Brian Pankey caught a raw egg on the neck then popping it off neck to
hands until it breaks 32 times.
Brian Pankey caught a raw egg on the back of his neck 17 times in one
Brian Pankey caught a raw egg on the back of his neck nine times in 30
Pavol Durdik bent up and down 812 times without breaking the two eggs held inside his pockets.
Pavol Durdik said egg 90 times in 12 seconds.
Brian Pankey balanced a 15-pound sledgehammer with an egg on top on his
chin while sitting for four minutes and 28.27 seconds.
Doug McManaman balanced an egg on a four foot level with his left hand
for 2 minutes and 38.48 seconds.
Doug McManaman balanced an egg on a four foot level with his right hand
for 2 minutes and 16.57 seconds.
Sam Stilson ate a fried egg sandwich in 44.5 seconds, a new world
record. The sandwich consisted of a fried egg, one slice of Kraft
cheese, Frank’s Red Hot Sauce, and a sauage bun. No drinks were were
allowed between bites.
The accomplishment took place on April 25, 2009. Craig Morrison was
present to witness and time the record.
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.
Doug McManaman balanced a tower containing 24 eggs on his chin while
he sat in a chair atop a six-foot ladder for 14.85 seconds.
Brian Pankey completed 17 consecutive waffle flips while juggling two
raw eggsin 30 seconds.
Brian Pankey completed 56 consecutive waffle flips in a skillet while
juggling two raw eggs.
Brian Pankey completed 33 consecutive waffle flips in a skillet while
juggling two raw eggs in one minute.
Brian Pankey completed 15 consecutive waffle flips in a skillet while
juggling two raw eggs on a rola bola.
36 pairs of two set the record, beating the existing mark by six pairs.
The group is part of iD Tech Camp at Princeton University.
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