Ian M. thanked RecordSetter 440 times in a YouTube video.
Jon Gardner’s video received only four views after being on YouTube for over two years.
Patrick Scott Patterson compiled 17 vintage commercials in a single YouTube video.
Joseph K. watched the "I Just Wasted 10 Seconds Of Your Life" video 332 times.
Laura N. named 16 YouTube stars in 10 seconds.
Naader Reda ate a 6.75-pound can of ravioli for a YouTube video in five minutes, 24.00 seconds.
WARNING: Speed eating can be extremely dangerous. Please do not attempt this record unless you are above the age of 18 and trained as a professional eater. We will not accept submissions in this category from minors.
32 student campers atiD Tech Camps Merrimack
Collegesimultaneouslywatched "Nyan Cat".
Dylan Moloney watched five Disney music videos on YouTube.
Tai Star's video received 647,172 views after being on YouTube in three months.
Jonathan uploaded a video of himself playing the saxophone on YouTube. The video lasts for 3,105.90 minutes (51 hours, 45 minutes and 54.00 seconds).
Darryl Learie interviewed seven people who hold push-up world records
and posted the interviews on [YouTube]. See the interviews and play
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Darryl Learie successfully embedded four subliminal messages in the YouTube video of his interview with RecordSetter president Dan Rollman.
Jonathan Harchick uploaded a video to YouTube that is 596 hours, 31 minutes and 21 seconds in length.
Darryl Learie successfully uploaded a video with 18 seperate annotations each leading to a YouTube video during his interview with Dan Rollman.
Darryl Learie received an anonymous $35 donation to his non-commercial
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