Anyone who is able to break a Guinness World Record deserves to be commended, no matter how odd or weird it might be.

I can remember when I was in elementary school, I was always fascinated by the Guinness Book of World Records that would come out each year. My classmates and I would always read the stories about these amazing things that people have won a world record for. Not only that, but the thing that I remember most about those books was reading up on some of the strange and outlandish things people did just to win a world record. The majority of them still leave me thinking to this day, "Who thinks of this stuff?!"

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That being said, I recently saw a post from Mental Floss, where there was a list of The Weirdest Guinness World Records from Each U.S. State. This isn't one of those things where I can say that "some" of these things are pretty out there, in fact, all of these records are strange. Indiana's weirdest Guinness World Record is no different.

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Indiana's Weirdest Guinness World Record

According to Mental Floss, Indiana's weirdest Guinness World Record was set on May 13, 2022 in Indianapolis. A recycling firm, Technology Recyclers wanted to raise awareness for recycling electronics in a rather unorthodox way. They decided to attempt to win a Guinness World Record for the most laptops toppled in a domino fashion. That attempt was very successful. They toppled 2,910 laptops to secure a Guinness World Record.

 

I have to admit, seeing that was actually pretty cool. According to Guinness World Records:

Technology Recyclers’ 2,910 laptops toppled in a domino fashion surpassed the previous record of 752 achieved by Jens Demol and Out of Use NV (both Belgium) in Beringen, Belgium, on 7 November 2021.

You can check out the other states' weirdest world record in the video below.

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