Carlo Andreacchio took one minute, 13.37 seconds to pronounce the word
Chris “Shockwave” Sullivan beatboxed for 1 minute and 6.8 seconds
using only one breath.
Sullivan set the record at a World Record Appreciation Society
event held at Joe’s Pub in New York City. Dan Rollman and Corey
Henderson were present as witnesses.
Using just his body and the pull of an arm, Thom Wall extended his Fat
Max tape measure 115.25 inches.
Using tremendous focus and a steady hand, master stacker Sam Jaffe
built a world record 133-inch domino tower.
On October 7, 2008, Jaffe began to lay the base layers of a domino
skyscraper at his home in San Diego, California. Hundreds of dominoes, two ladders, and four days later, he’d created
an architectural marvel.
Gregg, Alexander, Eliana, Max, Tucker, Estelle, Warren,
Bennett, Briggs, Thatcher, Keegan, Owen, Barrett, and Kellen had a marshmallow roasting stick that measures 129.5 inches.
Operatic tenor Michael Kennedy sang a single vocal note that lasted 19
minutes, 18.76 seconds. He used circular breathing to achieve the
Kaitlin R. lets out a vocal fry that lasted one minute, 53.62 seconds.
Srijan C. held the peacock pose on a 20-millimeter diameter pipe for two minutes, 27.35 seconds.
Cole C. held an audible “Om” for one minute, 12.06 seconds.
Operatic tenor Michael Kennedy sang a cadenza that was one hour, seven minutes, 12.00 seconds in length.
Using sweat and condensation as adhesive, Patrick MacIntosh kept a beer can attached to his forehead for one minute, 53.15 seconds.
MacIntosh set the record on August 27, 2008 at the Burning Man
festival in Black Rock City, Nevada. Steve Payonzeck and Xavier Smith were present to witness and document the feat.
Jason O’Brien and Andrew Chiccini held a single tandem “Shh” for 34.55
Jovah Siegel made an accurate croquet shot 16 feet in length.
Dinesh Shivnath Upadhyaya displays the tremendous depth of his nostril
by inserting a four inch nail all the way inside his nose.
NOTE: This record is dangerous and should only be attempted by trained
Colin Pilcher and Marc Murray played 8-ball billiards continuously
for 72 hours, 2 minutes and 7 seconds, raising money for the Heel and
The duo started at 7 pm on July 31st, 2011 and finished shortly after 7
pm on August 3rd, 2011. The final score was Pilcher’s 335 wins to
Murray’s 321 wins.
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