Using tremendous focus and a steady hand, master stacker Sam Jaffe
built a world record 133-inch domino tower.
On October 7, 2008, Jaffe began to lay the base layers of a domino
skyscraper at his home in San Diego, California. Hundreds of dominoes, two ladders, and four days later, he’d created
an architectural marvel.
Eric W. built a VHS tape tower measuring 101 inches tall.
Jay Nielson used 184 cans of Red Bull Sugarfree to build a tower 16
cans in height.
The record was set on May 8, 2009 in Wellington, New Zealand. Willy
Berger was present to witness the feat and count the cans.
Sage Guggenheim built a cookie tower made of 29 homemade cookies, a new
world record. The completed tower was over 14.5 inches in height.
Keven Intravaia stacked 57 Scrabble tiles in one minute.
Ev@n Op knocked over a Lego tower 79 inches tall with a single kick.
Justin P. stacked nine regular-sized Bic lighters on top of each other.
Jake Friday glued five cans of Fresca together while watching the
first season of Battlestar Galactica.
JP Midgley stacked 8 butter packets and 5 Splenda Packs in 39.21
seconds, a world record.
Saar K. stacked 23 plastic cups on top of each other end-to-end.
Cam B. stacked 21 Styrofoam 16-ounce cups on top of each other end-to-end.
Seven attendees of iD Tech Camp - Villanova each put on one
sock, brushed their teeth and climbed into a tower formation, all while
listening to Thriller.
Max Machin stacked 240 poker chips in a single tower.
Peyton R. stacked 405 red solo cups in a single tower.
Ole S. stacked nine marshmallows on top of each other.
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