Competitive eater Takeru Kobayashi ate 25 Peeps in 30 seconds. He crushed his opponent Gavon Laessig, who only managed to eat four. The competition took place at BuzzFeed HQ in New York City, and was adjudicated by RecordSetter officials Corey Henderson and Emily Miethner.
NOTE: Competitive eating is dangerous and should not be attempted unless you are professionally trained.
Sydney said "peep" 201 times while Nancy Kate and Sarah threw marshmallow Peeps at her.
Greg Roberts placed three Peeps on his sleeping baby in a
stop-motion film, a new world record. For those interested in beating
the record, Roberts insists the baby must be under the age of one and
the Peeps must be uneaten.
The record was set at Roberts’ San Diego home on March 13, 2009, with
his baby Liam featured in the film. Jessica Roberts witnessed the feat.
Erin Fierst stuffed a jelly beaninto 12 marshmallow Peeps and
then fit the Peeps inside a 7-ounce chocolate bunny. Herinspiration for
the record was taken from a turducken,
Jamie M. ate 200 Peeps in eight minutes, 49.50 seconds.
WARNING: Speed eating can be extremely dangerous. Please do not attempt this record unless you are above the age of 18 and trained as a professional eater. We will not accept speed eating submissions from minors.
Lyle G. ate a Peep marshmallow candy in 5.37 seconds.
WARNING: Speed eating can be extremely dangerous. Please do not attempt this record unless you are above the age of 18 and trained as a professional speed eater. We will not accept submissions in this category from minors.
Harmon Leon, editor of COED Magazine, fit 10 Peeps in his open mouth at once.
NOTE: Stuffing food in your mouth can be dangerous. Please use caution.
Ryan Shannon balances 20 marshmallow Peeps on his iPhone, a new
The achievement took place on April 2, 2009 at Shannon’s office in
Redwood City, California. Kevin Mullarkey was present to document the
record and count the Peeps.
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