The Guinness World Records 2016 Edition is out, with wackier feats and more astounding physical traits than ever before.
20-year-old Jeison Orlando Rodriguez Hernandez of Venezuela has made it into the 2016 Guinness World Records book for having the largest feet on a living person. Measuring 40.1 cm (1 ft 3.79 in) for his right foot, and 39.6 cm (1 ft 3.59 in) for his left, Jeison wears a whopping size 26.
Most teeth in the mouth
Vijay Kumar V.A, for example, a 27 years old from Bangalore, India, has been recognized for "Most teeth in the mouth." Vijay has 37 teeth in total. A normal adult has 32.
Fastest 100m in clogs
Andre Ortolf, a 21-year-old from Augsburg, Germany just raced into the 2016 Guinness World Records Book with the fastest ever 100-meter run in clogs (16.27 seconds).
A unique skill, for sure.
Most balls caught with the paws
Purin, a 9 year-old female beagle from Tokyo, Japan, has made it into the 2016 Guinness World Records book for the "Most Balls Caught by a Dog with the Paws in One Minute."
Purin, who can also skateboard, walk on two legs and enjoys rope skipping, managed to catch 14 balls in his allotted time.
Largest hotdog cart
44-year-old Marcus "Hot Dog Man" Daily of Missouri, has made it into the 2016 Guinness World Records book for creating the largest hotdog cart in the world, 9 feet 3 inches in width, 23 feet 2 inches in length, and 12 feet 2.75 inches in height.
Bertie the tortoise has made it into the 2016 Guinness World Records book as the world's fastest tortoise. Bertie, who currently resides at the Adventure Valley children's amusement park in the UK, clocked a speed 0.92 feet per second on the specially designed racetrack in his enclosure.
That's what you call looking at the hare in your rearview mirror.
Tallest married couple
Sun Mingming, 33, and his wife Xu Yan, 29, of China have a combined height of 13 feet 10.72 inches. To break that down, he is 7 feet 8.98 inches tall. And she is 6 feet 1.74 inches tall.
So, they've just made into the 2016 Guinness World Records book as the tallest living married couple in the world... a tall feat.
Longest fur on a rabbit
Franchesca, a 2 year-old Angora rabbit from California, coifed her way into the 2016 Guinness World Records book for the longest fur on a rabbit. A multiple 'Best in Show' winner, Franchesca's longest hair measures 14.37 inches.
And check out the rabbit pompadour falling over her right eye!
Longest ballpoint pen
Acharya Makunuri Srinivasa, of Nizamabad, India wrote his way into the 2016 Guinness World Records Book with the longest ballpoint pen ever. The massive writing utensil is 18 feet 0.53 inches long and weighs 82.08 pounds 1.24 ounces.
Farthest distance to blow a pea
Andre Ortolf of Germany, a jack of all wacky trades apparently, also made it into the 2016 Guinness World Records Book for the farthest distance to ever blow a pea (24 feet 7.66 inches).
Largest cowboy boot sculpture
72-year-old Bob Wade of Texas has made it into the 2016 Guinness World Records book for creating the world's largest cowboy boot sculpture. The boots are each 35 feet 3 inches tall.
Most hula-hoops spun at once
Marawa Ibrahim, who goes by the nickname "Marawa the Amazing," made it into the Guinness World Records 2016 Edition for most hula hoops spun simultaneously.
She spun her way into the record books by rotating 160 hula hoops at the same time. She then whirled herself a step further on NBC's "Today" by achieving the feat with 162.
Largest horn spread on a steer
Meet Big Red 207, a Texas Longhorn at El Coyote Ranche in Encino, with horns that measure 115 inches in length. He's just made it into the 2016 Guinness World Records book for the largest horn spread on a domestic living steer.
But, cattle controversy! Shortly before going to print, the record was broken again by 'Lazy J's Bluegrass' of Kansas, whose horns clock in at 117.25 inches.
Most million-selling weeks
The "Blank Space" next to the Guinness World Record for "most million-selling weeks on the US albums charts" has just been filled: Taylor Swift.
The country-pop superstar is the only act to rack up three million-selling weeks on the Billboard 200 albums chart since Nielsen SoundScan began tracking sales in 1991. That's one title T-Swift likely won't want to shake off.
Fastest 20 stairs on hind legs
Sailor, a black poodle, stepped his way into the Guinness World Records 2016 Edition by climbing 20 steps in just 18 seconds on his hind legs.
Longest climb to No. 1
Ed Sheeran's 2014 ballad "Thinking Out Loud" trudged along for 19 weeks en route to number one. As such, it's earned Sheeran the Guinness World Record for longest climb to No.1 on the UK singles chart.
So, it appears a slow burn can be a really good thing.
Fastest 100m wearing ski boots
And for his third and final 2016 world record, Andre Ortolf sprinted into the 2016 Guinness World Records Book with the fastest 100-meter run ever executed in ski boots (17.65 seconds).
One Direction may be down to four members, but they've just racked up six world records: most followers on Twitter for a music group (23,393,106), most popular dance game track ("What Makes You Beautiful" on Just Dance 4), most subscribers for a band on YouTube (36,817,975), first group to debut at No.1 in the U.S. with their first four albums (Up All Night, Take Me Home, Midnight Memories, Four), first UK group to debut at No. 1 in USA with debut album, and the highest debut by UK group on U.S. singles chart (No. 3 with "Live While We're Young").
Most BMX time machines in 1 min
21-year-old Takahiro Ikeda of Tokyo, Japan entered the 2016 Guinness World Records Book with the Most BMX time machines in one minute.
A time machine is a trick, during which riders pop a wheelie, balance on the side of their bike, then spin as many times as possible on the bike's rear wheel. Ikeda, a professional BMX rider, managed a staggering 83 rotations.