19-year-old Corey Bennett was born with a rare condition called cleidocranial dysostosis, which mainly affects the development of bones and teeth. As a result, Corey doesn't have collarbones, and he's taken to social media to spread awareness about his condition. Because of his unique body type, Corey can do all sorts of things — like hold objects with his shoulders!
Next, trickshot extraordinaire Michael D. Shields is wowing us yet again, this time using a toaster! From waffles to slices of bread — he's throwing multiple items into the toaster at the same time and, you guessed it: Nailing it!