10 Of The Oddest Guinness World Records Of 2023
Let’s be honest, some records are stranger than others. Not every record in the books can be “touchdown passes thrown.” Sometimes, they’re much weirder. UPI found 10 of the oddest Guinness World Records of 2023.
UPI.com points out that there are more than 40,000 records in Guinness World Records’ database. They range from very common to absolutely odd.
10 Oddest Guinness World Records Of 2023
To find the weirdest of the weird, UPI looked through headlines from 2023 to identify the ten oddest Guinness World Records of 2023.
Here’s a little bit about what they found. Some of these records will certainly never be broken. Here are the 10 oddest Guinness World Records set in 2023.
Most Skips By A Cat In One Minute
A tabby cat in Missouri took the record. It reportedly jumped nine times, according to UPI. The cat’s name is Kit Kat and she’s even been on Jimmy Kimmel Live!
Loudest Burp By A Female
Longest Tongue On A Living Dog
Who’s a good boy? Rocky is a good boy! The boxer from Bloomington, Illinois had his tongue measured in at 5.46 inches from tip of snout to tip of tongue, according to UPI. I’m just wondering why they had to include “living dog?” Please don’t tell me they’re also measuring dead dogs.
Most Spoons Balanced On The Body
Abolfazl Saber Mokhtari, or Iran, was able to balance 88 spoons across his body. He beat out the record previously held by…Abolfazl Saber Mokhtari of Iran! UPI says his previous record was 85 spoons. UPI says he “developed the skill to where he can use his natural adhesive properties to lift an entire adult person off the ground.” Yeah, that record isn’t getting beat any time soon.
Most Magic Tricks Underwater In Three Minutes
This record is held by a 13-year old! Avery Emerson Fisher combined her interests of scuba and magic when she performed 38 tricks in one minute while submerged in a tank at San Francisco’s Aquarium of the Bay, according to UPI. UPI says “she hopes her record will inspire others to take up scuba diving and raise awareness of ocean conversation.”
Other Odd Records In 2023
Other records included on UPI‘s 10 oddest records of 2023 include: longest distance, full-body burn run, without oxygen; most couples eating a single piece of spaghetti simultaneously; fastest time to assemble Mr. Potato Head blindfolded; longest mustache on a living person; and fastest five meters on a scooter by a parrot. You can read more about all of those records here.