Michael Epsenhart said the world ‘galaptasaurus’ 92 times in one minute,
a new world record. ‘Galaptasaurus’ was originally defined by category
creator Yan Grinshteyn as “a tyrannosaurus that spends way too much time
vacationing in the Galapagos.”
Ibrahim Earth Angel demonstrates tremendous emcee skills by rapping 206
words with a British accent in 30 seconds, a new universal record.
Earth Angel kicked the flow on August 29, 2008 at the Burning Man
festival in Black Rock City, Nevada. Playa Book of Records Executive
Committee members Dan Rollman and Steve Payonzeck were on hand to
document the record and count the words.
I’m a ground breaker listen to my baseline shake ya I’m a pace
maker so you can take a couple of beats you can take a minim rest to
catch your breath and all that’s left is to proceed with the earthquake
this is a mic check as the DJ cues up dubs on each deck my mind drifts
back in retrospect to my rehearsal and the ninety-nine mics I wrecked I
make studios look like war zones when they’re strewn with the shattered
shells of microphones I crack metal with my dulcet tones and my poetry
confounds all attempts by MC clones these MC clones will try cloning but
when I step up on the mic I’m owning my defense is full press I’m not
zoning I’m sharp like a samurai sake like a ronin I’m undertoning I used
to get teenage kicks but now I’m older and I’m still sounding sick and
I’m surrounded by MCs who got their arses kicked and I can guarantee
that none of them are half as quick I be still spitting I’m bringing the
beat until your head starts splitting the marks I’m hitting the bass I’m
pounding so make some noise and tell me how I’m sounding.
Frankie Norstad refrained from too much obscenity when she recited 46
four-letter words in one minute, an all-new world record. She ably
employed homonyms (like “bear” and “bare”) and used only one word that
could not be counted (“poot,” which could not be found in any
Andrew James Black sets world record for the longest word or phrase
spelled using only fingers and hands. Black spelled quot;boy toy,quot; a
six-letter phrase. His feat beat the previous record of
quot;bloodquot; by one letter.
Black set the record on March 25, 2009 at his home in Hamilton, Ontario.
Impressions included are: “cat on a train,” “cat with sleep apnea,” “cat
drowning,” “catatonic,” “cattle call,” “cat watching birds,” “cat
starting an engine,” “cat wanting attention,” “cat high on cat nip,”
“Siamese cats,” “cat hard of hearing,” “cat stuck in a closet,”
“catstration,” “cat on fire,” “cat where there the cat-sitter forgot to
come,” “cat allergic to its owner,” “cat looking at his 401(k) in 2005,”
“cat looking at his 401(k) in 2009,” “cat watching TV,” “cat choking on
hairball,” and “cat on a hot tin roof.”
Laura All spelled 43 words using the letters in ‘SAUCONY ORIGINALS’ in
one minute, a world record. One-letter words weren’t accepted, but
two-letter words were OK. She wasn’t allowed to read words from a
All achieved the feat on July 19, 2009 at the Pitchfork Music
Festival in Chicago, Illinois. Representatives from RecordSetter.com
were present to document the record.