Guinness Confirms Another RECORD Involving M&M’s

Guinness Confirms Another RECORD Involving M&M’s

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A British man has broken an unusual Guinness World Record after stacking five M&M’s candies.

According to news agency United Press International, it took him hours of several record attempts.

Will Cutbill said he had long dreamed of getting his name into the Guinness Book of World Records.

However, he only decided to work on it during the lockdown caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.

“I was in the living room, eating a bag of M&M’s, and I was incredibly bored,” Cutbill told reporters.

“I wonder if there’s a world record for this, so I looked it up online and the most anyone stacked was four,” he said.

Meanwhile, a man from Idaho broke a world record for making 522 juggling catches in a minute.

According to various news reports online, he did it while standing on a Swiss ball.

David Rush said he wanted to continue his “world’s fastest juggling” series recognized by the Guinness.

Rush discovered juggling on the Swiss ball made it more difficult than his other records involving the exercise ball.

But he still managed to take the previous record for completing 522 catches in a minute.

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