11 Crazy Lengths People Have Gone To Get What They Want

If you’re obsessed enough, no length is too crazy. And no one knows that better than the fans who helped bring back Taco Bell’s Beefy Crunch Burrito. Huzzah! #beefycrunchburrito

1. This man spent $2,600 playing carnival games and got a stuffed banana:

He was trying to win an X-Box, which College Humor eventually gave him (as well as his $2,600 back).

2. This woman pieced together over a thousand jigsaw puzzles to win the world record:

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3. This guy got a face full of glass just because he wanted to give away some smooches:

4. Saimir Strati puts together record-breaking mosaics, like these 1,350,000 bean grains, because he can’t stop making impressive pieces of art:

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5. One guy started an internet campaign to meet the perfect girl he saw on the subway:

He created nygirlofmydreams.com with hopes of finding her. And while they did eventually meet, the relationship only lasted a few months.

6. One man sent in 7,000,000 Pepsi Points because he wanted a AV-8 Harrier II jump jet:

His request was rejected, but that doesn’t mean he didn’t want that he still didn’t want that jet.

7. Someone may pay more than £80,000 at auction this May for this annotated first edition ‘Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone’:

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8. This couple broke a world record by continually kissing for 58 hours 35 minutes 58 seconds.


9. Rob Shoesmith camped outside of an Apple store for 10 days to be the first in line for the iPhone 4S:

10. This cat got a red card because she wanted to play a round of soccer:

11. This man has a “ShoeZeum” of over 2,500 pairs of sneakers because he wanted to have the world’s largest collection:


And this brave soul got a permanent expression of his love for the Beefy Crunch Burrito:

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