After watching this video I have one question. Do you have a hidden talent too?
Enjoy the surprising ability of this young lady! She was a student in New Zealand when her mates discovered her unusual talent.
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Damon J. Gray
Some of those were pretty impressive.
Secret talent? Maybe. When we were middle school youth leaders, I mastered hanging a spoon on my nose and keeping it there as I moved around. Does that qualify?
If I see you at a conference and you want to learn, I can teach you. It’s actually useful. I’ve used that skill more than once to shift the tone of a meeting at work.
Robin E. Mason
what a fun video!!! i can do accents but perhaps not that many, and not on demand except my Brit – it’s just there – or my Irish
Janet Ann Collins
She’s amazing! I wonder if she’ll be able to use her talent somehow in her future career.
For an agent? To use while reading all those MS? Stress relief?
Wow!!! That’s a lot of sounds! 🙂
This is great!!! Thank you
Wow!! Well, don’t be jealous, but I can shine a flashlight into my mouth and it lights up under my eyes and comes out my nostrils. 😀
LOLOLOL! Words fail.
You must have some Swedish blood since you do the spoon on the nose trick. My husband has taught it to our grandchildren. Really fun in a restaurant to see him, our daughter, our son and six kids all around a table with spoons hanging from their noses! I still haven’t mastered it, but I’m only 1/4 Swedish.
Pure British Isles but I got the Scottish nose. My African American son can’t do it because his nose doesn’t stick out far enough, but my Hispanic daughter can. There’s a special way to prepare before you hang it. That’s the secret I’ll share in person (demo required).
My hidden talents are so well hidden that even I don’t know what they are.
I could name several, but I won’t embarrass you with praise…this time.
Cindy Mahoney /Claire O'Sullivan
I’d ask how you find these, but I rather fear the answer.
blessings, have a great weekend
Cindy (aka authorclaire1 on twitter)
Sheri Dean Parmelee, Ph.D
A gift is a gift and she has one. Don’t think it will lead to Best Selling Book status, but it is still pretty impressive. That was fun!