Published On: Dec 24 2013 02:08:12 AM CSTUpdated On: Nov 13 2014 11:13:37 AM CST
Most Guinness world records are fairly standard, but others are nothing short of wacky.
388 people climbed into bed at the Pudong Shangri-la Hotel in Shanghai, China, to set the Guinness World Record for the most people having breakfast in bed. The stunt was an effort to raise awareness about break cancer.
More than 4,000 University of California, Irvine college students set a new record for the world's largest pillow fight in Oct. Per Guinness rules, the pillow fight lasted just 60 seconds.
Sakari Momoi, an 111-year-old retired Japanese educator, has now been recognized as the world's oldest living man. The world's oldest living woman, 116-year-old Misao Okawa, is also from Japan.
Take a look at some of the weirdest world records.
1,675 people broke the world record for most people wearing sunglasses at night at Gilda's LaughFest in Grand Rapids, Mich. in April.
852 students gathered in a shopping mall in Bangkok Nov. 22 to break the Guinness World Record for the largest human Christmas tree.
A university professor set a new world record for the largest architectural video game display by playing the classic video game Pong on the side of a Philadelphia skyscraper in April 2013.
A group of people at the Kendall Calling festival in Cumbria set a new world record in August, 2013 for the largest gathering of people dressed as Superman.
These 52 chefs set the world record in February 2013 for the world's largest Cantonese fried rice in Costa Rica. It served over 7,000 people and weighed almost 3,000 pounds
Not only does the Resorts World Sentosa's S.E.A. Aquarium in Singapore hold the title for world's largest aquarium with 80,000 animals, 800 species, and 42.9 million liters of water, it also holds the record for "world's largest acrylic panel."
Beekeeper She Ping in China covered his body with 331,000 bees (or 73 pounds) in April 2012 to break the previous record of 59 pounds of bees.
On July 28, 2013, 1,213 people broke a Guinness World Record by applying facial masks for 10 minutes at the same time in Taipei.
In Northern England, Pete Glazebrook looks lovingly at his prize-winning onion which weighed a stunning 17 pounds. It's the Guinness World Record holder for heaviest onion and has held the title since September 2011.
Milan Roskopf of Slovakia broke his own previous world record in June 2009 by juggling three motor saws 62 successful times in a row. His previous record was 35.
In June 2010, runners dressed in inflatable Sumo costumes and claimed the new world record for a mass Sumo Suit gathering at a run in Battersea Park in London.
To set a brand new Guinness World Record for "the largest jigsaw made of tents," 900 tents were placed on a beach in Qingdao, Shandong province in China in October 2012 to form a Chinese dragon.
Japanese fashion designer Kazuhiro Watanabe currently holds the Guinness World Record for "tallest mohawk" at 3 feet and 8.6 inches tall. He entered the Guinness World Records in September 2012 for his 'do.
Chris "The Duchess" Walton is the current Guinness World Record holder for longest fingernails. Seen here in NYC back in 2011, her nails (which she's been growing for 18 years) measured 10 feet 2 inches on her left hand and 9 feet 7 inches on her right at the time.
The Guinness World Record for "Most spoons on a human body" belongs to Etibar Elchiyev. Here he is in Tbilisi, Georgia in December 2011 when he won the title with 50 metal spoons magnetized to his body.
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