We’ve all heard of some pretty amazing world records and maybe even tried setting one, like the largest cyber dinner party, but these bizarre food records definitely take the cake. Who knew “farthest milk squirting distance” was a thing? I didn’t even know that was possible.
Believe it or not, people can actually squirt milk from their eye. Yes, you read that right, their eye. I’m not sure how he did it, but Ilker Yilmaz of Turkey squirted milk an astounding distance of nine feet and two inches. I’m not sure I could do that with a straw.
And you thought blowing a bubble the size of your face was big. Chad Fell of United States has you beat with his 20-inch bubblegum bubble. That’s pretty much double the size of my head, just look at that monster.
If you thought eating McDonald’s for 30 days was scary, what do you think about Donald Gorske of United States consuming 23,000 Big Macs? He’s been eating those bad boys daily for 37 consecutive years. Obviously false advertising doesn’t deter this man from his Big Macs. This record was set in 2008. I can’t help but wonder how many he’s consumed since then.
Random, but ok. Martina Servaty of Germany was able to extract 4.47 gallons of juice from grapes in two minutes. That’s certainly one way to exercise and do a juice cleanse.
Yummy, eat the ice cream the person in-line in front of you sticks in your face while sticking another ice cream cone in another person’s face. A whopping 2,728 participants took part in this ice cream eating chain in Northern Ireland. Check out more ice cream related records.
Tony Gemignani of United States rolled 20 ounces of pizza dough over his shoulders 37 times in 30 seconds. That’s more than one roll per second! I wonder what they did with the dough afterwards…
Extra large eggs from the grocery market are nothing compared to this monster. I think it would definitely be an extra extra extra extra extra extra extra extra extra extra extra extra large egg, plus another fifty or so extra’s. Can you even imagine how large a fried 5 lb and 11.36 ounces ostrich egg would be? Sweden is definitely the land of the big egg.
Now that you’ve learned about these bizarre foodie records, do you have what it takes to set your own?