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Totally Bonkers Guinness World Records

This episode features the most hair rollers put on in one minute while on a rollercoaster.

Series 3
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The records in this episode include the fastest time to type a text message.
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The records in this episode include the most yard sticks broken with the head in a minute.
Series 2
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The records in this episode include the most beer bottles opened with the feet.
Series 3
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The records in this episode include the most bubbles blown with a tarantula in the mouth.
Series 2
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The records in this episode include the heaviest weight lifted with the tongue.
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The records in this episode include the world's tallest dog and the fastest wife-carrying.
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The records in this episode include the longest distance run on hot plates.
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The records in this episode include the fastest time to pull an aircraft.
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The records in this episode include the longest wave surfed by a dog.
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The records in this episode include wife-carrying and the most races won by a sheep.
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The records in this episode include the most slam dunks by a parrot.
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Matt Edmondson guides us through some more weird and wonderful Guinness World Records.
The records in this episode include the highest altitude balloon walk at 21,000 feet.
Series 1
Matt Edmondson looks at the most people in a Mini and the fastest time to smash a piano.
Series 2
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The records in this episode include the fastest time to tape a person to a wall.
Series 1
Matt Edmondson looks at the most kicks to the head in a minute and fast balloon-modelling.
Matt Edmondson looks at the tightest parallel parking in the world and a sheep-shearer.
Matt Edmondson looks at Australian diving pigs and the most tattooed man on the planet.
Matt Edmondson looks at Japanese skipping dogs and the quickest 100-metre moonwalk.
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