Here at RecordSetter we get tons of super interesting and creative submissions. Each week we’ll be posting a short entry as an ode to the interesting and creative world records we love. Here are the three latest startling examples of human innovation.
Art Hoffman of Louisville, Kentucky created a domino chain in his driveway using 120 Altoids tins, then made the entire chain topple. Lest you think toppling tins would be mundane to watch, check out the slick editing and suspense in this video, complete with “Danger Zone” by Kenny Loggins as the soundtrack.
Sean Sonic of San Diego, California and radio station Channel 933 invented an all-American summer world record. To celebrate the 4th of July, he put on a hot dog costume and hurled himself down a Slip ‘n Slide seven times while being squirted with ketchup and mustard.
Three World Records Just Waiting to Be Set:
- Most People Playing Instruments While Using a Slip n Slide in 1 Minute
- Most Costumes Worn While Playing Dominos
- Most Packages of Hotdogs Used in a Cookout
Can you think of more interesting records? Once you do, start setting them at recordsetter.com/submit.