Top 13 Weirdest Records

Doing insane things only to set a record, that is pretty much fit in the following cases. We don’t have other explanation why a woman would let her nails grow up to three meters, a haircut in the sky or building of the largest champagne glass fountain. However, people like these type of weird records and if that gives them pleasure and their 5 minutes of fame, why not doing it? The following list contains top 13 weirdest records.

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#1. The Longest Nails in the World

Chris “The Duchess” Walton shows off her Guinness world record holding fingernails outside the New York Public Library in New York September 14, 2011. Her nails measure three meters on her left hand and 2.91 meters on her right hand that she has been growing for 18 years. How on earth does she use her hands?

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#2. Haircut in the Air

Israeli hairdresser Oren Orkabi cuts Sharon Har Noi’s hair while skydiving at 4,267 metres above northern Israel, near Haifa April 25, 2007, in this picture released April 26, 2007 by Paradive Skydiving. The haircut was an attempt to enter the Guinness Book of World Record. They surely made it. The picture was taken on April 25, 2007.

Haircut in the Air

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#3. Lucy Lookalikes

Bridgette Muller of Newburgh, New York, Cindy Wilson of Aurora, Ohio, and Linda Silver, of Kingston, Ontario, Canada take part in an attempt to set a new Guinness world record for most Lucy Ricardo lookalikes assembled in one place, in Jamestown, New York August, back in 2011. “I Love Lucy” star Lucille Ball’s New York hometown was filled with women who wear red-lipstick and redheaded wigs. The women tried to break a world record in honor of what would have been the actress’ 100th birthday.

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#4. World’s Largest Peasant Omelet

Chefs used wooden paddles to mix the world’s largest peasant omelette during an international open air cooking contest in Bucharest back in 8, 2009. The omelette measuring 20 square metres was made from 30,000 eggs and received a certificate from the World Records Academy.

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#5. The Biggest Cucumber Ever

Israeli Yitzhak Yazdanpana poses with a cucumber that grew in his garden in Petah Tikva near Tel Aviv June 30, 2009. Yazdantana said that he hope the 118 cm (about 46.5 inches) cucumber will be entered into the Guinness Book of World Records.

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#6. The Largest Champagne Fountain

A worker adjusts glasses in an attempt to break the world record for the “Largest Champagne Fountain” in the shopping center Wijnegem near Antwerp, January 25, 2008. The 7 metre high pyramid contained more than 43,000 glasses and weigh 8,750 kg.

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#7. The Biggest Strawberry Cake

Former Philippine President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo slices giantic strawberry shaped shortcake that won the Guiness World Record’s record for the largest fruit shortcake during her visit to La Trinidad in Benguet Province north of Manila March19, 2007.

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#8. Hula-Hoop Event

In February 2013, 4483 people hula-hooped for seven minutes, and set the Guinness World Record for most people simultaneously hula-hooping. The event took place at the Thammasat University stadium on the outskirts of Bangkok.

#9. The Human Magnet

The Guinness World Record for “Most spoons on a human body” belongs to Etibar Elchiyev. The photo is taken in Tbilisi, Georgia in December 2011 when he won the title, while had 50 metal spoons magnetized to his body.

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#10. The Longest time spend buried in snow

China’s Jin Songhao set the Guinness World Record for the longest time spent in direct full body contact with snow in January 2011. His time was 46 minutes and seven seconds.

The Longest time spend buried in snow

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#11. Motor Saw Juggler

Milan Roskopf of Slovakia broke his own previous world record in June 2009 by juggling three motor saws 62 successful times in a row. His previous record was 35.

#12. Beard from Bees

Beekeeper She Ping in China covered his body with 331,000 bees (or 73 pounds) in April 2012 to break the previous record of 59 pounds of bees.

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#13. Most People on Trampoline

In July 2012, staff and students from Loughborough University bounced their way to a world record. At an event organised by former student Becky White, 302 became the most amount of people jumping up and down on a trampoline at the same time.

Most People on Trampoline

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