Most Six-Word Quotes Read In One Minute

United States Larry Smith

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Manhattan, New York, United States / May 20, 2009

Larry Smith read 20 six-word quotes in one minute, a new world record. Quotes read included Hunter S. Thompson’s “Buy the ticket, take the ride” and Homer Simpson’s “You don’t win friends with salad.”

Smith set the record on May 20, 2009 at a World Record Appreciation Society event in New York City. Dan Rollman and Corey Henderson were present to document the feat.



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  • United States Ryan B

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  • Canada Dan Rollman

    Dan Rollman

    Upon further review, Larry is right. "Scumbag" is a word. Our bad. Immediately reverting Larry's record to 20. Not mathematically inclined, Mr. Daniel Rollman

  • Well, you're right and wrong. Yes, "go ahead, make my day" is only 5 words, and what Dirty Harry said. But a review of the tape reviews that what I said was, "Go ahead, scumbag, make my day." That's how the quote originates, as said by Gary Swanson in the movie "Vice Squad." Now make mine: beat this record.

  • Who can break this? Let's see it.

  • Canada Dan Rollman

    Dan Rollman

    Junior, you make an excellent point. Thanks for catching this error. We've reduced Larry's record from 20 to 19. And my advice to Larry? "Don't mess with the URDB community."

  • Last I checked, "Go ahead, make my day" was only 5 words. DISQUALIFIED!!!

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