COOLEST underwater trick ever

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wackydan

#3
No clue. I thought it was fake at first?
 

Mechanic

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#5
I managed to do this on holiday in greece when i went diving - i only managed to make 1 bubble ring at a time - the trick is to go as deep as you can and the air seems to hold together better.

I am sure some science nerd will explain y.
 
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wackydan

#6
If only u taped it ;)
 

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#7
well the problem there is that i was the one blowing bubbles (it doesn't matter if your black or white oowww)

So there - - -
 
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wackydan

#8
I wouldnt even know where to begin to try to do this. What is he using exactly to make those bubbles?
 
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brockT

#9
hes probably using cigarette smoke, took a puff, went down to the bottom, blew an O then, another one, then blew out with his tongue/throat moving the force of the water to push the first bubble through the second FUCK! i dunno!
 
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brockT

#10
shit, i never realizd they were bubbles WHAT IN THE WORLD!!
 
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Demianu27

#11
Bubbles, bubbles, bubbles, bubbles, bubbles, bubbles, bubbles, bubbles, bubbles, bubbles... my bubbles.
 
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wackydan

#13
hahaha wtf? didnt you see he was underwater the first time?
 
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brockT

#14
yeah i did, just didnt see them bubbles seperate at the last second, i closed it
 
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PimpDisco

#15
I know how to do the bubble rings, but I have no idea how he made the other go through the first one.
 
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wackydan

#17
I tried that in the swimming pool with no luck lol
 

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That was pretty nifty. He probably used more force on the second ring to make it enter the first. But, the first reenters the second after. Wow.

I can make rings with cancer smoke, but nothing like that.
 
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wackydan

#19
Yeah I can do it with the huka but fuck underwater is hard.
 
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RichTexIsBack

#20
Blowing bubble rings under water is no problem. In fact, I think it's easier than blowing smoke rings. Just lay flat, and make the same motions you do with smoke rings. Anyway, I have NO idea how he got the rings to go in and out of one another like that. Maybe it was David Blaine.