1Most Milk Squirted Out of an Eye
In 2004, Turkish man Mehmet Yilmaz squirted milk from his eye into a coffee cup at a distance of 2 meters and 70 centimetres, setting a bizarre new Guinness World Record. Mr Yilmaz, 28, has mastered the discipline of eye-squirting - sucking milk through the nose into the eye before squirting it out across a table.
2World's Largest Tumor Ever Removed
In August 2010, doctors removed a tumor weighing nearly four stone --24 kilos, or 56 pounds-- from a woman in Argentina. It had been growing inside her body for 18 months. The huge growth was taken out of the 54-year-old's womb during a four-hour operation at a hospital near the capital, Buenos Aires. The unnamed patient was discharged weighing just over 16 and a half stone - five stone 7lbs less than when she was admitted.
3Most Cockroaches Eaten
A retired ratcatcher and part-time entertainer, Ken Edwards of Glossop, Derbyshire, England, ate 36 cockroaches in one minute on the set of "The Big Breakfast", on March 5, 2001. Ken's 47 rats-down-the-trouser trick caused such a stir that he became a celebrity overnight. His friends and family are now used to his freaky acts and Ken says, "If I were to actually do something normal then they would react!"
4Heaviest Weight Lifted With Tongue
Briton Thomas Blackthorne has beaten his own Guinness Record by lifting a big steel-framed perspex box full of pasta - with his tongue!
The record attempt was in Rome on the show "Circo Massimo" which is the reason for the pasta. The box weighed 12 kilos, 26 and a half pounds.
5Most Cow Brains Eaten
Famous Japanese competitive eater Takeru Kobayashi held the world record of hot dog eating for nearly six years, and holds several other eating records, while ranking third in the world for competitive eating. That alone should give him a place in our list, but one of the most impressive records he holds has to do with cow brains: he ate 17.7 pounds of it in 15 minutes.
6Loudest Female Burp
The loudest burp measured from a distance of 2.5 m (8 ft 2 in) and 1 m (3 ft 3 in) high, read 104.75 dB on a certified and calibrated class 1 precision measuring noise level meter, was achieved by Jodie Parks (USA) on the set of Lo show dei record, in Madrid, Spain, on 16 February 2008. Check out the video link, we can't insert it from here.
7Largest Object Removed From Human Skull
In 1998, while he was at a friend's residence in Jacksonville, Florida, an unknown assailant stabbed Michael Hill in the head and left, presuming that his target would lay down and die like a normal human being. Instead, Michael wandered down the street to another friend's house to get help with an 8 inch survival knife still embedded in his grey matter. The odds defying, ball of bronze Michael explained that he "...didn't feel the pain initially and it was only when I was at the hospital that it hit me and I felt like my eyes were bulging out."
Hill's arrival and treatment at the Shands Jacksonville Trauma center was documented and broadcast on the TLC series Trauma: Life in the E.R..
Despite the large knife penetrating his brain, Hill was conscious and responsive when arrived at the hospital. Four hours after he arrived the knife was removed. Hill survived without even an infection and within seven days was discharged from the hospital, although the knife had caused permanent damage to his memory and paralyzed his left hand. He now has occasional headaches and needs medication to prevent seizures. He's now the proud holder of the Guiness Record for "Largest Object Removed From Human Skull".
8Most Maggots Moved by the Mouth in One Hour
Charlie Bell, a former steel worker, smashed the world record for "most amount of maggots moved by the mouth in one hour." Bell reportedly carried two square foot of live maggots in one hour from one container to another using only his mouth.
The-35-year-old from Leyton, East London, admitted "It was disgusting."
9Most Spiders On A Body For 30 Seconds
Tom Buchanan, an Australian kid, claimed the world record for having the most spiders on his body for 30 seconds. He had 125 Golden Orb spiders on his body for a total of 55 seconds. Golden Orb spiders are not poisonous, according to Buchanan, but they do bite and can make your body swell up. Check out the video link, we can't insert it from here.
10Most Feet Sniffed
Madeline Albrecht of Cincinnati, Ohio, knew she was set for greatness when she was hired by the Hill Top Research Laboratories, a testing lab for Dr. Scholl's. Her job was to sniff feet and armpits which she did for a smelly 15 years. During her aromatic career, Madeline Albrecht sniffed an estimated 5,600 feet and an unknown amount of armpits. And that, our friends, is the stinkin' truth.