Attempt Denied!

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Smallest Snowman


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Cumberland County, Nova Scotia, Canada / February 15, 2012

Doug McManaman made a snowman 0.75 inch in height.

DENIED: Does not beat current record.

- body must be made entirely from snow
- must use other objects (sticks, pebbles etc.) to create arms and facial features
- must measure height on camera
- must follow form of current world record holder
- must provide video evidence


Tags: artsmallestheightsnowsnowman

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  • The Internet milan joy

    Wow!! It was really a brilliant effort. I really appreciate Doug McManaman for her attempt to Business Consulting Services made a snowman 1 1/8 " inches in height. The video share a clear details regarding it. Thank you so much for the updates and expecting more such news from here.

  • The Internet alex

    hes bigger than an inch

  • Canada Dan Rollman

    Ooops, just watched the end of the video. Doug, you and I are on the same page. Changing to 1.125 inches now.

  • Canada Dan Rollman

    I'm comfortable with the snowman design. Height looks to be 1 1/8" (1.125 inches), though.

  • Canada Doug McManaman

    i agree with you Ma-Ann it is probably from smoothing it to try to stop from melting . if this doesnt pass i will try another when i get time thanks

  • Philippines MaAnn P.

    I'm a little hesitant about this attempt, Doug. I don't quite think it meets this criteria- "must be a recognizable, three-segment" ..only seeing two segments here. thoughts, anyone?

  • United States Andy Pelphrey

    Congrats to Mitch and Doug both!!! This record has really taken off!!

  • Canada Mitchie Dagger

    i'd say more 1.25 or 1 and a half inches. still though right on!!

  • Canada Mitchie Dagger

    If you Fullscreen you can clearly see the 2" mark!!

  • Philippines MaAnn P.

    Mitch. I can't quite see the measurement looking from the video. Would you mind sending a zoomed in screengrab or something that would make us see the value clearly? Looking forward to it.

  • Canada Dan Rollman

    I missed the fact that the other snowman wasn't actually made of snow. My bad. Concur with the rest of your comments. Congrats to Andy!

  • Philippines MaAnn P.

    I think we should recognize Andy's attempt and for it to be unique than the other one, we should either title it as "Made Out Of Snow" or put it in the rule that it has to be made out of snow. This is impressive and I would hate to deny it.

  • United States Andy Pelphrey

    Dan, I found what you were talking about. In my defense, That snowman from the World Records Academy which is way smaller than mine, was not made from snow. Though there's is a smaller actual snowman, mine was made from actual snow. When I put in the title on the application for this record I did include smallest snowman in height made from snow. Though the other is actually a smaller snowman in general, maybe mine could be the smallest made out of snow. Just thought i'd put this out there, it's whatever you guys dicide about this record,. I will respect your final decision. Thanks

  • United States Andy Pelphrey

    we've not had much snow at all here this year Simon. Normally Winter can be pretty rough around here at times.

  • United States Andy Pelphrey

    Yeah Dan, if there is proof of a smaller one then the attempt should not count. I would not want to take claim for something that I don't out right have. Thanks

  • United States Simon Kirk

    Do they get much snow in Kentucky?

  • Canada Dan Rollman

    Hey Andy -- love this submission, but I found evidence online of a significantly smaller snowman. With sadness, I vote we should deny this attempt. Happy to hear what others think.

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