Nick Clark and members of Youth Making A Difference (YMAD) along with their sponsors Arvo and Tmbr built a cardboard box fort made of 12,301 boxes.
They set the record to help raise money for an orphanage of 27 girls in Chamba, India.
Alexander R. held 80 pizza boxes in his hand at once.
Anna Simon, a host at Otra Movida, knocked down 48 cardboard boxes dressed as a hybrid human-cardboard battering ram.
Guido Balducci knocked over 44 empty paper boxes with a broom while
riding a pallet jack. The wall of boxes he’d set up originally had
Shripad V. placed 68 dried peas from a bowl to a box in one minute using a straw.
Six of Clint Poore's kittens slept inside a box.
Clint P. held 25 Christmas card boxes in his hand at once.
Doug McManaman balanced nine boxes on his thumb for two minutes, 00.06 second.
Pavol Durdik punched a punching bag 199 times in 15 seconds.
Jimmy Smith and Maria Shelton held a stack of 20 pizza boxes each, a total of 40 boxes held at once by two people. They set the record during Majors Pizza Appreciation Day in Albany, Kentucky.
Gerald Fraas stacked 170 American pennies on an ammunition box.
Kyle Petersen balanced nine wooden boxes on his chin for one minute, 18.52 seconds while hula hooping. The record was set at an event in the Dube Juggling showroom in New York City.
Brian Pankeyflipped 48 playing cards into a box while balancing a raw
egg on the top of his non-throwing hand.
David Dargay, four feet and 10 inches (58 inches) tall, fit himself into
a 20 x 23 inch box.
Danny R. pulled 40 tissues out of a box in 15 seconds.
At the Zappos.com Bay to Breakers Pre-Race Expo in San Francisco, California, Jesi Vasquez stacked a tower of 15 Zappos delivery boxes in 15 seconds, a RecordSetter.com World Record.
This one of eight world records set at the Expo. Additionally, the race itself set a world record for Most World Records Set During a Road Race (40). See all the records at RecordSetter.com/Zappos.
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