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Wanna see something mesmerising? Have a look at how quick this fella draws a dotted line on a chalkboard:
Daniel May posted the video on to his TikTok - @deemayzing - and people were blown away by his rapid pace.
Basically, he draws a dotted line at a ludicrously impressive pace - and he knows he's quick as well as he captioned his clip: "Want to drawn the world's fastest dotted lines?"
Go on then.
As luck would have it, he's posted a tutorial which teaches people exactly how they can do it themselves.
In the second video, Daniel says: "Step one, you're going to need a long piece of chalk.
"Step two, you need this angle [see below picture] - an upward angle, not straight, upward. Step three, you use the friction, as your arm comes down it causes the chalk to vibrate."
He adds: "So then, the final key here is going to be the speed you pull it at separates your dots. So if we want them close together, you keep them close together.
"If we want them far apart, pull faster."
He makes it all sound so simple.
At the time of writing, Daniel's initial video has been watched more than 17.4 million times with in excess of 2.5 million likes and 10,000 comments.
One viewer wrote: "You're not really tapping out individual lines... you kinda drag it and it chops."
Another added: "There's kids that actually haven't ever used a chalkboard."
A third commented: "That's actually really cool. Imma have to learn this."
While another person wrote: "Good to know man, gonna use this to show off to my friends."
Maybe we can all learn how to do the fast dotted lines to go with the perfect circles? Remember when the guy drew a circle at a school talent show? Sounds boring, but it isn't.
Lucas Burt took to the stage to show the world his unusual but incredible talent during the show at his school in Bangor, Maine, on 4 April 2018.
Footage shows Lucas, sporting black sunglasses, walking in front of the audience as two people hold on to the whiteboard on stage.
Lucas is then handed a pen, and approaches the board before swinging his arm in a confident, clockwise motion, in turn outlining an inch-perfect circle.
One of the assistants then jokingly throws themselves to the floor, as though they've fainted from the shock of the mind-boggling talent on display, while Lucas celebrates his achievement.
Honestly, it's impressive.
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