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newusernamebcimdumb

Dude is yoked.


starlord97

It's just Joe R- cause hes missing his bottom half


intensely_human

Can’t lose at jiu jitsu if you’ve got no limbs


WillCommentAndPost

Funny enough a dude I’ve rolled with is a multiple amputee and works with a foundation to help provide Jiu Jitsu training for veterans. He’s phenomenal.


Hamster_Toot

I see you’re not familiar with blood chokes.


Littleemo225

Or spinal locks


FILTER_OUT_T_D

Or… my axe?


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*The Florida Everglades!*


Lucky_Number_3

Were for real just gonna glaze over the sea shanty?


throwawayformature

Why would you ignore 50% of the body?


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ExchangeSomey

Laughs and respect..


Gaflonzelschmerno

Noe Organs


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I bet he can do a lot of pullups with the weight of his legs gone


movie_man

Probably ~~hundreds~~ EDIT: Or **thousands**… if he doesn’t get bored first. https://www.timesnownews.com/viral/man-born-without-right-leg-performs-2721-pull-ups-in-attempt-to-break-guinness-world-record-article-91841198/


Incredulous_Toad

Holy shit that's a lot of pull ups!


mikehaysjr

Legs are heavy as shit


PyramidOfMediocrity

Remove legs, poop, break record.


Player8

There was a post somewhere a while ago where a guy lost his leg and some health care worker was like grilling him about his sudden weight loss and how he had a dangerously low BMI. The dude was like yeah a leg is like 20% of your body weight. Of course I lost a bunch of weight when they cut my fucking leg off.


Javyev

Please contact a gastroenterologist if your shit is as heavy as a pair of legs.


Tuxhorn

I've been a weak 185lb and i've been a stronger 250lb. I could do pullups a lot easier at 185lb lemme tell you. Can't imagine not having legs *and* being lean. Would be so light.


andrewsad1

I'm at 228 right now, and I can lift myself about an inch off the ground when I try to do a pull up. For a little while I was self-conscious about my upper body strength, but the way I see it, some people pay good money for this kind of resistance training, and I get it for free!


FILTER_OUT_T_D

Good thing he wasn’t doing those awful crossfit pull-ups or he would have torn a rotator cuff after like 200


Posting____At_Night

> he had to figure out a way to beat his opponents with half as many limbs. Those 6 limbed wrestlers are a tricky bunch to be sure.


andros310797

ok on serious note, would this be alowed ? isn't it kindaaaa cheating ?


scooptimer

It is if you assume that you should have to have legs to compete for it. It's also for the guinness book of world records, which is a private company that can set its own standards, and it means nothing more than bragging rights so it isn't a moral issue of cheating or not.


movie_man

Hate to burst your bubble, but Guinness World Records are approved based on how well it promotes the book’s brand. My point was just linking to a source showing the number of pull-ups this guy could maybe do.


ZenAdm1n

I have a friend that has some records particularly tailored / qualified to her particular circus talents. She invents a trick and then performs and the Guinness people record and promote it, and a new world record is born.


FILTER_OUT_T_D

Is there a record for number of depression naps taken in a day because I’d really like to be known for something at least


movie_man

Ngl, that’s kinda cool though 😄


kiljoy1569

I guess the trade-off to maybe having it easier in a pull-up contest is that you just don't have a right leg for your entire life. 🤔


ShmuncanShmidaho

Think of all those extra calories the rest of his muscles get to use that would have gone to building or maintaining his legs. Even considering how the brain and other organs consume way more than the limbs, he probably still gets the equivalent of a bonus meal every few days.


susch1337

People missing big parts of their body usually count calories to not get fat


deletion-imminent

Just replace leg days with an extra arms day


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mordeh

Same. I’d probably be a potato/couch cushion shape


left_schwift

So, not much different then now. /s


AutonomousAnonymouse

He’s so much stronger than I will ever be. And I have twice as many limbs.


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Groxy_

Gonna say, the dude is mobile!


here-for-the-_____

Dude skipped leg day so many times they fell off


CriesEvil

Most people who have no bottom half normally are. Due to their arms becoming their primary means of transportation. It’s like constantly working out. It’s pretty awesome honestly IMO. There’s less of you that you have to worry about. No more pants. No more leg day in the gym. No more knee problems. There’s so many advantages. But you can never say, you got a leg up anymore. 😜.


BoiCDumpsterFire

Dude is literally waiving his pant leg around in the vid.


joshdamnmit

Lol no one knew what to do


BrownSugarBare

As I've gotten older, for some reason I've become way more sensitive to others and I swear I would have burst into tears because I'd panic in that moment for him, lol.


MF_Doomed

>As I've gotten older, for some reason I've become way more sensitive to others I think this is the natural step of things as you get older you experience more heartbreak and just some straight up unfair things happen in your life. So you recognize that same thing in others and give them more grace and are more empathetic. BUT I think our capitalist society programs that out of us and promotes a much more individualistic thinking so we regress and have much less empathy than normal.


Kritical02

Wisdom is probably the biggest thing but I'm guessing the fact that we lose testosterone as we age contributes as well.


BrownSugarBare

Makes sense because I'm a socialist, through and through.


MF_Doomed

Based


Complete-Club-3295

I appreciate and respect your comment, but I’m not sure if capitalism is causing any sort of empathetic regression. Look at any society before the rise of capitalism and you’ll see barbarism. I believe as we age we become more empathetic because we’re coming to terms with our own ~~morality~~ mortality.


njme1

Honestly, I believe we are only questioning capitalism on a broader scale recently because we are becoming more empathetic as a society.


North-Function995

I just had this pop up in a brief discussion with my construction buddy. I mentioned something I just did at work, and told him what I did reminded me of some joke I made as a kid; making fun of a another kid with a square-ish head. And it turned the discussion to the jokes id make. I said “I was such a dick as a kid”, and he said “me too, we all were. Kids are mean.” And then I turned to him and asked: “at what age do we start to feel empathy?”, to which obviously we dont have the answer.. but then I thought and suggested “I think its when we realize the things that have hurt us in our past, and experience more shit. Only then can we realize how things feel, and can realize that we wouldnt want that for ourselves at all. Takes life experiences”


Jbabco98

Its strange because whenever I see someone with a clear disability (lack of limbs, burn marks on their face), I get this sense of discomfort and anxiety. I don't know how to describe it but it seems like a cross between pity, fear (of the unknown), remorse, and sympathy. Like I want to help them but I know there's nothing I can do to make them "better" except do my best to treat them like a normal human being. If anyone can describe this emotion so I can finally put words to it, I'd appreciate it


meatball_guard

I can definitely see pranks like this as his way to establish a connection with people and try to dissipate that pity/fear reaction (which i think is totally normal.)


Galahad_Venator

I have that same reaction. I think it’s a fairly normal response for able-bodied people to have, yet it often stops us from interacting with or getting to know disabled people. I hope that through interacting with more disabled individuals it will eventually disappear.


Jbabco98

I hope so too because I want to go into mental health counseling and I highly expect people with physical disabilities to be among those who I work with and try to help. I understand that physical abilities change who we are, but they don't define us as people. It's interesting psychologically to me because on a higher mental level (for lack of a better term), I don't treat these people as lesser-than, and I'm smart enough to know when I accidentally do. It's the physical feelings I feel that I find difficult to deal with Edit: furthermore to your point, I agree that is it normal for able-bodied people to have reactions like that because I think on a sort-of human survival sense, we are naturally predisposed to be "afraid" or "opposed" to lesser-abled people because of the natural preservation of ones bloodline. Granted, I could just be on some pseudo-intellectual bs that isn't necessarily true, and I am happy to be told otherwise


BedlamiteSeer

Weird question but... Do you need words here? I mean, your body is telling you what you're feeling and you can describe it relatively well with words already. Clearly enough that I immediately understood what you were talking about, as I've also experienced it.


Jbabco98

I guess I am just looking for a specific term or phrase that accurately describes the emotions that me and clearly other people feel. I'd like to be able to understand my emotions and feelings better in a way to articulate them more concisely, if that makes sense. Edit: Also to help understand and be more sympathetic and knowledgeable about how these sort of reactions and feelings affect those who are lesser-able-bodied and how they percieve and possibly internalize these reactions from people. From my perspective, if I had a noticeable disability and I could clearly tell that other people are uncomfortable by it, it would make me feel ashamed and lesser-than; and by knowing a term or phrase that describes how I, as a normal, able-bodied person feels, it could help me better sympathize and help those lesser abled people feel more accepted and welcome


BedlamiteSeer

Perhaps the word you are looking for is empathy. It takes many forms. It is okay to feel uncomfortable or to make someone else uncomfortable (as long as nobody is being harmed). Discomfort is another feeling and series of thoughts, and it passes like all the other feelings and thoughts. Empathy brings discomfort with it sometimes, and that's okay, and it's no one's fault, and nothing needs to change. It's just the mind doing mind stuff.


meatball_guard

I was a hospital nurse for 12 years. I had a paraplegic patient who would do this. It was not funny. I still had to write it up as an incident, call the supervisor, attending physician, and family. It put us an hour behind and it had a negative impact on other patients on the floor. He didn't give a shit. Thought it was hilarious. You can be paralyzed and an asshole at the same time. Doesn't seem like thats the case here, but still. Dont fuck with people at work. .


Russian_For_Rent

I mean clearly those are two very different situations for very many reasons.


meatball_guard

1000% agree. At first I thought he was in the elevator with an EMT crew that was taking care of him, but clearly that's not the case. I think I'm generally just a guy who doesn't like pranks.


Russian_For_Rent

Ahh that makes sense no worries.


Ruben_NL

Did he know that you had to take so much time to register everything?


SnorlaxCrossing

homie has no legs and he finds a way to smile about it , and he’s not in a hospital so just appreciate the joke


macaronisalad

I think they’re just giving an example of a context where it would not be worth the joke, and rightfully so.


Gingerpanda72

Considering some high profile fuck ups with disabled people recently, the staff here was most likely sweating for their jobs for a moment there. Have a laugh by all means but with people who are trying to do their best for you and you prank them is harsh imho


Al_E_Borland

This tends to make the situation worse.


jb69029

Funny, I'm the same way. However the previous generation seems to be the exact opposite.


ChadwickTheSniffer

She saw an excuse to playfully get a slap on that beef and knew exactly what to do.


GamsusDesign

ROTFL...


bigbadjohn54

That guy has got bitchin shoulders


jabbadarth

Cause he always skips leg day... I'll see myself out.


CoolHandCliff

Omg dude...I'm ashamed for the both of us...lmao


xtense

Hold the dor please!


wyllyam1111

Hold the door! Hold the door…. Hold door…. Hodor…. Hodor!


CooleBeto

I misread this as "bit-chin" shoulders and wondered what that was and what about his shoulders made them bit-chin. Then I realized the word bitchin exists, haha.


Gojogab

Yeah, sexy.


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xtra_lives

Correct saxophone


RuggedQuod

Everyday is arm day when you don't have legs


sexbuhbombdotcom

The fucking leg got me


SteveMcBeezlesneeze

🤨.........Leg?


intensely_human

A surgically attached chicken legs is a totally legit leg bro


Fenastus

Stump might be more accurate


notions_of_adequacy

Handsome man and a hilarious laugh with a sense of humour.. yes please


askdocsthrowaway1996

Got me thinking. How many of you would be open to date a partner with a disability like this? I'm not sure how I would feel.


owzleee

Cute. Sense of humour. Buff. Totally.


Friesenplatz

I'd def do him


-oceans

Doesn't look like it's holding him back


[deleted]

I mean the person asked how the users here would feel, not the dude in the video.


ElSanchoMamon

I'm male and straight but if I was to meet a woman with similar traits and disabilities I would totally be open to it. He more then makes up for his disabilities in Personality.


Sierra-117-

Yeah same. The people who have been through the most are the most interesting. My girlfriend had cancer, was sexually abused, neglected by her parents, and had a crippling drug addiction in highschool. She recovered from all of that, and is on track in nursing school. Her tenacity and strength inspire me daily.


notions_of_adequacy

With them shoulders for cuddling and the ability to make me laugh I am down


yaggytew

I’d totally date him. I dated a man with an amputation but it didn’t last long because he was still dealing with trauma and I didn’t know how to help.


Muggaraffin

I’m a guy and not gay so this probably isn’t my question to answer lol. But if this was a woman with the same personality? Hell I’d take that personality and charm over legs any day. Obviously I wouldn’t make that choice for them, but ya get my point


cameirus-isu

He had me at that smile.


Orcawithglasses

Also, won't run away from you


chillwithpurpose

He can probably race away in that chair faster than I could run! Dudes arms are yolked


jabeith

Follow him on socials, he goes by Pitbull Ruhl


frankz33

I thought his smile looked familiar! He graduated from my high school the year before me. Real nice guy


meijin3

And those strong hands ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)


tysontysontyson1

What a baller.


Odenskar

I must give this man a massive amount of respect for having a sense of humor and being jacked despite missing 2 limbs.


Eaglezepplin

Well, he does get to skip leg day


andros310797

to be fair he has a lot less muscles to train 🤣


Fun-Dealer6976

That's some complex flirting going on there. "How'd you meet mom?" "I fell for her."


nathanc843

Get out


JessTheCatMeow

Nope


pashN4fashN

Thanks for that extra laugh 😆 (had to give you props!!)


Hyperion_23

relax he's just pulling their leg


LifeSad07041997

That's real insensitive mate to pull his leg...


Incongruent

I didn’t realize how much I’m here for leg jokes.


YoItsMunirr

And here I am , having mental breakdowns for stupid shit … and people with real problems managing to be so happy and have an amazing sense of humour while dealing with a lot more difficult shit than me


Crayfish_Climbing

You have a unique personality too! Don't let your mental breakdowns define you. Remember, you are an AWESOME person even though you're going through shit. Repeat after me: I am an awesome person going through shit. And constantly remind yourself of that


that-douche

Thank you for those positive thoughts.


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We all have mental breakdowns for stupid shit, my dude. Just gotta try to laugh between them.


Mka28

He is so cute.


pashN4fashN

Cute?? F’ing HOT!!!!


Competitive_Hair8562

He 6ft tall with that personality


BeckywiththaGudHair

You beat me to it. 😍🤤


slagath0r

THAT SMILE


REDGOESFASTAH

Geodude's brother, grappler.


RuneSimonsenTheBard

What an awesome dude


Skierbutt

He’s fucking hot


bishopyorgensen

The blonde flight attendant agrees


PuzzledExaminer

Such an amazing personality.


wscuraiii

To post in r/therewasanattempt


imashnake_

I thought it was that sub and was hella confused


wscuraiii

I'm so fucking sick of these seemingly AI-generated post titles where the ai was only trained on the there was an attempt sub.


ryandoesdabs

Agreed. Just more proof that most of the internet is lifeless content bots regurgitating the same shit over and over.


Shaxxs0therHorn

r/girlsmirin


Competitive_Hair8562

Being nice isn’t always sexual attraction. A lot of women would reject the poor dude for his height, unfortunately


killersquirel11

Height: 6'3 with legs, 3'6 without


Shaxxs0therHorn

It’s the way the stewardess slaps his arm after and hugs him. She got got by the prank but isn’t shy to hug Captain Dan, the Muscle Man. Love to see it. (Let be serious, dude - with his situation - still lives up to rule 1 of dating: be attractive)


LaBorrega10

Thats Zach, From the Eastside of Houston. He's one of the best personal trainers around.


EbonKnight78

Laughs and respect


tjh213

love the hug at the end


Indytaker

That's funny. But what is also scary at the same time is that man's strength, mentally and most of all physically. The way he popped up quick.


StrictDevelopment55

What's his name? Dude's hot


Go_Bias

@pitbullruhll Zach ruhl


Althar93

That dude didn't skip leg day, leg day skipped him!


Thereallazytrickster

Why do people without any legs seem so insanely mobile like how fucking fast could you move without all that extra weight


Lamp0319

Legs are heavy. If you get strong enough with arms and ditch the legs, you can be very agile. That said, arms can also move in ways legs can't.


CandidExtension2298

Oh I would’ve folded immediately


Educational-Year3146

I really wanna see someone like this cosplay geodude, I think itd legitimately be fucking awesome.


RealAgent

Give this guy a standing ovation!


Academic-Strength-52

This is the way


Unhappy_Spinach_6765

Reminded of joe, family guy.


ehh_whatever_works

It never ceases to amaze me how people adapt. Years ago, the first season of Big Brother had a dude with 1 leg who I swear to God, got around that house better and faster than I ever would've. He would just hop over and then plop down onto couches and shit. He seemed like a really good dude, overall, too. >!Was so happy he won. Shame the casting department today would never cast him though.!<


bicholudo781

build like a fucking geodude


thruthslam

Flight attendants are some of the realest people out there. They encounter more shitty people on a daily basis than most prison guards. So anything to make them laugh goes a hell of a long way. She’ll be telling that story the rest of her life!


Go_Bias

Zach ruhl on Instagram. Dudes funny and fit af. This video is one of his posts.


p4nu5

u/savevideo


jabeith

Pitbull Ruhl


General_Amount_6918

I love his laugh!! I would totally do that too lol


venetanakedguy

Seems like a stand up guy


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Seen this so many times; his laugh gets me every time, what lovely chap.


nadrojytak

That lil shit! 😂


ezh1986

Special forces? Seems to have the right attitude :)


Antsy-Mcgroin

That dude has a great smile


Magnetron85

Plot twist: He later went on to highjack the plane


Top-Border-1978

He's a real Joe Swanson!


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I’m sure he’s a married man. I love a guy with a sense of humor. 🤣♥️


goodboybane

Those employees could already see the headlines. I would personally just run away.


Nopski

skipped leg day


ssp5499

Lol, great sense of humor


Miserable-Ad-8608

This is a perfect example of a good personality trait making some extra attractive


Spicy_Cold

Oh man did you see when she slapped him? I’m surprised he wasn’t as hurt as Rudy Giuliani. Poor guy.


Vaughen1919

You can tell this guy 100% does this all the time and loves doing it.


Freddy45566

*starts actually seizing* Haha very funny


Hahaha_Me

Don’t worry he’s just pulling her leg


smarshall561

Weird how many videos get karmafarmed straight from r/therewasanattempt and they don't even change the title.


StnMtn_

That was funny.


Putinssmallpenis101

Got there ass 😂


nobodysperfcet

Geezer pushed the earth down to hop up, impressive.


Global-Zombie

I know it’s probably the quality but it looks like he has no eyes


whateverhappenedto_

The laddest of lads! Please marry me, bud!


Old-Ticket8783

Lol “got em” 😂….did I use that right? 😅


wermad

r/mademesad


DaddyAmerica1776

Ok yall, we get it, he skips leg day.


sihpo

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iiAgree

Hit em with that stanky leg


tikkamasalaicecoffee

Everyone was quite uhhh.... stumped.


BaronVonKeyser

He's literally throwing himself at her


ziggyspaz

Real life Joe Swanson.


Huge-Balance8024

I met a guy just like him today, he was very cheerful and outgoing. It was cool.


Francis934

Lmao what a bastard


roy20050

Dang all that upper body strength. And only upper body.


wrenchspinner01

Thank you for flying Delta.


V12LC911

Is that joe Rogan?


Gasoline_Dreams

Yep


smenon75

Life full of spirit