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Most Perfect Push-Ups In One Hour Followed By Plank Poetry (Female)

01:04:40 United States

Alicia Weber performed 802 consecutive perfect push-ups in one hour. After finishing the push-ups, Weber performed a plank exercise while reciting a published poem.

Fastest Time To Write A Limerick

01:31 United States

Viktor O. wrote a limerick in 47.48 seconds. The limerick read: There once was a man named Joe, Who loved to play in the snow, One day it was cold, He didn't do as he was told And he lost three of his toes.

Longest Love Poem Written To A Newt In Two Minutes In A Prius

00:55 United States

This record was set as part of Prius Records, a two-day event streamed live on the Internet. In a 48-hour period, URDB officials adjudicated 200 Prius-related world records. This was the most records ever documented in a 48-hour window, a world record in and of itself. The event took place in Los Angeles, California on March 30th and 31st, 2011. See all the records set at the event here.

Longest Rhyming Poem About Library Materials

Iran

Amir Kalhor wrote a poem containing 65 rhymes about library materials at Bagherol Oloom Public Library.

Longest Poem Recited From Memory While Holding A Pet Cat

01:22 United States

Sarah Olson recited the poem "Troll Sat Alone on His Seat of Stone" by J.R.R. Tolkein from her memory while holding her cat. The poem contains a total of 412 words.

Most Authors To Contribute To A Published Anthology Of Short Stories And Poetry

United States

Ricky McGentleman and 117 authors contributed to the anthology, Live Life: The Daydreamer's Journal.

Smallest Readable Poetry Book

02:39 United States

Sathar Adhoor wrote a poetry book measuring one centimeter in length and width. The book weighs 300 mg and contains poems translated in 66 different languages.

Largest Community Poem Written By Facebook Fans On A Fan Page Wall

United States

Members of the Barnes amp; Noble College Facebook community celebrated National Poetry Month by posting the largest group poem on their Facebookwall with 50 unique contributors.

Fastest Time For Four People To Each Read The First Four Limericks In "The Hopeful Trout And Other Limericks"

03:02 United States

Sam Klarich, Abby, Brittani, and Emily each read the first four limericks of John Ciardi’s The Hopeful Trout And Other Limericks[] in a combined two minutes, 18.92 seconds. The four limericks they read were The Elephant Boy, Goodbye Please, The Thingamajig and Keeping Busy Is Better Than Nothing.

Fastest Time To Recite "At A Minute Or Two 'Til Two"

00:43 United States

James Hulser recited the At A Minute Or Two ’Til Two tongue twister in 7.57 seconds.

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