This f**king guy.
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This f**king guy.
Nothing says Labor Day quite like spending four hours to make one hamburger, but that’s what the staff at the Black Bear Casino Resort chose to do in breaking the world record for the largest bacon cheeseburger.
This video is nearly 17 minutes long and is incredibly boring -- at one point the cameraperson seems to forget they're taping a competition at all and just films peoples' shoulders -- but it's necessary to illustrate Joey Chestnut's remarkable win at the 2012 Buffalo Wing Festival, and punctuate what a gross f**king human being he is.
Sometimes I just don’t understand how people come up with their world record attempts other than the standard excuse of, “We just felt like it.
Last year, we brought you the brave news of 357 Australian women who gathered to raise awareness for the lack of women wearing bikinis on a beach one day while they also broke the Guinness World Record for the longest bikini parade.
I have a ton of respect for America’s Olympic athletes, from the young ladies of the Fierce 5 to the members of the Men’s Basketball Team (yes, even LeBron James) and even for a stuttering human meatloaf like Ryan Lochte.
Last year, a 1934 Duesenberg Roadster sold for an estimated $10.
We share a lot of NMA World Edition's ridiculously animated, absurdist news recap videos, but their latest (about world record Olympic swimmer Ye Shiwen) brings up an interesting question of how Asian and Pacific Island nations view each other, and whether or not cultural or racial prejudices get in the way of objective reporting.
Despite hitting a horrendous.
It's up to you now, Round Rock Express.
While most athletes will be looking to break world records in their respective events, McDonald’s is looking to set some new world records as well, by cramming two all-beef patties, special sauce, lettuce, and cheese down the vuvuzela holes of everyone at the 2012 Summer Olympics in London.
Stuntman Gary Connery fell 2400 feet onto 18,600 cardboard boxes to break the world's record for Skydiving Without A Parachute.
I've always envied people who could make awesome things out of Lego, because I've never been particularly good at it -- usually I'd just smash a bunch of blocks together into a mass, put some wheels on the bottom and call it a "car".
Now that Manute Bol is dead, this record may never be broken.
There are some days that I look up at the sky and wonder if the world really is coming to an end, and today’s not just one of those days.
Last year we shared with you the story of Naomi Kutin, a then 88-pound 9-year old from Fairlawn, New Jersey, who became an Internet sensation when a video surfaced or her squatting 187-pounds.
Just last week we were saying John Carter may lose as much as $165 million for parent company Disney.
Forgive this escape from sports for a moment, but as always I will use the disclaimer that world records are competitive and can therefore be included on this site.