Michael Epsenhart said the world ‘galaptasaurus’ 92 times in one minute,
a new world record. ‘Galaptasaurus’ was originally defined by category
creator Yan Grinshteyn as “a tyrannosaurus that spends way too much time
vacationing in the Galapagos.”
A student camper from iD Tech Camps at University of Michiganrefused
to set a world record 35 times in 30 seconds.
Matthew J. recited the English alphabet backwards 26 times in one minute.
A camper from iD Tech Camps Ohio State Universty said “I love you
Kristi” 58 times in 39 seconds.
Curtis Kalin said the name Sarah Palin 19 times in 10 seconds.
Patrick Jackman said the word "yo" 123 times in 15 seconds.
Stuart Duggan recited the tongue twister “Mrs. Smith’s Fish Sauce Shop”
18 times in 30 seconds. He broke the record live in the Bright FM
studio during the Bailey @ Breakfast show.
Caroline M. said the word “guacamole” 308 times while sitting on a swing.
Bryson Pennock, Spencer Merrifield and Bryan Hoffman said “butter” 74
times in sequential order in 20 seconds.
Berry Goode said “pretty” 60 times before the word “good” in one
James Hulser recited the At A Minute Or Two ’Til Two tongue twister
in 7.57 seconds.
Using “tore” as her root word, Amber Justis threw out 26 “tore” related
phrases in one minute. Phrases created included “chicken cacciTORE” and
Justis achieved the feat at a World Record Appreciation Society
event held in San Francisco on September 24, 2009.
This record was set as part of Prius Records, a two-day event
streamed live on the Internet. In a 48-hour period, URDB officials
adjudicated 200 Prius-related world records. This was the most records
ever documented in a 48-hour window, a world record in and of itself.
The event took place in Los Angeles, California on March 30th and 31st,
2011. See all the records set at the event here.
Tai Star wove an eloquent web of 26 words with insatiable drive to create the longest mnemonic device. The mnemonic is to remember the alphabet backwards.
Laura All spelled 43 words using the letters in ‘SAUCONY ORIGINALS’ in
one minute, a world record. One-letter words weren’t accepted, but
two-letter words were OK. She wasn’t allowed to read words from a
All achieved the feat on July 19, 2009 at the Pitchfork Music
Festival in Chicago, Illinois. Representatives from RecordSetter.com
were present to document the record.
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