Unexpected Signs That You Have A Unique Body
On 30th July 2017
Each person has character traits, peculiar only to him or herself. Aspects of the psyche that are — if present in others at all — extremely rare. But did you know that our bodies can possess many unique features too?!
Today we will tell you about exceptional physical skills and characteristics found in only a tiny percentage of people around the world. If any of you want to try some of this stuff for yourselves, there’s a bonus at the end of the article!
#1 Roll your tongue.
You know the myth: That people who can roll their tongues (and tie cherry stems in knots) are good kissers! Well, then 60 percent of the population are smooch-worthy. That's the amount, Dr. Kristin Woodward, an anesthesiologist says, that can curl and or roll the tongue. But it can be learned, too, she adds. However, "the ability to form a clover leaf tongue is an inherited trait."
#2 Wiggle your ears.
"The ability to wiggle the ears may be inherited however it can also be learned with practice," Dr. Kristin Woodward, an anesthesiologist says. "It is thought that about 10-20 percent of the population has the ability."
#3 The ability to wiggle individual toes
No matter how you try, you won’t be able to wiggle each of your toes in turn. That’s because only the big toe and the little toe are fitted with individual muscles, while the rest are controlled en masse by just one set of muscles. Most people in the world can easily move their big toes, but only a minority can do it with little toes.
#4 Lick Your Elbow
Licking an elbow is something 99% of people can't perform. Unfortunately, it is not something you can achieve by practice. Elasticity and length of the arms and tongue play a key part in this move.