Re: Guinness World Records Day - Be a part of it!
- From: "Olfonah" <OggyGimpLova@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 24 Oct 2005 00:31:35 +0000 (UTC)
Shouldn't your quote at the end be "Lost in time, lost in SPACE, ...and
This GWR Day sounds like a real buzz. I've just seen their website. Guinness
World Records are still cool! I remember Roy Castle and Norris on Record
Breakers, that was the best show when I was a kid. I'm thinking of having a
go at "Most golf balls stacked vertically", I've been practicing it and it's
hard, but it can be beaten I recon!
I've just applied.
I will leave my mark on this planet!
"Micky Mouse" <MickyMichealson@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
> Yeh this sounds like the main new day from now on for us competitive folks
> to converge!
> We're doing "Most paper airplanes thrown at a target ". It's going to be a
> lot of fun, but we're near Birmingham so a bit far to travel, anyway we've
> got plenty of local press interest.
> Good luck!
> "And crawling on the planet's face, some insects called the human race.
> Lost in time, lost in sape.... and meaning"
> "Pete" <PeteEJHarvey@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
>> Dearest competative peoples of the globe,
>> I noticed the Guinness World Records website is arranging a special
>> record breaking day on November 9th called Guinness World Records Day.
>> It's going to generate a lot of publicity, and I was thinking of
>> organising an event here in London.
>> So if you'd like to get on the telly, let me know what you can do.
>> You could get some ideas off their website, or apply with your own
>> special talant.
>> Once you've got their approval, let me know and we'll coordinate our
>> attempts in the same place to try and get some TV coverage.
>> I still need 9 more people for my 31 legged race!
>> Alternatively just post your ideas here.
>> Peter Harvey
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