No, it is not impossible to lick your elbow. I am one of those special people and can lick there elbow. I am not sure how it is possible but I know that you can.
Yes. It is completely possible. I am one of the, seemingly, 1% of people who can actually lick their own elbow.
if you can lick your elbow, a monkey can lick his elbow - try it and see if you can.
Elbow LickingThis is from Guinness World Records: "Elbow Licking. Contrary to popular urban legend, it is quite possible to lick your own elbow. Guinness World Records receives about five claims a day for this and stresses the following point: Being able to lick your own elbow is not, in any sense, a world record. If you're one of the rare few who can lick your elbow, save it for the water cooler." It is possible to lick your own elbow. There is an urban legend that says that it is impossible to kiss your own elbow and if you do, it says you will turn into the opposite sex. Of course this is not true.
it depends on your flexible but yes it is possible.
It is not impossible, but barley possible. If someone else does it that won't count.
This is from Guinness World Records: "Elbow Licking. Contrary to popular urban legend, it is quite possible to lick your own elbow. Guinness World Records receives about five claims a day for this and stresses the following point: Being able to lick your own elbow is not, in any sense, a world record. If you're one of the rare few who can lick your elbow, save it for the water cooler."
You can't. It is impossible to lick your elbow! Unless you have the hidden talent to do it! :)
My daughter can lick her elbow! I've seen her do it and she was 13 when she did!
Most people can not lick their elbows, however, it is occasionaly possible in rare cases. such as people with double joints.
about 1 in 100. people can lick my elbow. It doesn't hurt. It is impossible to train yourself to though. So about 6000 people can lick their elbow. Compared to the couple hundred trillion people on Earth, that,s not many. People can lick their elbow. But while it's possible, it is not a world record in the genius book at least. THANK-YOU! Well I can personally lick my elbow I have never met anyone else who can.
Yes, but less than 5% of the people in the world can do it.
If you lick someone elses elbow it would be disgusting but you can't lick your own elbow because your neck and tongue just cannot stretch that far! Try it! NOW!
I can lick my elbow. I'm not double jointed, I just can. I know a couple of people who can.
in has been a known fact that the answer is 2% of people in the us can lick their elbow
No. In fact, you can't even lick it with your tounge. To do this, you would probably have to be flexible.
lick your elbow, lick behind your ears, big toe to touch little toe, lick your back and to ballance on your elbow
I myself have never met anyone who can lick their elbow and its generally thought that it's impossible to lick your elbow. And so i conclude by saying that 0 (or maybe one) in 100 people can lick their elbow. I haveee and she told me nine perent an :0
only if your double jointed will your tung reach your elbow.
You Can! In fact I can do it myself!
I suppose so if they are either, double jointed, very flexible, have an amputated arm or can dislocate their shoulder.
Well, It is possible but I don't think that anyone has found out how! The thing is i can lick my elbow... I think that only special people can like me! I have many things i can do, that is why I am different. (different it awesome :D:D:D
yes he can yes he can yes he can
you cannot lick your elbow
There are very few people in the world with the ability to lick their own elbow. Those who can are either double jointed or have arms that are disproportionate to their bodies. If you lack the ability to lick your own elbow now, then there is no way for you to gain that ability other than breaking your arm (which is not recommended).
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