Thursday, July 26, 2007

Tea makes Guiness

OK, this was on the BBC today and I just HAVE to share it:

"A Hong Kong child pours tea into a cup held by her twin brother. The siblings broke a Guinness world record for accurately serving tea whilst bending backwards."

That seems like a very strange record to include, but I guess Guiness is known for that. However, I question the lack of rules in this record. She appears to be using a teapot with an incredibly long spout. Also, HE's bendig backwards, but she's pouring (a.k.a. "serving") the tea. Just because they're twins, it doesn't mean they get to magically count as one person. Am I wrong, or does this seem not quite right?

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