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New York City, New York, United States / March 3, 2012
Emily Miethner laid down on 11 beds in one minute.
most, body, bed
3rd Floor Spruce on 3/25/2012
Emily Patricia on 3/3/2012
Yes! I knew deep down this record needed beating. Not because I am opposed to Emily and/or her attempt, but this is sure a "how fast can you run during slack time" question. I tell ya, someday a rich kid whose Dad owns a bed shop is gonna line up twenty beds all in a row and then just roll all the way through them. Good job Tim! :-)
Blair Witch meets record setting.
WOW. Tim, your attempt was way more exciting than mine. I shall try to reclaim, though! What school do you go to?
As weird as it sounds, it's one of those grammar quirks. It's not possible to lay on a bed, but one can lie on a bed. To make everything super confusing, the past tense of lie is "lay," for reasons I will never understand. So yes... Emily, you lay on 11 beds in one minute. I don't like the way it sounds either, but that's English for you. :)
Yep, I think Mick is right. Take a look here.
Most Beds Lay On In One Minute? Really? That sounds weird! hah. But I really wouldn't know. If you're sure we'll change it, Mick!
I do believe the proper verb here would be "lay," the past tense of "lie." At any rate, nice job, Emily!
Wow, we have a rare value change!