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THE FARM — I have two resumes: a resume that will help me get a real a job that pays real money and a resume full of fairly useless “skills.”
For instance, I have a natural gift for getting the butter-to-popcorn ratio just right when I make a batch of air-popped popcorn, I often making children cry just by looking at them (not exactly proud of this one), and I’m the Tetris champion in my family. None of these items will land me a job or get me through an apocalypse, zombie or otherwise, yet I continue to build this curriculum vitae.
This video gives me a new skill to add to my skill-less CV, and as my gift to you, I’m sharing the video so you too can expand your horizons. What is this newfangled skill? Uncurling a pig’s tail in less than five seconds, of course.
This step-by-step video will take you from zero to hero in your social circles as you learn to not only uncurl a pig’s tail but what it takes to re-curl it as well. Trust me, you will amaze your friends, family and all farm animals (except pigs).
The video was first posted in 2012, but it recently gained a second life online — as well it should — because it’s adorable and funny, and that’s why the internet was invented, according to the internet.