Joe C. stacked seven regular-sized Bic lighters on top of each other.
Tai Star flicked three lighters at once.
Tai Star built a tower of seven lighters.
Brian Pankey spun a basketball on 12 different objects in one minute. He
spun each object individually and in alphabetical order.
The objects used include: an apple, a baseball, a cigar box, a dart, an
egg(raw), a Fushigi ball, a golf ball, a hammer, an iron, a jar, a
knife, and a lighter. He also used a mallet and a nail, but these
objects went over the one minute time limit and were deducted from the
Tai Star stacked 22 Bic lighters on two fingers.
Tai Star stacked 11 dice on top of a Mini Bic lighter held in his hand.
Viktor O. dealt out three playing cards with a mini BIC lighter standing on top of the deck in 1.07 seconds.
Brian Pankey completed consecutive 24 rolls of a lighter in his fingers in one minute.
Brian Pankey completed 13 consecutive rolls of a lighter in his fingers in 30 seconds.
Tai Star balanced 10 lighters on a single upright lighter.
Brian Pankey rolled two lighters in his fingers 19 times in one minute. He used one lighter in each hand.
Ryan R. spun a lighter on his finger for three minutes, 18.84 seconds.
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.
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
Tai Star balanced two lighters on the tip of his finger for 38.25
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