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  • 1.8-Mile Wedding Gown Astounds

    Twenty-eight women gathered at the River Thames in London broke the Guinness World Record by fitting into a Mini car on Nov. 15, 2012. The date marked the eighth annual Guinness World Records Day, which according to Guinness saw over 420,000 people come together to attempt to shatter records.
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  • World's Smallest Working Dog

    Romania has set the world record for the world's longest bridal train at 1.85 miles. A model rides in a hot air balloon to show off the train during the Guinness World Record attempt in Bucharest, Romania, March 20, 2012.
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  • Meet the World's Smallest Working Dog

    Lucy, a mini Yorkshire terrier from New Jersey, is now in the Guinness Book of World Records as "the world's smallest working dog." Just six inches long, Lucy is a therapy dog, visiting hospitals, nursing homes and special schools.
    Courtesy Howie Williams
  • Meet the World's Shortest Woman

    Guinness World Records adjudicator Rob Molloy, center, and Dr. Manoj Pahukar of Wockhardt hospital, right, measure Jyoti Amge in Nagpur, India, Dec. 16, 2011. Jyoti now holds the title of "World's Shortest Woman."
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  • Meet the World's Shortest Woman

    On December 1, 2011, Pudong Shangri-La Hotel, in Shanghai, broke the Guinness World Record for longest Yule log cake. Eighty chefs at the hotel spent 24 hours completing their 1,068-meter-long Yule log cake, which was made from 526 kg of fresh cream, 333 kg of chocolate, 752 organic eggs, 169 kg of cane sugar and 869 kg of wheat flour.
    Shanghai Daily /Ap Photo
  • Meet the World's Shortest Woman

    A bottle of 1811 Chateau d'Yquem, which set a new Guinness World Record for the world's most valuable bottle of white wine, was sold to Christian Vanneque by fine and rare wine specialists Antique Wine Company for £75,000 ($US 117,000), at the Ritz in London, July 2011.
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  • Justin Bieber Guinness Book of World Records

    Justin Bieber's song "Baby" was named the most popular video of any kind online, thanks to 463,820,304 views. Singer Adele has entered the Guinness Book of World Records for having the most consecutive weeks at number one - 11 - and the most cumulative weeks at the top, 21. Lady Gaga also set a record, landing her the most-followers-on-Twitter crown with 11,259,372 followers as of June 29, 2011.
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  • The World's Largest 'Spamwich'

    Volunteers and locals in Fremont, Neb. assemble and eat the largest Spam sandwich ever July 25, 2011. The colossal "Spamwich" weighed about 1,652 pounds and featured pickles, mustard, white bread and, of course, spiced canned lunch meat.
    John C.Fremont Days
  • 27-Inch-Tall Man Named World's Shortest by Guinness

    Amazon Eve,6 feet 8 inches,has been named the world's tallest model by the Federation of World Records, made her modeling debut posing for the Australian men's magazine, Zoo Weekly.
    Courtesy Amazon Eve
  • 27-Inch-Tall Man Named World's Shortest by Guinness

    GourmetGiftBaskets.com officially broke the Guinness World Record for World's Largest Cup of Coffee at Blog Work Expo in Las Vegas as 12 pm PST Friday, October 15.
    Jacob Kepler
  • Guiness

    Bitsy, a stray cat from Florida, could be the world's smallest feline. She was weighed and measured this week, and might snag the world record. The current world's tiniest cat lives in Louisiana and weighs 3 pounds. Bitsy weighs in at 1.5 pounds, but is slightly longer than the current record holder.
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  • Guinness World Records

    Eleven-year-old Fin Keleher of Utah smashed a world record by keeping 43 snails on his face for 10 seconds in 2009. It was his fourth attempt to break the world record of 38 snails. He said the snails pinched his face, but he didn't mind the slime.
    ABC
  • Guiness Book Record

    Dallas residents gathered to watch giant beach balls bounce around the downtown area. The balls measure 36 feet in diameter and are more than three stories high. To break the Guinness record, the balls need to be at least 32.8 feet (10 meters) in diameter and made of real beach ball material.
    ABC
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