Cristina Pedroche, a reporter at Otra Movida, hit 27 people in the
face with pies in 30 seconds while wearing roller skates.
A total of 528 staff and students of Saghalie Middle School joined hands and performed a pop 'n' lock armwave. They set the record during their first pep assembly of the year.
Pastor Dave Olson of ONE Student Ministry at River Valley Church got in a golf cart and drove a chain of 29 office chairs.
Miki Nadal, a host at Otra Movida, tasted 25 Spanish fast food items in 30 seconds.
1,268 people from Prestonwood Church in Plano, Texas blew up balloons and then popped them by sitting on them.
Ryan Sullivan played 13 different video game consoles in one minute.
The feat was set at Ohayocon, an annual Japanese animation and gaming convention. Sullivan is the Tournament Coordinator and Gaming Department Head at the event, which is in its 11th year.
Consoles and games in the lineup:
Super Nintendo- Super Mario World
Wii- Wii Sports Resort (100 Pin Bowling)
Xbox 360- Super Street Fighter 4 Arcade Edition
Gamecube - Super Smash Bros. Melee
NES - Legend of Zelda
Dreamcast - Crazy Taxi
Playstation - Gex
Genesis - Sonic The Hedgehog
Xbox - Halo 2
PS2 - Namco Museum 50th Anniversary (Rolling Thunder)
Sega Saturn - Revolution X
PS3 - Tekken 6
Atari VCS - Missile Command
Thomas B. led a member of Revolve Student Ministry of Oologah Assembly of God to marker mustache 37 people in 30 seconds.
A total of 401 students from Chilton Saint James School in New Zealand stood in a circle and brushed each others teeth, creating the world's largest toothbrushing circle. Read more about the feat here.
Nathan Morris, a radio DJ at Nova 93.7 in Perth, Australia, snuggled
with 50 bunnies in a hammock at once, a new world record. He beat
actress Cameron Diaz’s record by two bunnies.
Morris performed the feat live on his Nathan and Nat with Shaun
McManus radio show on July 3, 2009. Nick Daly was present as a
Otra Movida host Florentino Fernández slid on a Slip 'n' Slide into a toilet paper pyramid constructed from 480 paper rolls. They set the record during the last "I Love Jimmy Fallon" segment of Otra Movida.
15 people impersonated Adam Sandler in 38.56 seconds. They set the record during an episode of Late Night With Jimmy Fallon in New York City. RecordSetter co-founders Dan Rollman and co-founder Corey Henderson presided over the attempt.
NOTE: The original plan was to have 17 people involved in the record, but two dropped out at the last minute.
Otra Movida's writer coordinator, Kiko García, caught 265 Honey Nut Cheerios with his honey-covered face thrown by their host, Dani Martínez, in 15 seconds.
Mel Sampson set the record live on-air during the “The Drive Home with Mel” show on K-Rock 89.3 on September 20, 2010.
Jimmy Fallon played five video games at once. He played River Rush on Xbox 360 with Kinect, Street Fighter X Tekken on Sony PS3, Grand Slam Tennis on Nintendo Wii, Super Mario Bros. on NES Advantage Joystick and Dance Dance Revolution SuperNova on an arcade machine. The record was set on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon as part of Video Game Week.
Emily Miethner and 11 other people sat on Santa's and said their Christmas wishes at the same moment.
The record was set during an episode of Late Night With Jimmy Fallon. RecordSetter co-founders Dan Rollman and Corey Henderson officiated the feat.
It took 20 people, most dressed as Ryu from Street Fighter, a total of 37.85 seconds to each throw a Hadouken fireball. The record was set on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon as part of Video Game Week.
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