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Teenager spends SIX HOURS perfecting pin-pong ball trick shot

Step by step! Teenager spends SIX HOURS perfecting trick shot that sees ping pong ball bounce downstairs off six pans to land in a paper cup

  • Mackenzie Allan 19, spent six hours perfecting trick shot using a ping-pong ball 
  • She used pots and pans, as well as piles of books and sellotape holder, to make it
  • The Kennesaw State University student from Georgia’s video has 3million likes

A teenager cured her boredom during lockdown by spending six hours mastering the perfect ping-pong ball trick shot. 

Mackenzie Allan, 19, followed in the footsteps of other TikTok and Instagram stars by dedicated hours of her day to perfecting a ping-pong course down her stairs. 

In the satisfying video, she sits at the top of her staircase in Georgia  before balancing a pan upside-down on one of the top steps. She drops the ping pong ball off a table and and pays close attention to where it lands. 

The teenager, from Georgia, U.S., created the trick shot down the stairs in her house

Mackenzie Allan, 19, from Georgia, spent six hours perfecting a ping-pong course down her stairs

The Kennesaw State University student then continues adding more pots and pans onto the steps where the ball lands, finding the perfect spot for it to bounce. 

Her video, which she shared on TikTok, shows the painstaking and time-consuming process of adding more kitchenware at every stage. 

The trick also features other household items to prop up the pans, including a plant, a sellotape dispenser and a pile of books.  

She begins adding more obstacles to the trick shot, including six pots and pans, a flower, piles of books and a sellotape dispenser

She eventually lands the ball in the black cup at the bottom of the stairs and shouts 'yes'

She begins adding more obstacles to the trick shot, including six pots and pans, a flower, piles of books and a sellotape dispenser and when she eventually lands the ball in the black cup at the bottom of the stairs she shouts ‘yes’

The teenager eventually ends up with six pots and pans which are strategically placed to ensure the ping-pong ball lands perfectly into the black paper cup at the bottom of the stairs. 

She shouts ‘yes’ as she makes the final shot and it is clear she is pleased to have finally mastered it. 

After uploading the video on May 29, she has received more than 3.4million likes.   

The Kennesaw State University student has received more than 3.4million likes on the satisfying video

The Kennesaw State University student has received more than 3.4million likes on the satisfying video

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