Did you ever think about how people become inspired to set Guinness World Records? We bet half the time it was boredom.
Well, now that you are stuck at home, there are plenty of records you can try to set or break. Here are a few you may want to explore.
You can try to break Ashrita Furman’s record by bursting more than 50 balloons in 30 seconds. All balloons must be blown up to a diameter of 20 cm or more.
To beat this one, you will have to unroll a roll toilet paper using one hand in less than 9.8 seconds.
Think you can find all 26 letters and arrange them alphabetically in less than 3 minutes and 21 seconds? If so, you may have a chance at beating this one.
If you think you can put the right features on this children’s toy in less than 6.62 seconds, you are more than welcome to try your luck.
Those with a large lung capacity can see if they can blow a bubble that’s larger than 50.8 cm. No hands allowed!
Now here’s an original one… and tasty too! Do you think you can top the world record by eating more than 20?
Another one that requires dexterity with chopsticks, you have a chance at beating this one if you are able to stack more than 44 in one minute.
Work those hips! If you’re fast enough to do a meter’s worth of hula hooping in less than 15.97 seconds, you have a chance at beating this one.
This one is perfect for those with a lot of hot air! Find out if you can blow a pea more than 41 ft. 3.5 inches using one single breath!
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This team of two built a 30 level Jenga tower in just 51.04 seconds. Think you can do better?
This is another challenge that requires a steady hand. If you’re able to stack more than 48, you have a real shot at this one.
The real challenge may be finding enough toilet paper to beat this record. You’ll need at least 28 rolls!
The bar is set pretty high. Which of these do you think you’ll be able to beat?