A lot of people around the world dream of destroying a world record in their own time, such as blowing the biggest bubble in the entire world or owning the largest collection of mummified rodents, for example. Okay, maybe not the last one, but people are still interested in being the very best whenever possible. Some record holders, however, did not plan or really want to have their name associated with a specific record, and that makes total sense when you see what they are. Here are ten world records no one wants to beat.
On March 12, 2006, Matt Suter, a 19-year-old high school senor in Missouri, was in his grandma’s mobile home when a storm kicked up. Suter heard the roaring of intense wind, and was then thrown 1,307 feet – which is the same length as four football fields – and survived.
The Duggars, an Arkansas family known for their reality television show, are despicable, but famous. However, they are not the biggest, most prolific parents around. Instead, Feodor Vassilyev, an 18th century peasant, had two wives, 22 sets of twins, 9 sets of triplets, and 4 sets of quadruplets.