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23 of the wildest Guinness World Records set in 2019

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    Guinness World Records
    published the first book of world records in 1955. The company
    markets itself as an authority
    of all world records.
  
  Guinness' list of record-breakers
  from this year includes feats that are nothing short of
  mind-boggling.
  
  Among this year's world records are the oldest-living person, who's
    more than 116 years old, and massive, mouth-watering
    desserts, such as a tiramisu that was nearly 900-feet-long.
  
  
    
    Visit INSIDER's homepage for more stories.
  

  Whether it's building the world's largest snow maze or solving a
  Rubik's cube while blindfolded, some attempts to set Guinness
  World Records require extensive planning and, depending on the
  task, large teams of participants.

  Other world
  records, on the other hand, stem from outstanding
  circumstances and accomplishments, like being the oldest-living
  person, or the moment when a 
  photo of an egg broke a record by surpassing Kylie Jenner's
  millions of Instagram likes.

  Keep reading to discover some of the most wild, outrageous, and
  amazing world records set in 2019.

  • Guinness World Records published the first book of world records in 1955. The company markets itself as an authority of all world records.
  • Guinness' list of record-breakers from this year includes feats that are nothing short of mind-boggling.
  • Among this year's world records are the oldest-living person, who's more than 116 years old, and massive, mouth-watering desserts, such as a tiramisu that was nearly 900-feet-long.
  • Visit INSIDER's homepage for more stories.

Whether it's building the world's largest snow maze or solving a Rubik's cube while blindfolded, some attempts to set Guinness World Records require extensive planning and, depending on the task, large teams of participants.

Other world records, on the other hand, stem from outstanding circumstances and accomplishments, like being the oldest-living person, or the moment when a photo of an egg broke a record by surpassing Kylie Jenner's millions of Instagram likes.

Keep reading to discover some of the most wild, outrageous, and amazing world records set in 2019.

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