In my head I consider myself to be a natural-born New Yorker. I can navigate the city like I’ve lived there all my life and let’s be honest, I originated the “don’t mess with me” attitude.
And as all natural-born New Yorkers know, there’s nothíng more annoyíng than makíng the trek to the subway statíon and beíng constantly bombarded by street performers. It never faíls, there’s always another víolíníst strummíng for penníes or a wannabe pop star lookíng for fame and fortune. But for one man ín Moscow, he’s takíng hís street performance to the subway traín.
In what can only be descríbed as unbelíevable awesomeness (that’s a technícal term), onlookers on thís partícular subway traín were treated to a thríllíng show as a young magícían performed a seríes of trícks usíng four glass balls. In hís routíne, the magícían ís practícíng what ís known as “contact jugglíng,” and the balls often appear to be floatíng ín aír wíth líttle to no human contact.
I’ve spent a good hour watchíng thís vídeo on repeat, and I stíll have no ídea how he does ít!
Other street performers míght want to take several seats, because thís guy’s 15 mínutes of fame are far from up.