Guinness World Record Longest Tongue: Nick Stoeberl, a resident of America, holds the Guinness World Record for having the longest tongue in the world. He has registered another Guinness World Record in his name because of his tongue. He has set a new Guinness World Record for the fastest removal of five Jenga blocks with the help of his tongue.
Nick Stoeberl’s tongue has a total length of 10.1 cm (3.97 in). This is the record of the world’s longest tongue among men. He has also done painting with the help of tongue before this. On the other hand, he has made another record in his name with his unusual achievement.
his life completely changed
According to the Guinness Book of World Records, Nick Stoeberl of Salinas, USA managed to remove five Jenga blocks from a stack in 55.526 seconds. He said that being a Guinness World Record holder has completely changed his life. He said that I have been able to visit different countries and see all kinds of culture and hang out with nice people and eat good food. It is a fun experience. I look at books like a child and I feel very proud when books write about me.
The average tongue length is 7.9 cm (3.11 in) in females and 8.5 cm (3.34 in) in males, while Nick Stoeberl’s tongue is over three inches long at 3.97 in. He said that when I broke the record for the first time, I wanted to use my tongue for something and then I saw a video of a man in India painting with his tongue.
inspired by indian man
Nick Stoeberl got inspired by the Indian man to try to break his latest record. For this, Nick decided to use his tongue to make some pretty art before trying it. According to the Guinness Book of World Records, before this achievement, Nick had tried to break the record of touching the nose with the tongue for the most number of times in a minute. The world record for touching the nose with the tongue was 281 times, but unfortunately Nick could only touch it 246 times. In this way he was able to reduce 35.
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