Tommy Chalk chatted with his dad on the phone for four minutes and 24.40 seconds while sitting on Mark Clementson’s shoulders.
Sharon Newbaker coaxed a Mattress World employee into saying the word
“mattress” 24 times during a single phone call.
At the 2015 VidCon Prom, 2,047 members of the YouTube community created the Largest Cellphone Wave, a RecordSetter.com World Record. Participants turned on their phone flashlights and created a wave of light motion back and forth across the floor of the Anaheim Convention Center Arena.
RecordSetter CEO Dan Rollman was present to direct and officiate the attempt.
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Paul (Pabs) Melia had 50 imaginary telephone conversations using different, non-telephone objects in 30 seconds.
Mark Evans balanced a cell phone on top of a drumstick on his index finger for 20 minutes, 53.72 seconds.
Ren L. called someone 15 times in a row and had her say "Hello?" without saying anything.
Andrew M. pressed the lap button on his iPhone stopwatch 572 times in one minute.
Mel Sampson and her listeners set the record live on-air during the “The
Drive Home with Mel” show on K-Rock 89.3 on September 24, 2010.
Ethan H. sent 51 text messages to his friend in one minute.
Kevin F. balanced a cell phone on his head for 50 minutes, 34.00 seconds.
Mark Z. pressed the "lap" button on his iPhone stopwatch 122 times in 10 seconds.
Eliza and Emma sent and received seven text messages in 33.78 seconds quoting William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet with the speech “O Romeo, Romeo, wherefore art thou Romeo?”
Pat Cassels and Brian Murphy from College Humor sat in a Ford Focus ST and joined a conference call with a combined total of 82 people. Watch the full Ford Focus ST video here. The record was officiated by RecordSetter president Dan Rollman.
Suresh Gaur balanced a cell phone on top of a pool cue on his forehead for one minute, 31.33 seconds while sitting.
Michael Martin ripped a phone book in half in 0.37 seconds.
Michael Martin ripped 67 phone books in ten minutes. He attempted to rip
through 71 books but four of the tears were partial.
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