Even after establishing a world record by typing the entire English alphabet in 3.43 seconds, Mohammed Khurshid Hussain wasn't satisfied.
The 23-year-old from India wanted to shatter another mark, so he put his hands down and used his head. Specifically, his nose.
The International Business Times reported that Hussain recently broke a seven-year-old record by typing a 103-character sentence in just 47 seconds.
The text was as follows:
"Guinness World Records has challenged me to to type this sentence using my nose in the fastest time."
Hussain said he practiced for six hours a day in order to prepare for the challenge.
"If you want to set a record, every millisecond counts,"he said, according to the International Business Times. "I typed with one eye closed, as it is difficult otherwise to locate the keys."
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