Two-year-old Siddhu correctly solved the 2, 3, and 5 multiplication tables. He can also count from 1 to 1,000 and can add any two numbers between 1 to 100.
When he was just 735 days old, Silas Good quoted Zach
Galifianakis' ’“My beard hurts” joke from the character portion of his
performance in Zach Galifianakis: Live at the Purple Onion. In the
performance, Galifianakis portrays a five-year old with a beard.
Eight-year-old Daksh Choudhary wrote all 118 symbols from the periodic table of elements.
Eight-year-old Daksh Choudhary recited all 118 element symbols from the periodic table.
Rebecca S. completed a grade 8 keyboard practical exam. She is 11 years old.
Sri Rithupa disassembled a Little Junior Ring toy in one minute. He is 235 days old.
Mahi Mehulkumar Pathak brought her kite and participated at the 25th Ahmedabad International Kite Festival in Gujarat, India. She is five years old. Learn more about the feat here.
Andy Pelphrey's son, Johnathon Pelphrey, who is three years, five months and one day old, predicted the score of the Super Bowl.
Five-year-old Joshua Jacobs curled his tongue into a clover.
At 22 months old, Siddhu identified 115 countries on the world map. He knows the alphabet and likes to learn new things.
Kaltzone included 11-year-old Cristian Artaza in his team in Championship Manager: Season 00/01.
Johnathon Pelphrey caught a Rock Bass with his father’s assistance
when he was just 1,002 days old (2.74 years).
Benjamin Hagkull, a disabled 12-year-old boy, wheelchaired along the peak of a roof.
NOTE: This record is dangerous. Please do not attempt this record without proper training and safety precautions.
Patrick Fraser juggled five balls in a cascade pattern. He made the
attempt at 13 years, three months, and seven days old,
Pete Moyer, who is 18 years, 10 months and 19 days old, juggled four balls while hula hooping using two hula hoops.
Pete Moyer, who is 18 years, 10 months and 21 days old, juggled four balls in a half shower pattern while hula hooping.
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