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Tallest S'more

01:51 United States

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. [#WRAS08][] tag:RecordSetterBook01

Tallest Soda Can Tower

03:39 England

Will P. built a 12-ounce soda can tower 23 cans tall.

Tallest Solo Cup Tower

United States

Peyton R. stacked 405 red solo cups in a single tower.

Tallest Staccabees Tower


Fiona Singer built a Staccabees tower 30 units in height.

Tallest Statue Of Santa Claus Holding A Snowman

United States

Art Hoffman’s statue of Santa Claus holding a snowman figure measures eight feet in height.

Tallest Theodor Herzl Bobblehead

United States

David Matlow has a Theodor Herzl bobblehead measuring 15.24 centimeters (six inches) in height.

Tallest Tree Branch Swing Platform

00:40 United States

Sierra Dwyer swung on a swing from a tree branch 84 inches off the ground.

Tallest VHS Tape Tower

00:17 United States

Eric W. built a VHS tape tower measuring 101 inches tall.

Tallest Wildflower Hand Painted On A Tree

United States

James Hiram Malone painted a wildflower on a tree measuring eight feet in height. The measurement was taken from the base of the stem to the top point of the highest petal. Anyone attempting to beat this feat must paint the flower by hand. Toxic paints should not be used.

Tallest Woman With A Fake Mustache

United States

Vip parades a fake mustache across her face while standing six feet tall. #BM2007

World's Tallest See-Saw

United States

Brandon C. built a see-saw 22’ in height and 40’ in length. It boasts a fulcrum that’s 10’ off the ground. #BM2005

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