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Watch this teen do the impossible with a water bottle

Technically Incorrect: YouTube is slightly gaga over a teen who tosses a bottle full of water and then...

Technically Incorrect offers a slightly twisted take on the tech that's taken over our lives.


He gets ready to throw. And then, magic.

Arlington Johnson; YouTube screenshot by Chris Matyszczyk/CNET

There are talents that you'll likely never have.

You'll likely never be able to swing from a chandelier and sing the collected works of Elton John.

You'll likely never grasp how to scratch your forehead with your big toe.

And, no matter how much you practice, I'm betting you'll never be able to throw a bottle full of water and do what Michael Senatore has mastered.

He posted evidence of his feat to Facebook. He explained that this was the senior talent show at Ardrey Kell High School in Charlotte, North Carolina, which took place last Tuesday.

Naturally, on seeing what he managed with the bottle, the Web lost its collective consciousness.


On YouTube
, the video has already enjoyed almost 1 million views.

For here was Michael Senatore nonchalantly achieving the seemingly impossible.

The crowd went wild. The disbelief was palpable.

And all he'd done was stroll onto the stage in his white T-shirt and shorts and surely even make David Copperfield wonder how he'd done it. Now, quite naturally, it's Senatore's Twitter banner.

Just in case you think this was a fluke, Senatore retweeted another performance in which he does it all again.

With a holiday weekend approaching, you'll need something to occupy your mind and body.

So see how long it takes you to do what Michael Senatore has achieved.

I fancy you will never reach his level.

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