Saturday, November 25, 2006

Amazingly disgusting!

This gentlman was recently featured in Time magazine for being one of the newest additions to the Guinness Book of World Records. His feat? Holding the record number of rattlesnakes suspended from his mouth.

So awesome.

Which leads to the next logical question: what world record would you want to hold? And whatever it is, would you do it wearing a derby hat? I hope so.

6 comments:

Kelli said...

Ewww!

I'd like to hold the world record in the 100 Freestyle. I know, it's boring, but I would. It might also be fun to catch the world's biggest blue gill. That's not very creative, either.

I think I already hold the record for longest sentence, or series of sentences, spoken without taking a breath and I'm coming close to the record on running into people you know in obscure places with Missy Ryan.

kelly said...

ewwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww is right!!! disgusting!!! i guess i would like to win a record for... pie eating???? i think i could do it too!

mr. goodfella said...

I'd like to have the record for bendiest shoulders. :)

The Goodfellas said...

i think you do!!! although you shouldn't let it be known, much better for people to think you have inside-out elbows...

ps. kelli i think you're right about your record also, a true accomplishment! don't ever let anyone tell you otherwise! ;-)

ps. kello: pie eating is another noble contest although i hope by "pie" you mean a real pie and not a crust with whipped-cream (such a copout i think.) :-)

Brandee said...

Scott says he would like to hold the record for the fastest blink because then he would always win the staring contest. His blink would be so fast you wouldn't even see it. I would like to hold the record for climbing a rope the fastest. One record I would not like to have: HAIRIEST FAMILY: Mexicans Victor and Gabriel Ramos Gomez have 98% of their bodies covered in fur (as found on the guinness records page).

The Goodfellas said...

98%?!!
hijole!

ps. i think you should go for the rope-climbing, i can see it.