Most Unique Adjectives Affixed To A Person

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New York City, New York, United States / January 19, 2010

Using a crowdful of volunteers to help him, Opus Moreschi had Post-It notes with a total of 356 unique adjectives written on them attached to his body. The most popular adjective attached was “douchey”, though duplicates weren’t counted.

Moreschi set the record at a World Record Appreciation Society event held at Joe’s Pub in New York City. Dan Rollman and Corey Henderson were present as witnesses.

Full list of adjectives here.
Adjectivevisualizationcloud here.



- duplicate adjectives aren't counted
- more than one adjective per Post-It is permitted
- adjectives don't have to be proper English, but must be descriptive
- all Post-Its must be attached to person at the same time


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  • United States gab rol

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  • England leona margret

    Lolo !!! I increased my vocabulary just by reading these adjectives that were affixed to Opus Moreschi. Merchant Cash Advance It was so funny and informative to know that the English language has such adjectives to specify a person. Thanks for the video!

  • United States Caitlin Walsh

    As an English Major, I thought of breaking this record, but now I just want to /read/ all those adjectives! Talk about a walking thesaurus!

  • Some real swingers that gobble up the lifestyle!!

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