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Most Times Saying "Galaptasaurus" In One Minute

United States Caitlin Hill

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Manhattan, New York, United States / April 28, 2009

Caitlin Hill says the word quot;galapatasaurusquot; 44 times in one minute. quot;Galaptasaurusquot; was originally defined by record creator Yan Grinshteyn as quot;a tyrannosaurus that spends way too much time vacationing in the Galapagos.quot;

Hill set the record on April 28, 2009 in New York City during a webisode of Rocketboom. Kenyatta Cheese was present to witness the record.

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  • Philippines Ma-Ann Pacion

    Ma-Ann Pacion

    great job, mike! :)

  • Canada Dan Rollman

    Dan Rollman

    We have, at least temporarily, marked this record as "Denied." Why, you ask? As TikiTakman and yan point out, Caitlin clearly mispronounces the word 'Galaptasaurus'. She says 'GalapAtasaurus'. This is incorrect. We considered changing her record title to Most Times Saying "Galapatasaurus" In One Minute, but that felt like an easy way out. Her intent was to beat Yan's record, and in our estimation she failed. Our vision is to implement tools that will allow you (the community) a chance to vote on these types of issues yourselves. We're working on it. In the meantime, we have our Comment section for such disputes. Please join the discussion. Does Caitlin deserve this record?

  • United States Yan  Grinshteyn

    Yan Grinshteyn

    c'mon girl... if you're going to shamelessly use my creative genius for a webisode, pronounce the word right.

  • Technically this shouldn't count, since she is pronouncing it GalapAtasaurus whereas Yan Grinshteyn, the guy who made up the word pronouces it Galaptasaurus

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