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Sumo Wrestlers Sign Autographs With Their Giant Handprints—And The Process Is Mesmerizing 😮

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People have found a new obsession.

No, it isn't Sumo wrestling, but watching Sumo wrestlers sign autographs.


Twitter has discovered a new craze that is sweeping, well Twitter: watching Sumo wrestlers sign hundreds if not thousands of autographs using a hand print. Now, some might wonder why these giants don't sign their names with a pen like other sports figures and celebrities, but according to SoraNews24 the answer is quite simple.

It's to show off how giant they actually are.

Makes perfect sense. What doesn't make sense is why it is so oddly satisfying to watch.

Warning: Once you start it's incredibly hard to stop.






People take their Sumo hand prints seriously.



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For some it even makes the bucket list.


Hey, don't crap on a man's dream!




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Sometimes a hand print is more than just a hand print.

We warned you don't start if you can't stay!







Well, this day is over.

H/T: Sora News 24, Twitter Moments

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