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Weirdest Guinness world records

Guinness world records really are an opportunity to do something weird, aren’t they? Even stuff that’s not all that odd in everyday life can become a little deranged when there’s a Guinness world record on the line. For example, did you know that TODAY TV show host Al Roker completed a 34 hour weather report to get into the Guinness Book of Records? But that’s not the oddest record we’re aware of.

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The Guinness record for largest collection of people dressed as penguins took place in the UK. In the end, 373 people dressed up and gathered at City Hall for a 2km waddle.

Breaking Bad enters Guinness Book of Records

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With a 2,020-item collection of Nintendo Entertainment System paraphernalia, Ahmed Bin Fahad from the UAE got in the record books.

Breaking Bad enters Guinness Book of Records

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With a 2,020-item collection of Nintendo Entertainment System paraphernalia, Ahmed Bin Fahad from the UAE got in the record books.

Breaking Bad enters Guinness Book of Records

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Line dancing must be huge in China. To get the record, 25,703 members of the China Line Dance Sport Promotion danced in unison.

Breaking Bad enters Guinness Book of Records

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When 388 people had breakfast in bed in China another weird Guinness World record was created.

Breaking Bad enters Guinness Book of Records

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If head banging to AC/DC’s "It’s a Long Way to the Top” sounds like a good idea, you should have joined the 320 Australian students who established the record at the Armidale High School.

Breaking Bad enters Guinness Book of Records

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If head banging to AC/DC’s "It’s a Long Way to the Top” sounds like a good idea, you should have joined the 320 Australian students who established the record at the Armidale High School.

Breaking Bad enters Guinness Book of Records

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Katsumi Tamakoshi probably should be applauded for this feat for endurance and fortitude but we just think it’s odd. This guy ran 100 metres on all fours to get himself into the Guinness Book of Records.

Breaking Bad enters Guinness Book of Records

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In New York, Jill Martin and Kenneth Cole built the world’s biggest shoe to get themselves into the record books. This one measures 6 feet, 5 inches long and 6 feet, 1 inches tall.

Breaking Bad enters Guinness Book of Records

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In New York, Jill Martin and Kenneth Cole built the world’s biggest shoe to get themselves into the record books. This one measures 6 feet, 5 inches long and 6 feet, 1 inches tall.

Breaking Bad enters Guinness Book of Records

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