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   Undertoad  Wednesday Oct 10 12:18 PM

10/10: Earlobe guy

I found this on France's Yahoo Most Popular, along with the following caption:

<i>Monte Pierce est entré dans le Livre Guinness des records. Il peut avec le lobe de ses oreilles propulser des pièces de monnaie à une distance de 3,5 mètres.</i>

warch  Wednesday Oct 10 12:33 PM

Can he tie them in a knot?
Can he tie them in a bow?

Vegeta  Wednesday Oct 10 01:15 PM

Translation of the caption for the non-French speaking readership:

Monte Pierce entered the Guinness Book of the records. He can with the lobe of his ears propel coins at a distance of 3,5 meters.

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Chewbaccus  Thursday Oct 11 10:32 AM

Is it me, or have the folks at Guinness come to be classy freak-show runners?

Think about it. They get people like this guy, or that one lady who could pop her eyes out of her sockets, but find some measurement to legitamize it all. Eyeball Lady got in because the eyes protruded around 19 mm from the socket.


dynoman7  Thursday Oct 11 01:04 PM

Originally posted by warch
Can he tie them in a knot?
Can he tie them in a bow?
lol that's funny

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