Marshmallow Launched From Slingshot for RECORD

Marshmallow Launched From Slingshot for RECORD

Photo: Guinness World Record

Two men from Utah, United States have broken a Guinness World Record when one launched a marshmallow from a slingshot.

According to news agency United Press International, the other caught it in his mouth 225 feet and 10 inches away.

Dallas Anderson and Jon Paleka said experimenting with catching marshmallows inspired them to seek the said world record.

They then posted a video online showing Anderson launching marshmallows from a slingshot while Paleka attempts to catch them.

The pair ended up with their successful attempt spanning a distance of 225 feet, 10 inches.

The distance captured the Guinness record for farthest marshmallow propelled and caught in the mouth.

Meanwhile, two men from Idaho, United States have broken a world record together for catching popcorns using mouth.

According to various news reports online, one used both hands to throw popcorn that the other caught.

David Rush teamed up with neighbor Jonathan Hannon to break the record for most popcorn thrown to the mouth in a minute.

The pair managed 54 catches in, beating the previous record of 37 set in 2016 by Ashrita Furman and Bipin Larkin.

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