Jan 192013

Barcroft Media brings this report about the woman supposedly with the world’s biggest hips. And few are debating the outrageous claim.

Thirty-nine year old Mikel Ruffinelli has hips measuring over eight feet round. Her hips are sixty inches bigger than her waist! Naturally, she gets more negative attention than positive, but she’s happy the way things are. 


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Jan 142013

Of all the technology and camera equipment available, Go Pro Camera has a special following online for its high quality build and unique camera lens point of view. 

So to close 2012 with a bang, they enlisted 138 skydivers to participate in their Vertical Skydiving World Record by jumping out a plane and forming a snow flake at speeds of 220 mph. Of course, only GoPros caught all the action. 

Now, the video has over 475,000 views, and is covered by LaughingSquid, CBSNews, and TheAwesomer


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Jan 022013

Some conveniences are only worthwhile if they actually bypass a real chore, like an escalator in place of walking up a tall flight of stairs.

But that begs the question. At what point is an escalator not worth it?

Hippykiller1 may have found the most pointless escalator in the world. And he has proof. This tiny escalator at a mall in Kawasaki, Japan is the smallest escalator in the world according to the Guinness Book of World Record, rising only 33 inches high. 


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Jan 012013

It’s finally over, and it’s been one heck of a year. But while all the geo-political chaos and pop culture nonsense was chugging along, regular humans were busy breaking Earth shattering world records. 

To close the year, Guinness World Records put together this Best Of 2012 Wrap Up that has over 395,000 views.


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Nov 282012

One of the most favored world records to attempt to break is the tightest parallel parking job. Just in May, the traditional parking job record was just broken again by Chinese driver Han Yue.

Now, Ronny Wechselberger has made a new Guinness World Record for the tightest parallel parking job–with just 35 cm of space to spare–performed in reverse!


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