Nice work guys but this seems sort of sketchy. There are a couple moments where you move your hands before the lemons makes any sort of contact. The most glaring instance for me is at the 1:05 mark where you bat away a lemon in midair that's considerably to the right of your hands. Pat and I will have to get back into the kitchen soon and go for 27!
This is insane, but I can't decide what's better: the act itself or the girl with the dog who must have been driven mad.
The audio is messed up but this is 25 - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eXVV0GJEi0U - a cleaner video for sure, don't see anything here that can be disputed.
Obviously I didn't mean to go off-screen, but I would say that my fast motions would help my case for being unable to pick up any coins following the attempt. I agree that should coins fall off my hand after showing the camera I should re-show them. I appreciate your comments, Peter, and will do my best to make the best video possible.
If you look at 24 seconds my left hand goes down and my have becomes open, meaning that had I not placed the coins back on my have at 7 seconds I couldn't at any point have put coins back in my hand. Also, the coins were not over lapping at any point, I believe that it looks that way because of the depth/rise and falls of my hand due to bone and veins. I hope we can agree that this video is totally legitimate, but in the mean time I will post my video of 25 tonight to help my case.