On December 1st, ‘World AIDS Day’, Nikesh Thapaliya and 17 teenagers of
’Yes! Club World- Nepal’ recited this year’s theme of World AIDS
Day in unison. The theme for 2011 is “Getting to Zero”.
The main objective of the feat is to send out message to the world that
even youth and teenagers are aware and trying to contribute towards
resolving the global issue of HIV/AIDS.
Dan Mackey flipped over 10 people at once while performing a forward
Andrew R. clinked 122 glasses in one minute. He set the record as part of his group's regional meeting.
Ben Jenkins and 14 of his friends formed the world's largest human pyramid, a RecordSetter.com World Record.
Joey Mette and Jed fit two people in one swim cap while holding it
Suresh Gaur and a kid stood on a rola bola for 36.07 seconds.
On March 23rd, staff and customers at 346 Whole Foods Market locations participated in a Chicken Dance event.
Twelve librarians from the New Jersey Library Association rode the El Toro roller coaster at Six Flags Great Adventure in Jackson, New Jersey.
They set the record to break the stereotype that librarians are introverted and timid shushers and to help foster a better understanding of what librarians are like.
Mike and three of his friends successfully tossed and caught a sombrero 69 times in a row.
A total of 333 students and staff of North Union Middle School in Richwood, Ohio wore fake mustaches at school to raise awareness against bullying. They wore the mustaches to signify that it is okay to be different.
Led by the members of the Omega Force Strength Team, a total of 248 people sang Happy Birthday to Jerry Thomas on his 62nd birthday.
Clint Poore and three Southwest Airlines flight attendants said "We love Southwest Airlines" at once in front of a Southwest Airlines plane. They set a record shortly after a landing in Denver, Colorado.
Brandon and his group spun 794 dreidels at once.
Wayne Stinson bench pressed his wife, Rita Stinson, 22 times. He set the record during the 2012 Kentucky Muscle Expo in Louisville, Kentucky.
Nathan Sukonik and 12,804 people gathered at Central Park in New York City armed with water guns and sprayed water to each other.
They set the record to celebrate the start of summer season. Read more about the event here.
As part of the "Dream Big - Read" summer reading program, members of Kasson Public Library gathered 14 people to make wishes by blowing loose eyelashes at once.
Wishes varied from "having a million dollars" to "getting a bigger library".
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