Here at RecordSetter we encourage everyone to get involved in setting world records. We also understand that you are a busy individual. That being said, each week we’re going to bring you three world records you can beat while sitting at your desk; right here, right now. No excuses, play like a champion.
This world record started with one lonely cat drawn on a child’s hand and has blown up to 247, drawn on the hand of college student Alyssa Weissman of Burlington, Vermont. Solidifying her dedication to this record, she drew the cats and checked them off with permanent marker.
Rob Costa of Quincy, Massachusetts displayed patience and endurance while setting up this fun to watch world record; a domino chain of 40 nickels successfully toppling. But don’t worry, you don’t have to display that same patience to watch. Costa was kind enough to submit a time lapse video of the process and success.
Now I’ll admit, this takes some flexibility that we’re not all blessed with, but this record is ready to be broken for those agile enough. Best part? If you hold the record on October 11th, you’ll win $500.
Prefer to start a new world record category? Here are a few suggestions.
Three World Records Waiting to be Set:
- Most Meows During a Conversation with a Fast Food Employee
- Most Papers Stapled with a Manual Stapler in 30 Seconds
- Most Jumps on One Foot in 30 Seconds While in an Office Kitchen
Have an idea for other world records you can beat while you’re bored at your desk? Share them in the comments or set them at recordsetter.com/submit.