RPV stacked 73 £1 coins in a single tower.
Teody Jasper used 276 coins to build a coin bridge.
James G. stacked 20 coins on the edge of a coin standing vertically on another coin.
William Zambole led a group in raising $5,800 for charity by destroying a city made of cards. After the city was built, Zambole and others donated money to see the cards knocked down. The record was set during the Cardhalla event at 2015 Gen Con in Indianapolis, Indiana.
Jordan L. flicked 44 five cent coins in 10 seconds.
Kevin C. balanced 51 American quarters on his elbow and caught them with the same hand.
Ryuusei K. spun an American quarter for 20.86 seconds.
Vega T. has a collection of 1,204 $2 bills.
To celebrate selling its five millionth food and drink voucher in the UK, online marketplace Groupon partnered with London-based restaurant merchant, Honky Tonk, and created The Glamburger.
Chef Chris Large made the burger patty with 220 grams of Kobe Wagyu beef minced with 60 grams of New Zealand venison to perfectly balance the fat content, with a rich center of black truffle brie to create a liquid pocket once the meat has cooked. The burger patty is then seasoned with smoked Himalayan salt and served with a Canadian lobster poached in Iranian saffron. Atop the lobster was maple syrup coated streaky bacon, Beluga caviar and a hickory smoked duck egg intricately covered in edible gold leaf. The bun is seasoned with a Japanese matcha and cream mayonnaise and coated in gold leaf. The finishing touches are a mango and champagne jus and grated white truffle.
The Glamburger currently retails at £1,100.
Kip B. balanced an American banknote on his nose for 46.65 seconds.
Doug S. won $200 on a scratch off lottery ticket.
Ben A. performed 16 consecutive coin rolls in 30 seconds using an American quarter coin.
Brian L. put 11 $100 bills and 68 $20 bills on a RecordSetter Book Of World Records. The total dollar amount came to $2,460.00, a new world record.
Scott R. has 109 photos of himself posing with $1,000,000 US. The photos were taken at Binion's Casino in Downtown Las Vegas.
Brian Pankey completed 37 Eisenhower silver dollar coin rolls using alternating hands in one minute.
Brian Pankey completed 28 coin rolls with an American quarter in one minute.
By clicking "create account", you agree that you've read and understand the