New Guinness World Record Set for Longest Book Domino Chain – 5, 318 Books (video)

New Guinness World Record Set for Longest Book Domino Chain - 5, 318 Books (video) Back in January, employees of the UK-based United Biscuits lined up 5,500 books in a chain and knocked them down, domino-style, setting a new world record.

The attempt was made at a sales conference in Old Windsor, England. it was developed in partnership with Guinness and sprung on United Biscuit's salespersons that morning as a team building exercise.

it was a less than perfect effort; around a couple hundred of the 5,500 books didn't topple, but enough did fall that a new record of 5,318 books was set. The previous Guinness World Record of 4,988 books was set in March of last year in Cz?stochowa, Poland.

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6 Comments

  1. Juli Monroe6 March, 2015

    Is it bad of me that all I could think was, “I’m so glad I’m not the one to have to pick them all up.” 🙂

    Reply
    1. Nate Hoffelder6 March, 2015

      I was thinking that this was good training in how to put up with unreasonable demands from management. 😉

      Reply
  2. mrsmac6 March, 2015

    Says video is private. 🙁

    Reply
    1. Nate Hoffelder6 March, 2015

      Well that’s weird. I watched it before i posted it.

      let me see if i can find an alternative.

      Reply
  3. Al Magary7 March, 2015

    WTF: “This video is private”! Like, what for? Like, didn’t you know that before you posted it?

    Reply
    1. Nate Hoffelder7 March, 2015

      I watched the video before I posted it. And so did Piotr of eBookFriendly.

      It was public at one point. I have no idea why some fool at GBWR changed it.

      Reply

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