This is a video of Chennai, India based Rubik’s Cube trainer Illayaram Sekar aiming to inspire his students by setting a new world record for most Rubik’s Cubes solved underwater with a single breath with a total of six cubes in approximately two minutes and 18 seconds. For reference, the current world record for solving a single cube not underwater is 3.47 seconds, and the current world record for a human holding their breath underwater (without pre-breathing pure oxygen) is almost twelve minutes, so clearly there’s some room for improvement with this record. Am I going to make that improvement? No. But I am going to make– “A mess of my guest bathroom.” Now what kind of guest would I be if I didn’t smear a little poop on the walls?