Students and staff at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville built a cardboard box fort made of 4,822 boxes. They set the record in partnership with Up To UTK and UT Recycling to act as a visual representation of the nation's increasing national debt and the correlation it has with our increasing environmental impacts. Learn more about the feat here.
Alex held 61 pizza boxes in his hand at once.
Anna Simon, a host at Otra Movida, knocked down 48 cardboard boxes dressed as a hybrid human-cardboard battering ram.
Guido Balducci knocked over 44 empty paper boxes with a broom while
riding a pallet jack. The wall of boxes he’d set up originally had
Clint P. held 25 Christmas card boxes in his hand at once.
Shripad V. put 61 peas in a bowl using a straw in one minute.
Six of Clint Poore's kittens slept inside a box.
Jimmy Smith and Maria Shelton held a stack of 20 pizza boxes each, a total of 40 boxes held at once by two people. They set the record during Majors Pizza Appreciation Day in Albany, Kentucky.
Doug McManaman balanced nine boxes on his thumb for two minutes, 00.06 second.
Paul (Pabs) Melia jumped over 20 Domino's Pizza boxes. He set the record to raise money for Ykids children's charity.
Brian Pankeyflipped 48 playing cards into a box while balancing a raw
egg on the top of his non-throwing hand.
Ahmad Amin Bodla punched a punching bag 190 times in 15 seconds.
Kyle Petersen balanced nine wooden boxes on his chin for one minute, 18.52 seconds while hula hooping. The record was set at an event in the Dube Juggling showroom in New York City.
Gerald Fraas stacked 170 American pennies on an ammunition box.
Ben M. earned 350,098 points in Tetris with the Next box disabled.
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