The g force though
/r/HumansAreMetalSerious skills right here
/r/HumansAreMetalThese employees are metal.
/r/HumansAreMetalValet going above and beyond
/r/HumansAreMetalAlvin York (1918), an American soldier who during WW1 single handedly managed to take out a machine gun nest who had his friends pinned and also captured 132 prisoners by himself using only a pistol and a knife
/r/HumansAreMetalNow this is really metal too
/r/HumansAreMetalVery interesting chemical volcanic Eruption experiment
/r/HumansAreMetalThe balls of this guy...
/r/HumansAreMetalNot all heroes wear capes
/r/HumansAreMetalThis is insane.
/r/HumansAreMetalManfred von Richthofen (1917), better know as the Red Baron, the deadliest pilot of WW1, credited with over 80 planes shot down, 4 of those done in a single day while his own plane's engine was burning. He was so good that, in 1917, Entente pilots' life expectancy was lowered from 150 to 125 days
/r/HumansAreMetalMaybe Maybe Maybe
/r/HumansAreMetalFrancis Pegahmagabow (1918), a First Nations Canadian known as the deadliest sniper of WW1, credited with over 375 kills and 300 captures. He was also a fantastic scout, known for sneaking into the German trenches in the middle of the night and stealing their badges and buttons while they slept
/r/HumansAreMetalThis man is metal
/r/HumansAreMetalThat’s A Countdown!!!!!
/r/HumansAreMetalAbsolutely Beautiful but terrifying
/r/HumansAreMetalGus Waldorf boxing against a goddamned bear in 1949. He lost.
/r/HumansAreMetalWith a chainsaw?
/r/HumansAreMetalWholesome biker friend!
/r/HumansAreMetalEvolution may have depleted our natural upper body strength relative to other primates. But with a little practice, we still clean up pretty well
/r/HumansAreMetalMotorcyclist driving under farm machinery
/r/HumansAreMetalI attached a seat to an industrial robot
/r/HumansAreMetalTrimming trees with a helicopter