Toilet Paper Used To Break Guinness World Record In Wisconsin
If breaking a world record is a bucket list thing for you but seems impossible, maybe you just haven't found the right way to do it.
Do you remember checking out "Guinness Book of World Records" as a kid?
I always thought it would be cool to make it into the book, but how?
A group in Wisconsin figured it out.
According to upi.com,
"A paper company teamed with a newly-opened store in Wisconsin to break the Guinness World Record for the tallest pyramid made of bath tissue."
Don't get me wrong, I'm impressed. I just had no idea there was actually a record for that.
The toilet paper pyramid was made of 25,585 rolls and stood 14 feet 3.75 inches high.
The previous record holder was 13 feet 5 inches tall and used 23.821 rolls.
Don't worry, it won't go to waste. They will recycle it and donate the money to charity.
Check it out for yourself.
Video: Guinness record-breaking toilet paper pyramid built in Wisconsin
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