9 crazy records in the latest Guinness World Records book
The latest edition of the Guinness World Records book is out!
As expected, the 60th-anniversary edition has some pretty crazy records.
Here's nine of them.
1. Longest tongue
Meet Nick Stoeberl, the man with the longest tongue.
The 24-year-old from California, US has a tongue that measures 10.1cm from its tip to the middle of the closed top lip.
Here's a video of him engaging in some serious tongue action.
2. Longest usable golf club
Trick golf artist Karsten Maas, 49, from Denmark created a club that is 4.37m long.
It has been used to drive a ball a distance of 165.46m.
Don't believe us? Check out this video of him hitting a golf ball.
3. Largest collection of James Bond memorabilia
There are James Bond fans. And then there's Nick Bennett.
The 47-year-old from Leigh in Lancashire, UK has a staggering 12,463 items in his James Bond memorabilia collection.
He started his awesome collection in 1995.
4. Smallest caravan
Yannick Read, 43, from London has a caravan which is 2.39m in length, 1.53m high and 0.79m wide.
What's crazier? The vehicle is actually fully road worthy.
It can be towed by a bicycle.
5. Longest jump by a cat
Who are we kidding? Of course, there has to be a couple of cat records in the book.
Alley of the US can jump a whooping 1.83m.
Sorry, cat fans, we don't have a video of the amazing feline executing her jumps.
6. Longest drawing by an individual
That's not just any Singaporean, that's veteran actor Edmund Chen!
Huh, who knew he could draw?
The drawing was measured by a Guinness World Record adjudicator on July 29, 2013 and was found to be 601.255m long.
The previous record stood at 411m.
7. Largest collection of plastic food
Akiko Obata has more than 8,000 plastic food items filling her apartment.
Wonder if she ever gets food cravings.
8. Fastest dog on two paws
It's hard enough to get one record, but Jiff has two!
The Pomeranian from Los Angeles, California, holds the records for the fastest 10m on hind legs (6.56 seconds) and fastest 5m on front paws (7.76 seconds).
9. Loudest bicycle horn
What do you know, it's Yannick Read again! The guy with the smallest caravan.
Here, he shows off his bicycle horn, the Hornster.
It was build using a modified freight train horn and is powered by a scuba diving tank.