Longest Poem Recited From Memory While Holding A Cat

United States SarahOlson

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San Diego, California, United States / November 21, 2011

Sarah Olson recited the poem "Troll Sat Alone on His Seat of Stone" by J.R.R. Tolkein from her memory while holding her cat. The poem contains a total of 412 words.

- must hold a cat for duration of attempt
- may not read poem from any source
- must recited a notable poem
- may not have any outside prompting during attempt
- must follow form of current world record holder
- must provide video evidence

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  • United States Arlene J.

    Arlene J.

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  • United States Jonas Haglund

    Jonas Haglund

    Do I need to buy a cat to beat this?

    • United States Jenn Wark

      Jenn Wark

      No, borrowing a cat for the purposes of the record is fine.

  • United States Kevin Stuart

    Kevin Stuart

    Can it be your own poem?

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