Monday, September 26, 2011

Guinness World Records: Los Angeles resident Chanel Tapper has world longest tounge

You may not know this, Southern California, but there is importance among us.

The latest edition of the Guinness Book of World Records boasts a number of record-breaking feats by Southern Californians.

Los Angeles resident Chanel Tapper, for example, can maintain the state's longest tongue. Yup, that's right. Her tongue, according to Guinness, measures 3.8 inches from tip to top lip. She got beat out, though, for the world record by Stephen Taylor of the United Kingdom, whose licker measures 3.86 inches.

Local collectors also higher in the charts. Denise Tabangui 2429 San Jacinto has cow-related items from March 2011. The collection was started in 1990 when he saw a picture of cow in the kitchen of his mother. Now she needs more than a kitchen to keep her menagerie own cow, which includes a life-size calf neighbors gave as a gift.

Charlotte Lee of Huntington Beach has 5249 different rubber ducks - enough for the record books. His friends kept rubber behind glass in a room dedicated duckThen there is the height 'Rusty' WR San Diego, which has the dubious distinction of being in the majority of car crashes. In February 2003, accident reconstructions' 718 had suffered injuries as a human being crash-test dummy.

In total, there are 2,500 new records in the Guinness Book of World Records, including 39 Southern California records, a spokesman for the book says. So take heart, there is hope for the rest of us next year.


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