Marty Wormley signed the entire ASL alphabet in 4.43 seconds.
In homage to his love of food, Colin Nissan sets a new universal
record by opening a can of Campbell’s Alphabet Soup and spelling out
‘PANTYHOSE’ in one minute, 25.77 seconds.
Nissan set the record on January 7, 2009 at a World Record Appreciation
Society event in New York City. He opened a standard size (10.5 ounces)
pop top lid can, strained the letters, and then spelled out ‘PANTYHOSE’
using letters from the soup. Ronnie Gensler and Nicholas Fritzhand were
present to document the achievement and confirm proper spelling.
Mick Cullen named 26 bands, each beginning with a different letter of
the alphabet, in 10.90 seconds.
Sam W. scored 144 points after placing one tile during a game of Scrabble.
Doron T. posted 40 consecutive tweets using every letter of the English alphabet.
Nick Pascarella recited the entire alphabet in 1.86 seconds.
Lucy Smith and Sophia Lipkin ink stamp the entire English alphabet
in one minute and 56.32 seconds, a new world record. The letters were
stamped in alphabetical order.
The girls performed the feat on April 4, 2009 at the first annual
Brooklyn World Record Day in Brooklyn, New York. The event was held by
URDB in conjunction with Beam Camp. Dan Rollman was present as a
Doron T. named countries beginning with every letter but “X” in 5.00 seconds. He performed the feat in alphabetical order.
Matthew J. recited the English alphabet backwards 26 times in one minute.
While balancing an egg on her head and a spoon on her nose, Adriana
Yugovich recited the English alphabet backward in 2.40 seconds.
Yugovich set the record on August 12, 2009 at a World Record
Appreciation Society event in New York City. Dan Rollman and Corey
Henderson were present as witnesses.
Martin recited all 50 United States alphabetically while riding on a pogo stick in 20.91 seconds.
Olivia M. wrote all 26 letters of the English alphabet out in 8.08 seconds.
Josh Morden spelled “THE RECORD COLLECTION” in one minute, 55.80 seconds
using Alpha-Bits cereal.
85 attendees of iD Tech Camp at Villanova recited the English
alphabet at the same time.
Maddi Stadtmueller and her friends created 25 backronyms in one minute.
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