Coca-Cola, in partnership with Twitter, recorded 168,800 tweets in 24 hours using the hashtag #ShareaCoke to set a RecordSetter world record for Largest Twitter "Cheers!"
The hashtag instantly generated a special emoji featuring a pair of clinking Coke bottles. Read more about the feat here.
As part of the "Dream Big - Read" summer reading program, members of Kasson Public Library gathered 14 people to make wishes by blowing loose eyelashes at once.
Wishes varied from "having a million dollars" to "getting a bigger library".
Pat Cassels and Brian Murphy from College Humor sat in a Ford Focus ST and joined a conference call with a combined total of 82 people. Watch the full Ford Focus ST video here. The record was officiated by RecordSetter president Dan Rollman.
A total of 125 people said "Jesus, Jesus, Jesus!" at once. They set the record at Freedom Worship Baptist Church in Blanchester, Ohio.
Michael Smith, Jon, Kevin, Dan, and Andrew squeezed wedges of lemon and lime into their eyes at the same time.
Nathan Sukonik and 12,804 people gathered at Central Park in New York City armed with water guns and sprayed water to each other.
They set the record to celebrate the start of summer season. Read more about the event here.
97 TaskUs employees played bingo in their office. They set the record to celebrate RecordSetter World Record Day.
173 attendees at the ACCYM Senior High Assembly formed a human United Methodist Cross And Flame symbol.
A total of 333 students and staff of North Union Middle School in Richwood, Ohio wore fake mustaches at school to raise awareness against bullying. They wore the mustaches to signify that it is okay to be different.
Led by the members of the Omega Force Strength Team, a total of 248 people sang Happy Birthday to Jerry Thomas on his 62nd birthday.
1,800 athletes and members of One Team Singapore formed a heart design using their bodies. They set the record during the 8th ASEAN Para Games to show inclusiveness and support for disability sports.
Led by Aaron H., 343 people performed the Bernie dance move.
Joseph Nagy created a tape ball 12 inches in circumference.
Juli Moody flexed her bicep to reach 16.25 inches in diameter. She is a stunt and strength athlete.
A total of 2,600 people formed the phrase "No War" by standing in a stadium. The event was organized to promote peace and encourage people to stop war in Ukraine. Yuriy Seretskiy and The Symbol of Success LLC organized the event with the support of City Councillor Alexander Zholobetsky, Mayor Yury Granaturov and Governor Vadim Merikov.
Led by Andrew Currie, 263 students and staff at Werribee Secondary College popped party poppers at once.
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