Watch the best move in the history of Jenga
For anybody who has ever played Jenga, it can be an extremely tedious and difficult game. But one woman at the University of Michigan might have just pulled off the greatest Jenga move of all time.
The quick clip shows the student miraculously swiping the bottom row of a wobbling Jenga tower with the structure staying entirely in tact. The video was first posted on Reddit.
Some netizens are questioning whether or not the pieces of the Jenga board were glued together, but if you look closely, you can see the tower does wobble a bit. No matter what the real story might be, it's still a totally impressive move and fun to watch everybody go nuts after she completes it.
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