Here’s the scoop!
- Nick Stoeberl, a man from Salinas, California, who holds the Guinness World Record for the longest tongue, has set a new record for the fastest time to remove five Jenga blocks with his tongue.
- Stoeberl removed the blocks from a stack in 55.526 seconds, adding another achievement to his list of accomplishments with his remarkable tongue.
- Stoeberl expressed his gratitude for his Guinness World Record titles, saying they have enabled him to travel and experience different cultures around the world.
Nick Stoeberl, a man from Salinas, California, has achieved yet another impressive feat with his incredible tongue. Stoeberl, who already holds the Guinness World Record for the longest tongue measuring 3.97 inches, has now set a new record for the fastest time to remove five Jenga blocks with his tongue.
The achievement was recognized by the Guinness World Records, and Stoeberl completed the task in just 55.526 seconds.
Stoeberl, who is also an accomplished painter, spoke about the impact that holding Guinness World Record titles has had on his life. “It’s very fun and I looked at the books as a kid and so to be in them is just an honor — it’s huge,” he said. “I’ve been able to go to different countries and see all different kinds of cultures and hang out with good people and have good food.”
Stoeberl’s unique talent has certainly gained him worldwide attention, and it’s clear that he’s making the most of it. From setting new records to showcasing his artwork, Stoeberl’s tongue has opened doors for him that he never could have imagined.
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