Gavin B. set fire history on fire by spinning a flaming poi in full
rotation 111 consecutive times. About Poi:
Displaying lung capacity not found in many smokers, Sean Farrell lit
18 cigarettes in 3 minutes, 43.56 seconds while seated one foot before
an electric fan. The fan, a Vornado S2–40 model was set on high as the
Lucky Strike cigarettes were lit with a drugstore lighter of unknown
make and model.
Farrell set the record on February 17, 2009 at a World Record
Appreciation Society event at the Hemlock Tavern in San
Francisco, California. Dan Rollman and Debbie Hampton were present as
John Sabanovich and Chris Ruen lit 12 Ground Bloom Flowers at once.
They laid out 18 but six of them didn’t explode.
The feat was accomplished on July 4, 2009.
BBQ legend Clint Cantwell built a s’more from scratch that was
10.2" in height. Cantwell used graham crackers, Hershey’s
chocolate and a combination of marshmallows and marshmallow fluff to
assemble it, and a small blowtorch to heat the ingredients. He dictated
it had to stand alone without any support or assistance in order for the
record to count.
Cantwell built the s’more on August 12, 2009 at a World Record
Appreciation Society event in New York City. Dan Rollman and Corey
Henderson were present as witnesses.
David Ross (instigator)
Andy Hidalgo (host)
Jane Hidalgo (host)
Erica Hidalgo (host)
Kathryn Grassel (baker of cupcake)
Denis Sweeney (Fireman)
Lauren McGuirk (camera)
Ben Jenkins kept a match lit for one minute, 14.93 seconds.
NOTE: This record is dangerous. Please have adult supervision on hand.
Gregg, Alexander, Eliana, Max, Tucker, Estelle, Warren,
Bennett, Briggs, Thatcher, Keegan, Owen, Barrett, and Kellen had a marshmallow roasting stick that measures 129.5 inches.
John Putnam owns four matchbooks that are each 27/32" in length, 7/16"
in height and 21/32" in width.
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Ryan Stock blew 21 fireballs in 30 seconds.
NOTE: Fire breathing is extremely dangerous and should only be attempted by trained professionals.
Brian Pankey made 52 consecutive catches while juggling three
flaming torches and lying on his back.
NOTE: Juggling fire is extremely dangerous and should only be attempted
by trained professionals.
Brian Pankey juggled three flaming torches for three minutes, 55.47
seconds while wearing a fake mustache. The timer stopped when Pankey
stopped juggling, not when the flames went out.
Brian Pankey made 44 consecutive catches while juggling four flaming torches and balancing on a rola bola.
WARNING: This record can be extremely dangerous. Please do not attempt this record unless you are above the age of 18 and trained as a professional. We will not accept submissions in this category from minors.
Brian Pankeymade five consecutive catches while juggling five
flaming torches and balancing on arola bola.
NOTE: Juggling flaming torches is dangerous and should only be
attempted by professionals.
Carisa Hendrix held a lit torch in her mouth for 26.37 seconds.
NOTE: Placing fire in mouth is extremely dangerous and should only be attempted by trained professionals.
R.J. Williams blew 46 fire puffs in 30 seconds.
NOTE: Fire breathing is extremely dangerous and should only be
attempted by trained professionals.
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