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Human Mattress Dominoes Is the Weirdest World Record Ever

Considering how often new world records are set these days, people are now trying to find the most obscure of challenges to get some attention. It worked for New Orleans recently, when 850 people volunteered to break the Guinness World Record for the largest number of people taking part in human dominoes.

The previous world record was held by Belgium, achieved in 2011 with 550 people. We here in the US- of-A surely showed them how to break records with our ‘king-sized’ attempt (pun intended).  Before you shrug this off as a cheap publicity stunt, note that the mattresses used will be donated to various charities across New Orleans.

Sleep on that haters!

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