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Most Alternating Random Words Spoken Between Two People In 30 Seconds

United States Olivia and Vivian

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Brooklyn, New York, United States / February 21, 2010

Olivia and Vivian said 22 alternating random words in 30 seconds. The duo originally said 26 words, but three words were not counted because they’d stipulated repeats weren’t permitted.

The record was set on February 21, 2010 at the 2nd Annual Brooklyn World Record Day, an event hosted by RecordSetter in conjunction with Beam Camp as part of their Inventgenuity Festival.

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- no words can be repeated 
- reading words off list not permitted

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  • United States David Webber

    David Webber

    It is hard to tell whether or not this attempt can be considered legit. The 44 words I can hear are: ice, tree, nose, grass, teeth, cement, braces, window, hair, bent?, eyebrow, bells?, eyelashes, shoe, (inaudible), animal, lanyard, dog, ticket, cat, key, fish, shoes , (inaudible), socks, elephant, pants, giraffe, underwear, tiger, tree, liger, clothes, lion, fire hydrant, girl, (inaudible), boy, (inaudible), man, lunch, woman, sandwich, dinner. That leaves "shoe" twice (albeit one plural and one singular), "fire hydrant" as one word, and a bunch of inaudible words.

  • United States Mikayla Townsend

    Mikayla Townsend

    this is so easy:D im gonna beat it:)

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