, I can't bend over my thumb to lay it on my wrist, so it's just very limited hypermobility.
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with my right index finger and both middle fingers and ring fingers, I can make the top part of the finger bend in such a way that it's almost exactly 90 degrees opposite of the lower two finger parts, which apparently not many people can do.
My sister can do this with all fingers except her thumb, obviously. I might try to get her to take a photo. It's actually pretty creepy to look at because what I'm guessing is the muscle that connects the ligaments of the fingers sticks out heaps when she does it.
I can kind of do it with my right middle finger. It's more of a 100 degree angle, I guess.
I can sit in a proper "meditation" position with one leg crossed directly over and on top of the other. Most people can't do this, I sometimes sit like that in PE or something, and people see it and ask how to do it, but they can't because they're not flexible enough.
I also have extra-flexible fingers on my left hand, they bend back much further than normal, and I can do a weird thing with my right thumb that I can't really explain.