Team #DriftDog from Oscar Mayer Hotdoggers, successfully caught a hot dog dropped from 86 feet (1032 inches) above in a hot dog bun.
Mel Sampson squeezed 60 bread loaves in one minute. She set the record as part of The Drive Home with Mel World Record Week 4 during a live broadcast at 89.3 K-Rock radio.
Melanie M. created a tower of dinner rolls that reached six rolls in height.
Todd L. ate a slice of bread in 9.82 seconds.
NOTE: Speeding eating can be dangerous. Please use caution when making an attempt.
Trenton Graham consumed 15 chocolate mini doughnuts in two minutes,
NOTE: Stuffing food in your mouth can be dangerous. Please use caution
and have adult supervision on hand.
Ryan B. ate a foldover cheese sandwich in 23.45 seconds.
WARNING: Speed eating can be extremely dangerous. Please do not attempt this record unless you are above the age of 18 and trained as a professional speed eater. We will not accept submissions in this category from minors.
Alex S. took nine minutes, 12.45 seconds to eat a slice of bread.
Clint Poore and 17 of his friends ate breadsticks at once. They set the record during Majors Pizza Customer Appreciation Day in Albany, Kentucky.
Thomas Hansell made a turkey sandwich in 11.2 seconds.
Christophe Ducros had his baguette stamped at 15 different clubs.
Tyler Edens asked seven questions to a jalapeno-cheddar bagel in 10
At a weekend retreat, a group from Reboot set the world record for Longest Mandelbrodt Ear Chain by arranging a chain of participants who each held a piece of mandelbrodt between their ears. The feat was officiated by RecordSetter President Dan Rollman.
Mike Squier ate 15 commercial dog biscuits in five minutes. The biscuits
came from the Organic Doggy Kitchen and he was setting the record to
raise funds for Save Our Siberians - Siberspace Rescue Fund.
Ross Berenson made a potato puff four inches tall at its
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Radio host Paul Van Sickle ate a Big Momma’s Cinnamon Roll in 19
minutes, 52.32 seconds, a new world record. The roll measured 9 inches
in diameter and 3 inches in height.
He set the record on July 2, 2009 on the Great Getting Up In The
Morning Show on KCWJ in Kansas City, Missouri. Royce Handy was
present as a witness.
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