History's Weirdest Flexes, Part II


Sethi I (1294-1279 BC), in April 2006, at Cairo Museum, Egypt. The mummy of Seti I bears witness to the mastery of mummification techniques of embalmers of ancient Egypt during the New Empire. This mummy is in fact one of the best that has been discovered. Photo by Patrick Landmann / Getty Images

While the phrase 'weird flex' may be relatively recent, it turns out that this phenomenon itself is as old as human civilization. Join the guys with special guests Miles and Jack from The Daily Zeitgeist as they explore some of the strangest (and most petty) flexes in human history in the conclusion of this two-part episode.