1. The Stretchiest Skin

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Due to a rare medical disease called Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome, a connective-tissue disorder that includes skin loosening and hypermobile joints, Garry Turner has held the honour of owning this record since 1999. He has abdominal skin that can be stretched out to 6.25 inches without him feeling any pain.

2. The Most Body Piercings

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Some records are unbreakable because the person who holds the record was born with a special trait or physical quality that no one else can equal. Other times, like in the instance of Elaine Davidson, it takes finding someone who is prepared to endure significant discomfort. The Brazilian set a record for body piercings with 462, including 192 on her face and 214 in her pubic region.

3. Most Big Macs Eaten In A Lifetime

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Donald Gorske, the 67-year-old Big Mac addict holds the record for consuming the most Big Macs—a staggering 28,788—over the course of his lifetime. He believes that the Big Mac makes up 90–95% of all the solid food he consumes, and he typically consumes 14 of these burgers every week.

4. The Biggest Rubber Band Ball

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Joel Waul set the record by creating a 9,032-pound monster rubber band ball in 2008, which earned him a place in the Guinness World Records. Mr. Ward constructed his 6 foot, 7-inch ball out of 700,000 rubber bands of various sizes. A quite impressive record to hold.

5. The Longest Plank Held

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Mao Weidong of China is the Guinness World Record holder for the longest, who held a plank for eight hours and one minute back in 2016. Gym- goers will know about this workout exercise and will understand how hard this is to keep position for a long period of time.

6. World’s Heaviest Onion

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A world record for growing the biggest onion ever measured—18 pounds, 11.84 ounces—was set in 2014 by Tony Glover of North Yorkshire in the United Kingdom. Can you picture the tears you’d have after chopping that thing? The onion is one of the many foods that a Guinness World record.

7. Heaviest Sword Object Swallowed

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Contrary to the name, the act can be carried out using a variety of tools, including, reportedly, a Dewalt jackhammer. In 2007, Thomas Blackthorne used a jackhammer that weighed 83 pounds, 12 ounces, to sword-swallow it while holding it for more than three seconds. He was awarded a world record for swallowing the heaviest sword as a result of his performance.

8. The Longest Finger Nails

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Lee Redmond has grown her nails out for 30 years, beginning in 1979, so she obviously doesn’t have one of those issues. If you total up the length of all her fingernails, they are 28 feet and 4 inches long. That sets a Guinness World record and by a significant margin as well.

9. The Biggest Collection Of Guinness Memorabilia

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As people might expect, the largest memorabilia collection has its own category in the Guinness World Records. People will gather and store a wide variety of things, and their stockpiles can get rather large! Even the largest collection of Guinness World Records artefacts holds a record! Likewise in the UK, Martyn Tovey of Radstock has 2,164 distinctive pieces.

10. Most Weight Lifted By A Human Beard

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There is a tonne of information in Guinness World Records on the massive lifts that men, women, and kids have accomplished of various objects. But Antanas Kontrimas of Lithuania holds the record for the largest weight ever carried by a human beard. In 2013, he used his beard to lift 63.80 kg. The weight of a human can also be supported by his beard.

11. World’s Loudest Burp

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The human body is capable of amazing things, either by many years of diligent practise, or in the case of Mr. Paul Hunn through one burp. In 2009, Hunn let loose the loudest burp that was 109.9 decibels loud. In comparison, Hunn’s burp is louder than a sizable orchestra.

12. The Longest Moustache

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Many men choose to go clean shaven but Ram Singh Chauhan from Jaipur, India chose the opposite path, allowing his moustache to grow for more than 37 years. As a result, he grew a 14-foot moustache, setting a record that is still valid today. A pretty impressive record.

13. Quickest Time To Eat A Bowl Of Pasta

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In fact, becoming a competitive eater could be a job. A combination of winnings and sponsorships can easily bring in $500,000 a year for top competitive eaters. Michelle Lesco, a fast eater who competes in eating contests, broke the world record for fastest eating when she devoured a dish of spaghetti in 26.69 seconds.

14. The Most Consecutive Pinky Pull Ups

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With 36 repetitions, the Italian Tazio Gavioli holds the record for the most consecutive pinky pull-ups. So while we congratulate you on your one-arm pull-up, you still have a ways to go before you wow us, pal. During the quarantine lockdowns, many people around the world have been forced to turn to home exercises. Some of them have achieved remarkable results, but none of them can compare to this.

15. The Largest Ping Pong Paddle

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Build a huge paddle if you want a guaranteed way to win every ping pong game you ever play. Rise Brands built a paddle that is 11 feet, 7.8 inches tall and six feet, 7.8 inches broad in Columbus, Ohio in 2017. That is undoubtedly not the standard size. I don’t think anybody would win against that beast.

16. The Most Toothpicks In A Beard

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Beards are more than just fashionable facial additions that enhance all men’s appearances. 3,500 toothpicks were able to fit into Joel Strasser’s beard in 2018. He completed it in three hours and thirteen minutes, but his efforts earned him a spot in the Guinness World Records.

17. The Most Tattooed Man

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Gregory Paul McLaren, better known as Lucky Diamond Rich, is far more tattooed than anyone else. The New Zealander has spent more than 1,000 hours having tattoo artists alter his body, as well as having his earlobes stretched and his teeth covered in silver veneers.

18. The Furthest Arrow Shot Using Feet

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With our hands alone, most people would find it difficult to fire an arrow a decent distance. However, some individuals simply possess greater skill than the typical person in the discipline of archery. In addition to being a single hand balancing artist, Brittany Walsh holds the acrobatic archery Guinness World Record. Walsh launched an arrow with her feet alone in 2018 that travelled an amazing 40 feet, 4.64 inches.

19. The Largest Hula Hoop Spun By A Woman

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It would seem that you either have it or you don’t when it comes to spinning a hula hoop. But, like everything else, sometimes all it takes is a lot of repetition to become an expert hula hooper. To spin a hula hoop with a circumference of 17 feet and.25 inches, however, how much practise must Getti Kehayova have put in.

20. The Biggest Humanoid Vehicle

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Numerous people have succeeded in building humanoid cars over the years, but none are as large or as stunning as Sakakibara Kikai’s Mononofu from Japan. The imposing vehicle is 28 feet tall and almost seven tonnes in weight. The vehicle’s name, Mononofu, means Samurai Warrior, and construction of it lasted six years.

21. The Man Covered In The Most Bees

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That would be Gao Bingguo. With 2015, a Chinese beekeeper who covered himself in about 1.1 million swarming bees weighing a whopping 109 kg broke the previous Guinness World Record. More than 2000 bee stings later, his body temperature reached above 60 degrees Celsius.

22. The Longest Kiss

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Displays of affection in public are not for everyone. The current world record, set by Ekkachai and Laksana Tiranarat of Thailand, stands at an absolutely ridiculous 58 hours, 35 minutes, and 58 seconds, so if you’re hoping to surpass it, you’re going to need some major stamina.

23. The Most People In A Big Car

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We presumptively don’t believe any of the 41 individuals who fit into a Toyota Rav 4 at the Toyota Centre Krasnoyarsk Zapad in Krasnoyarsk, Russia, suffered from claustrophobia. If not, they most likely wouldn’t have been able to establish this strange but still remarkable world record.

24. The Biggest Hairy Family

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Congenital Generalized Hypertrichosis is a very uncommon skin condition that affects 98 percent of male bodies and causes modest and asymmetric hair growth in females. The illness affects 19 family members in Mexico, spanning five generations: Victor Gomez, Gabriel Ramos Gomez, Luisa Lilia De Lira, and Jesus Manuel Fajardo Aceves are four of them.

25. The First Person To Break The Sound Barrier In Freefall

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To demonstrate exactly how much of a legend the Austrian skydiver is, on October 14, 2012, Baumgartner travelled to the stratosphere on a helium balloon and then descended to Earth while donning an unique outfit. In the process, he also broke the world record for the longest skydive, a distance of almost 24 miles, with a high speed of about 843.6 mph, or Mach 1.25.

26. Tallest Human Alive

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Sultan Kösen, who has a height of 8 feet, 2.82 inches. According to Guinness World Records, he is one of just 10 people who have climbed 8 feet or higher and the seventh tallest man in history. Kösen’s acromegaly, which is brought on by a tumour that affects his pituitary gland, is the source of his growth. He walks on crutches because of his health issue.

27. Shortest Living Human

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The tiniest living human, Edward Nino Hernandez of Colombia, stands at 72.10 cm, or about 2 feet and 4 inches, and weighs just 22 lbs. He holds the Guinness World Record for being the smallest living human. Mr. Hernandez has hypothyroidism, a condition that has hindered his growth.

28. The Longest Time Breath Held Voluntarily

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Although most people aren’t professional freedivers like Aleix Segura Vendrell, most people would find it difficult to complete a minute. The Spaniard has a record for holding one’s breath for the longest amount of time—an amazing 24 minutes, 3.45 seconds. An impressive record.

29. The Most Roof Tiles Broken In One Minute By A Woman

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Have you ever watched videos of martial arts experts and pupils smashing bricks and other heavy things with just their fists.  Really impressive, right.  By shattering a tonne of roof tiles in a single minute, Lisa Dennis of the UK decided to step things up. To be precise, 923 tiles.

30. The Most Fingers And Toes On A Living Person

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Although certain cases of polydactyly may be caused by a genetic flaw or underlying hereditary illness, the condition is random, occurring without a clear cause. The most fingers and toes of any human being alive belong to Devendra Suthar of India. That’s a lot of fingers and toes!