Wes Turner made an “S” using sticky notes on someone else’s body in
Stride’s setting 100 records in 100 days. At the end of 100 days, we’ll
verify if you are the standing Record Holder. If you are, you’ll get
$500 for each record you managed to hold with your guile, talent, and
General caution and common sense required. We show the Stride Team at
work, but recommend that these challenges be done at home.
Jaana A. and other fans from 30 countries around the world wrote a fan letter to Jedward measuring 400 meters in length.
Laura All spelled 43 words using the letters in ‘SAUCONY ORIGINALS’ in
one minute, a world record. One-letter words weren’t accepted, but
two-letter words were OK. She wasn’t allowed to read words from a
All achieved the feat on July 19, 2009 at the Pitchfork Music
Festival in Chicago, Illinois. Representatives from RecordSetter.com
were present to document the record.
Maddi Stadtmueller and her friends created 25 backronyms in one minute.
Olivia M. wrote all 26 letters of the English alphabet out in 8.08 seconds.
Sam W. scored 144 points after placing one tile during a game of Scrabble.
Doron T. posted 40 consecutive tweets using every letter of the English alphabet.
Keven Intravaia stacked 57 Scrabble tiles in one minute.
Nick Pascarella recited the entire alphabet in 1.86 seconds.
Karan T. recited the alphabet backwards in 2.17 seconds.
Jordan L. recited 100 letters of the English alphabet in order while doing a handstand and patting his head.
85-year-old Eok-gun Oh recited 3,304 classic Korean letters in five minutes, 57.03 seconds from his memory. He studied and memorized classic Asian characters to prevent Alzheimer's Disease.
Jonathan S. spelled Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious in 3.18 seconds.
172 attendees at the ACCYM Senior High Assembly formed a human letter "W".
Kayla Scohy and her two best friends, Savanna and Joanne, wrote a fan letter to Madam Adam that was 445 feet (5,340 inches) long. It took them four months to finish the entire letter.
In homage to his love of food, Colin Nissan sets a new universal
record by opening a can of Campbell’s Alphabet Soup and spelling out
‘PANTYHOSE’ in one minute, 25.77 seconds.
Nissan set the record on January 7, 2009 at a World Record Appreciation
Society event in New York City. He opened a standard size (10.5 ounces)
pop top lid can, strained the letters, and then spelled out ‘PANTYHOSE’
using letters from the soup. Ronnie Gensler and Nicholas Fritzhand were
present to document the achievement and confirm proper spelling.
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