Nobody can accuse Cirque du Soleil’s Andrii Bondarenko of being a couch potato. Even when he is in close proximity to his couch, doing something that seems as lazy as reading a magazine, he’s using every muscle we never had to do some absolutely absurd acrobatics.
Watch below as he shows the proper way to flip through the pages of GQ:
Then there’s the way he gets out of the pool:
How does he do it?! You ask.
Well this should give you some idea — here’s his “warmup.”
“You’ve Never Someone Read a Magazine Luke This Before”
No, but I’ve seen countless Instagram thirst traps vying for their 15 seconds and superficial validation in the comment section from those running to the oasis to quench the parchedness.
That first picture, though… okay. I took a sip.
WOW that is super impressive. I bet there are not many people in the world who could do that.
Amazing! I can imagine the things he is able to do in bed. He must be fabulous. Does anybody know if he is gay?
Are you kidding, that’s exactly how I read the paper on the bus each morning.
Sorry, Billy, he is not gay. Many of his videos show his wife and children. He is a straight ally. Still, he keeps his clothing to a minimum and who can complain about that?
@MacAdvisor: I can!! That spread eagle is wasted on a straight woman!!!
Kidding… They actually look like a really happy family.
Very Cirque du Soleilish — especially that quasi-cycling thing getting out of the pool.
Ah, the spread eagle, “Now for the last number in our act we did these 20 acrobatic tricks in a row: one, two, three, four, five, splits, spread-eagles, back-flips, flip-flops, one right after the other.”
@MacAdvisor: Yeah, except I’d like to have him coming all along. And how could you tell me that I was wrong? Pop Six Squish Uh-HUH!!!
Very Impressive! Very!
But you’d think that someone who’s a straight ally would have at least one friend who’s a decorator.
Amazeballs. Love it. Nice work.
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