He's the Stephen Curry of backward toothbrush shooting -- and a few other objects you might think of.
Josh Hawkins has uploaded a video to YouTube of himself making a bunch of hard-to-believe, no-look, mostly over-the-shoulder shots. He tosses bread into a toaster, a milk carton into a fridge shelf and more.
Hawkins, 30, told The Huffington Post that some shots took up to six hours to make and that there was no digital sleight of hand.
The video, posted May 4, has collected more than 1.5 million views as of Tuesday morning.
Maybe it's his deadpan expression.
This post was updated with a response from Josh Hawkins.
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