Clint P. said "I love Aruba" 14 times in 30 seconds while wearing an "I love Aruba" shirt on the beach.
132 Durham Scouts danced in a conga line while wearing identical shirts.
Four members of Glamour Kills team fit themselves into a t-shirt while listening to Paramore.
They set the record as part of the kickoff for Paramore's "Ain't It Fun" music video.
Katie Peabody of Team Fox went 22 years before she realized her
hidden talent of touching her nose with her tongue.
John Fontaine completed 32 jumps in 10 seconds while holding a
watermelon, wearing a camouflage ski cap, and keeping his shirt pulled
over his head.
Clint P. performed 15 consecutive Superman push-ups while wearing a Superman shirt on a beach.
Cassandra Saelee took off 11 t-shirts and transferred them onto Karsyn
Parker’s body in 30 seconds, a new world record. Their feat beat the
previous record by three shirts.
Saelee and Parker set the record on March 28, 2009 at Parker’s home in
Fresno, California. Joe Parker was present to document the record and
count the shirts.
Jamie Matter put on 25 t-shirts in one minute. The last t-shirt put on fell outside the time limit and wasn't counted in the final tally.
T.J. of Pixar Post wore 29 Pixar-themed t-shirts at once.
Clint Poore wore three RecordSetter t-shirts at once.
Grant's friend threw 22 table tennis balls at a beach ball inside Grant's shirt in 10 seconds.
Ian Kalman has two URDB patches on his shirt, a new world record. He’s
maintained he’ll spend the rest of his life earning patches by setting
more world records.
The shirt was documented on June 17, 2009 at Kalman’s home in San
Nine people participated in a 900-meter exquisite corpse relay race,
a new world record. The first participant ran 100 meters and drew part
of a person on their t-shirt. The shirt was then transferred to the next
relay member, who put it on and added to the first person’s drawing
while running. This was done repeatedly, with each person running 100
meters, until the drawing of the person was complete.
The record was set on June 17, 2009 in Indianapolis, Indiana. The relay
participants were Jessica Dunn, Lindsay Gerlach, Courtney Hacker,
Flounder Lee, Paul Miller, Kurt Nettleton, Kyle Channing Smith, Victoria
Son and Courtney Ware. Lamar Richcreek was present as a witness.
At the Zappos.com Bay to Breakers road race in San Francisco, California, Charlie Cook set a world record for Most Googly Eyes On A T-Shirt.
The record was one of 40 set that day, allowing the race to set an additional record for “Most World Records Set at a Road Race.” See all 40 records at RecordSetter.com/Zappos.
Deb H. laid out 548 Winnie the Pooh and Friends shirts and jackets in her backyard.
Sarah C. led people in Tacoma, Washington in making 359 reusable bags from t-shirts. They set the record to promote recycling.
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