Paul Green and Mandy Nelson sang 18 holiday songs in one minute.
588 participants at Thirst Youth Convention in Erie, Pennsylvania played Joy to the World on their kazoos at once.
Shannon M. named 43 holidays in 20 seconds.
Competitive eater Takeru Kobayashi ate 7.5 pounds of turkey in 10
minutes, a new RecordSetter World Record. He set the record to raise
awareness and funds to combat hunger worldwide.
Kobayashi performed the feat on Thanksgiving Eve before a live audience
at Turtle Bay in New York City. RecordSetter Council president Dan
Rollman and senior official Rob Birdsong presided over the attempt.
Read more about the event here.
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NOTE: Competitive eating is dangerous and should not be attempted unless
you are professionally trained. Read more about the sport here.
Clint P. sat on a whoopee cushion and said "Merry Christmas" nine times in 15 seconds while dressed as Santa Claus.
600 people were visible in a selfie taken by someone dressed as Santa Claus. The record was set as part of the Adventure to Santa launch at Victoria Gardens in Rancho Cucamonga, California.
Doug McManaman balanced a Christmas present on top of a 142-inch pole on his chin.
Clint P. broke 12 large peppermint candy canes in 17.40 seconds while dressed as Santa Claus.
Jordan Pike scored 5,637 points in a game of Just Dance 2 on the
Hudson Group employees spoke a total of 25 holiday greetings in different languages. They set the record to showcase their company's diversity.
Doug McManaman balanced a five-foot Santa Claus statue on his thumb for 51.90 seconds while kneeling and dressed as Santa Claus.
Todd DeFazio wore 100 holiday decorations at once.
Steve Stretton held a holiday gift tag using a crease on his forehead
for one minute, 24.10 seconds.
A total of 488 people sang jingle bells while ringing jingle bells at once. They set the record in front of Times Union Center in Albany, New York. See more photos here.
Suresh Gaur held three table tennis balls with his abdomen for 27.18 seconds while kneeling.
Doug McManaman balanced a Christmas ornament on top of a pole
on his chin for 45.16 seconds while kneeling. He dedicated the record to the people who voted for his submission for Top Records of 2012.
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