Toronto duo The Record Collection explored a variety of substances en route to setting an impressive for the World’s Loudest High Five. Their record? An overwhelmingly loud 87.1 decibels.
While Matt Zaller (@mattzaller) interviewed Justin Bieber (@justinbieber) and movie director Jon Chu (@jonmchu), the trio sent a total of 29 tweets, a new URDB world record.
The record was set as Zaller interviewed Bieber and Chu for Metacafe Movies segment about Never Say Never, a new film starring Bieber and directed by Chu.
Two kids in Washington set a landmark world record by dancing their faces off with two cups for over 18 minutes. This feat is more entertaining than every episode of Dancing With The Stars…combined.
URDB.org’s 11 Most Awesome World Records of 2010. If you watch these videos and don’t feel good about humanity, well, um, phooey on you, grinchface.
A 6-year-old boy displays his hands and feet at a hospital in Shenyang, Liaoning province, March 19, 2010. The boy, who has 15 fingers and 16 toes, is scheduled for surgery on Tuesday to remove the extra fingers and toes, local media reported. Experts said a gene mutation contributed to the aberrance. Picture taken March 19, 2010.
Alon Mass set a URDB world record for fastest time to complete a two-ball game of Labyrinth. His time was beyond bananas: two minutes, 37.8 seconds.
Mortimer Blackwell set a
world record by asking 30 questions at a fast food restaurant drive-thru during a single visit.
Jon Friedman set a URDB world record by saying the word “yo” 120 times in 15 seconds.
Drew Barrymore teams up with the Universal Record Database guys to set the record for the most people hit with pies in 30 seconds while on rollerskates.
Read More ›
Heide Perry has 522 cat whiskers in her collection. The collection has been officially recognized by the Universal Record Database.
Yan Grinshteyn played fetch with his cat Oscar Boxes Slinkybum for 4 minutes, 11.44 seconds, a new world record. The feat has been officially recognized by the Universal Record Database.
San Diego resident Mike MacDonald took a day off work to get three giraffes tattooed on his shoulder. He did it just to beat the existing Most Giraffe Tattoos On A Shoulder record, as featured on the Universal Record Database.
Matt Steck sets a world record with his mega-radical collection of 19 boomboxes. LL Cool J would be proud.