Kevin Taylor's martial arts student, Matt Watts, jumped over four chairs with bare feet.
As Miles Gray created a vlog post, 29 people at YouTube Nation spun in office chairs at the same time.
Charles L. balanced an open folding chair using one chair leg on his chin for one minute, 35.81 seconds.
Aryan R. juggled three stress balls for 9.94 seconds while standing on a chair on one foot and balancing a book and duct tape on his head.
26 people from Class 5 of Catcliffe Primary School in Rotherham, England fit 15 marshmallows in their mouths while balancing five books on their heads and standing on chair.
Andrew L. sat on 44 executive chairs in one minute.
Bill Ver and his friends from First Presbyterian Oostburg Youth
Ministry taped 2,000 Q-tips to a salon chair.
Brian Pankey balanced a folding chair on his forehead for one minute,
45.45 seconds while spinning a pillow on one finger.
Jon Ham performed a handstand on a chair for 39.75 seconds. He set the record at VidCon 2012 in Anaheim, California. RecordSetter President and CEO Dan Rollman presided over the attempt.
Doug McManaman transformed a step ladder to a chair in 9.53 seconds.
Van Hampton knocked over a homemade fort in 33.09 seconds.
Brian Pankey balanced five folding chairs on his chin for 49.15
seconds. He set the record on his knees.
13 members of the Reflections of Christ Student Ministry Group of
Dallas, Georgia rocked in rocking chairs while drinking Quik Trip
The world record attempt was performed on June 27, 2009 in Hiram,
Georgia. Michael Childs was present as a witness.
Directed by guest speaker Chris Sacca,1006 freshmen students at
Wright State University changed their seats at the same time.
Daniel Haslam waited in ESPN’s College GameDay line for 43 hours
and 30 minutes. Haslem got in line at 3pm on Thursday October 22, 2009
and stayed in it until 10:30am on Saturday October 24, 2009, in time for
the start of the show.
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