The 63rd edition of Guinness World Records is out, revealing jaw-dropping photos and inspiring stories.
What better way to end the year than a list of people (and also cats and teddy-bears) that made it to the Guinness World Records and are now a part of the “officially amazing” list. Here’s a sneak peak of this year’s stars:
The 85-year-old California bodybuilder Jim Arrington has lifted his way to the Guinness World Records for 2018 by claiming the title of the world’s oldest male bodybuilder. Still looking for excuses to skip gym?
Longest tail on a domestic cat
Cygnus, a silver maine coon cat, became the record holder for the longest tail on domestic cat (living), with a 44.66 cm long tail. Before we head to the next record-breaking picture, let’s envy that glorious mane.
Longest fingernails on a pair of hands
Avid nail artist Ayanna Williams has been growing her nails for more than two decades now. When the Guinness World Records measured them, they had a combined length of 576.4 cm. Boy oh Boy!
Shangai born You Jianxia is the owner of the longest eyelash in the world which measures an impressive 12.40 cm. This 49-year-old has never gotten extensions for her eyelashes.
Tallest high top fade
California based model Benny Harlem has won the title of “Tallest high top fade” from Guinness World Records for his iconic hair style and a 52 cm tall high top fade.
Largest collection of teddy bears
Teddy-bear obsessed 68-year-old Jackie Miley from South Dakota has amassed an astounding collection of more than 8000 stuffed toys.
Largest cozy coupe
Brothers John and Geoff Bitmead developed a roadworthy coupe, dubbed as the “Toytown Coupe” which is the biggest of its kind and tops the list at a 2.7 m long.
First prosthetic tattoo gun arm
Lyon based tattoo artist, Tenet, lost his arm when he was 22 years old. He turned his prosthetic arm into a functioning tattoo gun to create his designs using both arms and won the Guinness World Records for the same.