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Disabled Kid Shows Amazing Humor with Zombie Prank

By Eric Scheiner | December 10, 2013 | 3:44pm EST

Nick Santonastasso has been described as “one boy that defies the odds” by the Today show. He could also be defined as one boy with an amazing sense of humor.

Videos from Nick’s You Tube account tell his amazing story (see video below) as he takes on new challenges despite being born without fully developed limbs.

Videos of him going scuba diving and deer hunting are available on his You Tube feed.

“Remember impossible is the only word I know has no true meaning”, Santonastasso posts beneath a You Tube video of an interview he did on the Today Show in 2008.

The teenager's sense of humor, however, comes through on his Vine videos, where he pulls off his own unique zombie prank that takes people by surprise. It seems he has some people believing it's  ‘impossible’ that they aren’t about to become a victim of a zombie attack (take a look below).

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