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DUISBURG, GERMANY - SEPTEMBER 01: A representative from the Guinness Book of World Records Jack Brockba stands next to the Sandburg sandcastle on September 1, 2017 in Duisburg, Germany. A local travel agency commissioned the building of the sandcastle and sought to beat the previous world record of 14.84 meters and make it with 16.68 meters to set the new Guinness Book of World Record. The Sandburg took three weeks to build and is made from 3,500 tons of sand. (Photo by Maja Hitij/Getty Images)

The last Guinness World Record I felt that I could at least attempt was the record that involved walking a specific distance on Legos.  Of course, I had no way of purchasing the amount of Legos it would have taken to complete this record.  In fact, before I typed this blog I looked up the current record here and someone actually broke it back in May.  According to Guinness World Records, the new record was set by a man in Illinois.  He walked on Lego bricks for a total of 29,195 ft 10.39 in.  Ouch.  I don’t think I’ll be trying to break that record any time soon but a new record just went viral and it’ll cost less than $5 dollars to attempt.

A 23 year-old British man named Will Cutbill has set the record for stacking M&M’s which isn’t easy because of their shape.  His record-setting number is only five, which makes this challenge achievable by anyone who can stack six M&M’s on their kitchen table.  I am accepting this challenge and you should too!  Check out his record-setting video below.

Source: Guinness World Records