This is a video of Colombian puggler (that’s puzzle juggler, not to be confused with a juzzler, which is something else entirely) Angel Alvarado setting the Guinness World Record for fastest time solving three Rubik’s Cubes while juggling them, with a fairly respectable 4 minutes 31.01 seconds. Could I do
This is a Guinness World Records video highlighting Zeus (apparently one of only three choices of name for a Great Dane), who was recently confirmed as the world’s tallest living dog, at 1.046 metres (3-foot 5.18-inches) from foot to withers (between shoulder blades), and around seven feet tall standing up.
This is a world map detailing the average lifetime toilet paper usage for different countries, measured in total number of rolls. As you can see, English speaking countries use an absolute shit-ton of toilet paper, with the average American using 141 rolls per year (almost 3 a week?! Lay off
This is a video of strongwoman/She-Hulk Samantha Belliveau successfully performing a 183.4-pound circus dumbbell lift to set a new world record. For reference, that’s more than the average American adult weighs (181-lbs) lifted IN ONE HAND. Now I know what you’re thinking, and I agree — I assumed the average
This is a video of iron-fisted Abheesh P. Dominic setting the world record for most coconuts smashed by hand in one minute with a very respectable 122. That’s just more than two a second! Wow wow wow. Obviously, if you open a beachfront pina colada bar, you definitely want Abheesh
Finally putting an end to the debate of how just long a person can rest their ass on the back of their head, this is a video of Mongolian contortionist Tsatsral Erdenebileg setting the new Guinness World Record for “Longest Time To Hold The Marinelli Bend Position” with a very
Dubai is now home to the deepest pool in the world (oceans excluded), the Deep Dive Dubai, a pool that extends 60 meters (196-feet) deep, or about two penis lengths by my own measure. But it’s not just a boring hole, it’s surrounded with a post-apocalyptic waterworld, complete with decrepit
Completely destroying the previous record of a hardly worthy 65 cubes, 16-year old Nova Scotian teen Saul Halfting spent an hour and twelve minutes solving 211 Rubik’s Cubes back-to-back while bouncing on a pogo stick. Wow, and I have yet to solve even a single Rubik’s cube, bouncing or not.