Shortest High Five

United States Greg Harrell-Edge

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San Francisco, California, United States / April 13, 2011

Greg Harell-Edge and Dave Penndorf made a high five in which their palms started just 0.19 millimeters apart. The duo set the record as part of National High Five Day.

- palms must connect and make an audible slap sound

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  • United States Ian McGehee

    Ian McGehee

    You did not do it!

  • Canada Dan Rollman

    Dan Rollman

    Greg, we're thrilled to have helped. You have big fans at URDB HQ. Congrats on a big day -- let's dream even bigger and better for 2012. High-five!

  • United States Greg Harrell-Edge

    Greg Harrell-Edge

    I have to admit, I'm pretty ok with this record be rejected as well.

    We really appreciate you guys' help, although I have to sheepishly say a lot of the records we did we sacrificed some professionalism for humor.

    Thanks so much for everything though guys!

  • Philippines MaAnn Pacion

    MaAnn Pacion

    doesn't look like a high five to me

  • United States DaveyBets

    DaveyBets

    i concur with alex

  • United States Alex Cunningham

    Alex Cunningham

    Yeah, I'm going to have to go with Dan here, there's definitely not an accurate measurement nor an audible slap sound.

  • Canada Dan Rollman

    Dan Rollman

    Doesn't a high five need an audible slap sound? Plus, can one really measure the width of a piece of paper? I'm a huge fan of this category, but would like to see a more professional, accurately measured attempt.

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