The Rubik's cube is 40 years old today. It's one of the most popular toys in the history of mankind, one that has obsessed kids and adults alike, making them compete to be the fastest and do the weirdest things with it. Here are a few examples:
The Fastest And Weirdest Rubik's Cube Solutions
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