John Austin has delighted people his entire life with his talent for speaking backwards.
Since the age of five, when he accidentally played the Mary Poppins record backwards and learned to sing along with it, this 51-year-old has been speaking apparent gibberish, but now with smartphones, he can play it backwards for others to confirm. that your translation is accurate.
For example, instead of “How are you?”, It says it backwards: “Gniod uoy was woh”?
Austin uses an iPhone app, Reversercam, and records himself saying something backwards. When someone hears the replay, that’s when they become true believers.
Living in Charlotte, North Carolina, she made a name for herself, Backwords friend, on YouTube, and has wowed audiences on TV and the Internet with his incredible ability to take phrases, and even entire songs, and spin them in his brain to recite them backwards.
Like Elon Musk, John says he has Asperger’s, which is on the autism spectrum: “I have always been embarrassed by this talent because it shows that I am different and they told me what it was bad for family, teachers, friends and classmates, ”Austin writes on his YouTube channel.
But then he wrote ‘talking backwards’ in a Google search and was “shocked” by what he found: a couple of guys in Hollywood were doing the same thing and they were becoming known for their talents.
So John started making his own videos, and now your YouTube channel has more than 16,000 subscribers.
In this video, John visits New York City, where he shows off his knack for the people in Union Square who are stunned and in awe …
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