Tallest Soy Sauce Packet Tower

United States Ben Jenkins

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Evanston, Illinois, United States / October 16, 2012

Ben J. stacked 10 soy sauce packets on top of each other.

- must stack packets one at a time
- no adhesives or outside support permitted
- tower must stand without support for at least three seconds
- packets must be unopened
- must provide video evidence

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Tags: foodstackingtallesttowerFood and Drinkpacketsoy sauce

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  • United States Ian McGehee

    Ian McGehee

    I trying it on the 30 of November 2013 and wait to go Emily I failed.

  • United States kiki

    kiki

    it was awesome!

  • United States kiki

    kiki

    because u were pretty cool

  • United States kiki

    kiki

    did u actually break a world record

  • United States Ian McGehee

    Ian McGehee

    Emily you did way better

  • United States Ian McGehee

    Ian McGehee

    just like you

  • United States Emily Patricia

    Emily Patricia

    Damn you, Ben. I'm coming after this one.

  • United States Emily Patricia

    Emily Patricia

    Hi guys,

    Thanks for weighing in. Soy sauce is definitely different than ketchup, I think we've all agreed that, so my record stands. Until someone breaks it!

  • Canada Doug McManaman

    Doug McManaman

    If I might comment on this Record the info reads Emily Miethner stacked nine soy sauce packets on top of each other The info for my record says Doug Mcmanaman built a tower using 22 ketchup packets so the only way it could be the same record is if it did not say what were in the packets. so it looks like 2 similar but different records . hope this helps thanks.

  • United States Emily Patricia

    Emily Patricia

    So?! Who's going to beat me!?

  • United States Josh Jones

    Josh Jones

    While I agree packets are packets, lets also divulge deeper here shall we? Soy Sauce is straight liquid and a little more difficult to balance due to the always shifting of the liquid itself. Ketchup has a bit more thickness and is less likely to shift around more than a watery liquid.

    So in all fairness, Mr. Panky, this record should stand, as well as McManaman having his own Ketchup packet record. Theres a fine line in this stacking and it all boils down to the item INSIDE.

  • United States Brian Pankey

    Brian Pankey

    this whole site has become a popularity contest more than just raw talent alone - Doug Mcmanaman beat this record already doing 22 ketchup packets ( soy sauce, mustard, mayonaise - packets are packets give the record over to Mr. Mcmanaman on all fairness

  • United States Brian Pankey

    Brian Pankey

    I feel that this should be in the same category as ketchup packet records which is held by Doug Mcmanaman at 22 & should oversee this record - ketchup, mustard, mayonaise,relish packets should be in the same category. this is just my opinion God bless everyone - http://rec.st/HLk

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