Largest Solo Cup Pyramid

United States


Amherst, Massachusetts, United States / December 6, 2016

The Dough Boys, Ben Reider, Ben Wood, Marcus Otis, Jim Chappuis and Will Gunshenan, built a pyramid made of 3,795 Solo Cups.

- each tier must be square
- each tier must be smaller than tier below it
- must use 16-ounce red Solo Cups
- must follow form of current world record holder
- must provide video evidence


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    Wait, wait, wait... If you have a base that's 20x20, you would have a total of 2,868 cups. In order to get at least 3,311 cups, you would need a base that's 22x22, but that would give you 3,693 cups (a 21x21 would give you 3209, not enough). I think we have some faulty information on our hands.

  • United States Rob Birdsong

    These look bulkier than Solo Cups from here.

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    1. Amazing record. 2. Are these really Solo Cups? They don't look it. If not, we need to re-categorize.
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