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Misao Okawa just turned 117 years old, and she has no idea why she's lasted this long.
Inventor Ryan Grepper's 'The Coolest' collected more than $13.2 million on Kickstarter to become the site's most successful project.
Lee Weir, a 27-year-old from New Zealand, just set a new world record for "Most Tattoos of the Same Cartoon Character Tattooed on the Body."
Look at these knockouts. They are so fast, you better not blink!
Let's take a look at some of the most untouchable records in the books.
You should probably watch "Half Animal" break his neck trying to break a world record before pulling out your wallet.
After Darren Rovell insulted the Atlanta Hawks for promoting Kyle Korver's attempt to break a 17-year old NBA record, the team had a perfect response.
Adrian "Wildman" Cenni completes the first ever ground-to-ground 360° barrel roll in a 4 wheel vehicle.
Ram Singh Chauhan boasts the world's longest mustache -- measuring over 14ft long.
Breaking the previous record set by Call of Duty: Black Ops II, Rockstar's Grand Theft Auto V grossed $800 million on its first day.
The tallest rideable motorcycle in the world is so big you barely notice the person controlling it.
Whole Foods is becoming a record store. You know, because they were worried their customers couldn't be more irritating.
Nikola Bete performs a no-handed bicycle wheelie for an incredible 3 minutes and 20 seconds.
Tom Grosset breaks the world record with 1,208 beats in 60 seconds, making him the world's fastest drummer.
Paul "Dizzy Hips" Blair hula hoops with a 98-pound tractor tire.
Ali Bahçetepe of Turkey uses his fists to break an incredible 1,134 concrete blocks in one minute on the set of Lo Show dei Record in Rome, Italy, setting a new Guinness World Record.
Arizona resident and World War II veteran Sy Perlis broke the world bench press record for the 90-and-over age division several times on Saturday.
Dickson "Waterman" Oppong sets a new Guinness World Record by spraying water from his mouth for 32.
Verizon and the FBI have always been snuggly, but all the data? For every call? Really?