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Interesting! Telenor and Beaconhouse School Break Guinness World Record

Keeping up with the tradition of innovation and corporate responsibility, Telenor Pakistan likely joined hands with Beaconhouse School System to break the Guinness World Record for ‘Longest Chain of People Clasping Wrists’. Read More:


 Saying Good Bye to an Old Friend - Kochikame Manga Franchise Ends After 40 Years

Kochira Katushika-ku Kameari Koēn Mae Hashutsujo (known as Kochikame for short) ended its 40 year run in Weekly Shonen Jump‘s September 17th edition.

Writer/Illustrator Osamu Akimoto began his weekly run for this series in 1976 and has continued publishing weekly episodes uninterrupted until its final episode this past Saturday. 262 more words



I recently shared a painful experience with a friend and the first thing she said was     ’ WOW IF I WERE YOU I WOULD HAVE SHOWN THAT PERSON HELL ON EARTH’. 566 more words

Twinsburg's Twins Day Festival Details Announced

Twinfinity and Beyond!

The world’s largest annual gathering of twins is back in Twinsburg on August 6th and 7th beginning at 9am at Glen Chamberlain Park, 10270 Ravenna Road, Twinsburg, Ohio. 75 more words


Guinness World Records issues certificate to Nigerian, Harrison

Nigerian Chinedu Harrison who on March 6 set a new World record for the greatest distance with ball balanced on the head has received a certificate rectifying the record by the Guinness World Records Headquarters in London. 275 more words


Italy sets the record for world's longest pizza

That’s one long ass pizza.  6082 feet to be exact, or 1.15 miles.  Over a mile of pizza!  It took 250 pizza chefs, 2.2 tons of flour, 2.2 tons of mozzarella cheese, 3527 pounds of tomato sauce, 200 liters of olive oil, and 66 pounds of fresh basil.   35 more words


Guinness World Record Made After Hoverboard Flies for 2,252m

Franky Zapata sets a new world  record afte flying on a Hoverboard for  2,252 meters in Sausset-les-Pins, France. The board used by Zapata has been deemed as a “Flyboard Air”. 30 more words