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Most Candy Bars Named In 30 Seconds While Being Tickled

United States Autumn Rizzio

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Round Lake Heights, Illinois, United States / August 13, 2010

Autumn Rizzio named 14 candy bars in 30 seconds while being tickled during a live broadcast of WRLR 98.3 FM’sSubterraneanshow in Round Lake Heights, Illinois.

This record was one of 16 URDB records broken during the show’s attempt to set a new record for Most URDB World Records Broken During A Live Radio Show[].


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  • United States Russell Stevenson

    Russell Stevenson

    good god, goose you have HAIR!

  • United States Mick Cullen

    Mick Cullen

    Dan-- I would agree that chocolate balls and Reese's should not be counted as candy bars. I wouldn't consider a peanut butter cup a bar, nor would a ball be a bar. Clearly, Mel gets the record anyway, but the number should probably be adjusted. Still, nice job, Mel!

  • United States Simon Kirk

    Simon Kirk

    I like the cackling laughter on this one. Perhaps she was not the only one who was being tickled.

  • Canada Dan Rollman

    Dan Rollman

    Great work, Mel. I do question whether some of these should be counted as candy bars. "Reese's" is short form, and Lindor makes chocolate balls. Anyone have thoughts on how tight the definition of "candy bar" should be, and whether colloquial short forms should be permitted?

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