The weekly recap: November 16 | Corn kernels, toothpicks, world records

Here in the U.S., next week is Thanksgiving. So, obviously, everyone is stocking up on turkey, stuffing, gravy, corn kernels, and toothpicks. After all, what is turkey day without showing off your corn kernel skewering skills?

First, the news.

The Hyland Blog

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Hyland news

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Fav thing of the week

  • It’s an age-old question: How many corn kernels can you eat with a toothpick in three minutes?

Thankfully, we now have an answer. If you have nimble fingers – like a brain surgeon or a classic pianist – you can eat 241 of them in 180 seconds. But that still doesn’t mean you’re as talented as this guy, because he has now set 83 Guinness World Records – including balancing a pool cue on his forehead for one hour and three minutes.

No word yet whether that helped him set the record for number of times visiting a chiropractor in one week.

That’s it. With the holiday next week, we will not publish a weekly recap. We’ll be back in December.

Have a great weekend!

Scoop Skupien

Scoop Skupien

Scoop Skupien is a former radio station mascot. A rabbit, if you really want to know. These days, he’s a content marketing manager at Hyland, as well as the editor... read more about: Scoop Skupien

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