Lisa Watson, a Nurse Oncology Education Program marketing guru, has 62
office items wrapped in tin foil.
Smt. Kamala Prasad Rao made 365 handcrafted items in one year. The items
were made out of waste materials such as broken bangles, feather, saw
dust, chalk powder, etc. Her other exhibitions include paintings and
Brian Pankey juggled six travel-sized items in a hotel room.
Bobby Wilson spun 43 items on one hand. Each spin contained at least one 360-degree rotation.
Amelia Wallace named 16 penguin-related items in 30 seconds. She set the record to celebrate RecordSetter World Record Day.
Ben Simpson, Alex McAlister, and Holt Will completed 28 table tennis ball volleys while holding a wheat penny, reindeer stencil and Gameboy game in their mouths and balancing on one foot.
Jennifer W. removed seven items stuffed into her PS3 by her son. The items included two DVDs (Shaun of the Dead and Star Fleet), four business cards and one Australian Metcard.
Tony Mansfield auctioned 400 items nonstop for over four hours in a shopping mall in Queensland, Australia. The event was organized to raise money and local awareness for Make-A-Wish Australia. Learn more about the feat here.
Darryl Learie currently has 15,540 items in his personal computer. These items include 22,198 files and 149 folders.
Michelle S. currently has 777 collectible items featuring sheep in her collection. She has been collecting since 1996.
Kate Lawler scanned 27 items at a grocery store checkout in 30 seconds.
Nicholas B. dropped one full inventory of items in Runescape 3 in 24.74 seconds.
Eden P. stuck 59 items on the wall and ceiling of his bedroom.
Doug McManaman stacked four sports equipment items.
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