ギネスワールドレコーズ(Guinness World Records)おもしろいコンテンツを探すことがおもしろい

小さい頃から、ちょっとした時にふとギネス世界新記録、ギネスワールドレコーズ(Guinness World Records)を見ることが好きで、久しぶりに見てみました。

最近は、さまざまなSNSなどでおもしろいコンテンツを見かけることが多いのですが、ギネスワールドレコーズ(Guinness World Records)をたまに見ると元気が出ます。

こういう言い方は失礼かもしれませんが、一見くだらないことに人生を掛けている。

もうくだらないということは超越して、一般的にくだらないと思うことでもとことんそれにのめり込んでいるところを見ると、とても元気が出ます。

ちょっと最近のギネスワールドレコーズ(Guinness World Records)をさらっと見てましたが、グッとすごく惹きつけられるようなものはなかったのですが、ギネスワールドレコーズ(Guinness World Records)でギネス世界新記録を狙っている方が多すぎるので、探せば好きなコンテンツが見つかるかもしれません。

ご興味があれば、ギネスワールドレコーズ(Guinness World Records)を覗いてみるのも良いかもしれません。

世界中にはいろいろな発想をしている方達が多いなあと感心さえさせられます。

 

Multiple record holder Muhammad Rashid is absolute smashing. You might recognize the Pakistani martial arts expert as the man who crushed 77 unopened drinks cans with his elbow in a minute for a recent Guinness World Records challenge. Now he has returned with an even fiercer record attempt for most green coconuts smashed with the head in one minute! Though this attempt seems decidedly severe, Muhammad quickly moves down the line crushing coconuts using his forehead. Coconut milk must be splashed from the inside of the tropical fruit for the break to be considered for the total, so he works hard to make that possible. Incredibly, he achieved 35 coconuts in a matter of 60 seconds, setting a new record. This adds to his collection of titles, which include Most nunchaku hits in one minute (350), Most walnuts crushed by the hand in one minute (201), Most walnuts crushed with elbow in one minute (128) and Most spins of a fire staff in one minute (188). His success goes to show that sometimes “using your head” can really lead to record-breaking results! #guinnessworldrecords #officiallyamazing #coconuts #coconut #martialarts #pakistan #smash #blackbelt #crush #pakistan

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On this day in 1892 the oldest ever female twins were born. Kin Narita and Gin Kanie from Japan (whose names mean Gold and Silver) had 16 children and at the last count 11 grandchildren between them. They lived in Nagoya, Japan, the town of their birth. The cheerful pair became famous after their 100th birthday, appearing on talk shows with celebrities – photos of Kin and Gin laughing were used to endorse stamps, telephone cards and household cleaning products. When they made their first overseas trip at the age of 102 to Taiwan, they were greeted by more than 1,000 pairs of twins. Kin died of heart failure on 23 January 2000 at the age of 107 years 175 days. Gin died a year later at the age of 108. “We never thought we would live this long,” Kin was quoted as saying on the twins’ 100th birthday. “We could survive because we were twins. We need each other more than anyone else in the world.” . #twins #japan #guinnessworldrecords #officiallyamazing #nagoya #laughing #laughter #elder

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