Column Through Stroller Impossible Installment

I’m not sure to be exact if this is an optical illusion, or just some weird magic trick simmilar to “Impossible Bottles”, “Impossible Concturctions”, “Impossible Objects”… One thing I’m sure of, is that I can’t figure out how the hell did they manage to pull this column through a supermarket stroller… without cutting both of them!?? David Blaine please help us, if you’re reading this… Many thanks to Edith Wentz for sending us these two amazing pictures (another picture inside)!

18 Replies to “Column Through Stroller Impossible Installment”

  1. This is similar to the old prank of putting a bike in that position. The pillar there looks like a lamp-post.

    The prank requires a person to climb the lamp-post with the bike and slide it over the lamp, and then lower it down the pole. When it reaches the bottom it is as if it has penetrated the pole (or vice-versa). It works well because most people do not consider the possibility of someone climbing a lamp-post with a bike like this.

    I think they’ve cut a hole in the centre of the trolley and physically done the same, dragging it up the pole and dropping it over the top.

  2. Has anyone ever heard the show High School Pranks? It does something like this but with a car! They cut the car in half and slid it through. They pry did the same here. They cut the cart in half and then put a whole in it and stuck it back together.

  3. yeah, you cut out a section of the side and slide it over. The hole would be way too big if you dropped it, and think about it. A bike, maybe, but you could never climb a lamppost with a grocery cart in one hand.

  4. That same trick was done by a recent graduating class at my school. They cut an entire car in half then welded it together again around one of the campus trees. Completely freaked out the teachers. I should have taken pictures. ^_^;;

  5. are there any pictures from other angles? maybe they just cut a hole through from the back to the middle. as long as you only see it from one angle, it looks like its around the pole

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