Guinness World Records 2003
Bantam Books, 2003 - Reference - 544 pages
The world's bestselling authority on astonishing facts and unparalleled human achievements--completely revised and updated for 2003!
From the world's fastest speed skater to the world's fastest snail, the most coffee consumed to the longest strand of pasta--418 feet--Guinness World Records(TM) is the most complete, authoritative, and exciting guide to every record, statistic, and feat of human endeavor and natural wonder imaginable. And it's packed with exciting photos to back them up!
- The world's longest kiss took place in New York City, lasting a Guinness World Record 30 hours, 59 minutes, and 27 seconds.
- Jennifer Aniston, Lisa Kudrow, and Courteney Cox Arquette, the female leads in NBC's Friends, earned a whopping Guinness World Record $1 million each per episode of the 2002 season.
- The most expensive house sale to date goes to a Hong Kong businessman who collected a staggering Guinness World Record $101,909,312 for his home.
And that's only the beginning! Dive into the awe-inspiring, newly expanded Guinness World Records(TM) 2003 and discover a feast of fascinating facts. Animal, vegetable, or mineral--if it's occurred and been recorded, you'll find it here.
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