The strangest Guinness records in 2021... the longest eyelashes, the largest mouth and the heaviest mango

Dozens of records recently joined the Guinness World Records during 2021, and as usual, some of them were strange and unusual and the other impressive innovative.

The world encyclopedia began as an idea in the early fifties of the last century, when Sir Hugh Beaver (1890-1967), executive director of the Guinness Brewery, attended a shooting and hunting party in the county of Wexford.

During the ceremony, an argument took place between Sir Hugh and his hosts about the fastest bird in Europe, and they were unable to obtain a definitive answer from any reference book to confirm the answer.

And in 1954, when Sir Hugh recalled the controversy that had taken place, he came up with the idea of ​​making an advertisement for Guinness based on solving polemics in pubs.

Sir Hugh invited the twins, Norris MacWhiter (1925-2004) and Ross MacWhiter (1925-1975), researchers and those interested in gathering facts, and asked them to compile a book that included all kinds of information and figures.

Guinness Superlatives was founded on November 30, 1954, and after initial research work began on editing the book, which took about 13 and a half weeks (90 hours of work per week), including weekends and national holidays.

Over the past 60 years, Guinness World Records has held an important place among those interested in information and numbers, and the book has continued to be a bestseller around the world.

 1. Colombian farmers set a world record by planting the world's heaviest mango in Guayata, weighing 4.25 kg (9.36 lb).

2. The tallest Christmas tree for 2021 in the world was lit on Friday, November 26, in downtown Enid, Oklahoma, USA. The height of the tree was approximately 77 feet, while the length of the live greenery was 144 feet.

Neville Sharp of Australia set a record for the loudest burp in the world ever, measuring at 112.4 decibels, breaking the previous record for the loudest burp that was set at 109.9 decibels.

A British man named George Bell managed to set his name in the Guinness Book of Records by wearing 10 surgical masks in just 7.35 seconds.

3. The CANNA UK National Giant Vegetables Championship in Malvern, UK set a number of records during the 2021 season.

The event saw the world's heaviest eggplant weighing 3.12 kg (6 lb 14 oz), grown by Peter Glazbrook of Nottinghamshire, UK.

The competition recorded the heaviest broad bean, weighing 106 grams (3.74 ounces), which is the heaviest bean in the world.

During the tournament, he broke the record for the longest leek in the world, known as the "King of Long Vegetables", measuring 1.36 metres.

4. American Samantha Ramsdale (31 years old) has the largest mouth in the world, with a width of 6.52 cm, which earned her great fame on “Tik Tok”, where the number of her followers reaches more than 1.7 million people, and she earns more than 11,000 pounds on each clip.

5. 5-foot-4-inch wife Chloe and 3-foot-7-inch husband James Lusted set the record for the largest height difference between the two, due to their 1-foot-10-inch height difference.

One of the strangest records included in the encyclopedia in 2021 is what Zoe Ellis from Australia did, when she managed to stop the electric fans with her tongue 32 times at once.

6. Bodimir Sobat, 56, from Croatia broke his own record in 2021, when he held his breath underwater for 24 minutes and 37 seconds.

7. On February 16, 2021, Centaurus honey from Turkey broke the record for the most expensive honey in the world, with an exorbitant price of 8,700 pounds/kg (10,000 euros/kg).

8. Boy Olden Maxwell broke the world record for stacking jenga blocks for the third time with a stack of 1,400 blocks, breaking his previous record of 693 jenga blocks balanced in one block.

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