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Guinness World Record Day

Guinness World Record Day | Days Of The Year
I think if you come first with a new world record, that is the best. – Haile Gebrselassie. World Records aren't set every day, but world records for new types of ...
Guinness World Records: Home
The Guinness World Records official site with ultimate record-breaking facts & achievements. Do you want to set a world record? Are you Officially Amazing?
Live: Guinness World Records Day 2017
Nov 9, 2017 - Today (Thursday 9 November) is Guinness World Records Day, a day where thousands of people celebrate record breaking which is now in its thirteenth year.
Guinness World Record Day - Newsweek
Guinness World Record Day. World. Weird and Wacky Record-Breaking Attempts on Annual World Record Day. Underwater spear-catching, a mass breakfast-in-bed gathering and a meeting of the tallest and shortest men in the world were among the events surrounding the tenth annual Guinness World Records Day Thursday.
Guinness World Records - Wikipedia
Guinness World Records bestowed the record of "Person with the most records" on Ashrita Furman of Queens, NY in April 2009. At that time, he held 100 records. In 2005, Guinness designated 9 November as International Guinness World Records Day to encourage breaking of world records.
Records tumble around the world for Guinness World Record Day ...
Basketball player sets record for longest shot. 14 Nov 2013. Guinness World Records. 12 Sep 2013. So you want to be a record breaker? 14 Nov 2013.

World Hello Day

World Hello Day - November 21, 2017
November 21, 2017 is the 45th annual World Hello Day. Anyone can participate in World Hello Day simply by greeting ten people. This demonstrates the ...
World Hello Day - Wikipedia
World Hello Day is a secular holiday observed annually on November 21, to express that conflicts should be resolved through communication rather than the ...
World Hello Day | Days Of The Year
[Every November 21st] World Hello Day may sound extremely basic, as it encourages us to take the opportunity to simply greet people, and to recognize how ...
Fun Holiday – World Hello Day - TimeAndDate.com
The purpose of World Hello Day is simple – to encourage communication and dialogue between people of different backgrounds in order to achieve peace and ...
November 21 is World Hello Day - Worldwide Weird Holidays
Nov 21, 2017 - World Hello Day - Greet Ten People for Peace - find fun, strange and silly holidays at Worldwide Weird Holidays. Celebrate every day of the ...
World Hello Day - Home | Facebook
Aloha to Hawaii as they wrap up World Hello Day for 2012. A big thank you to all the new fans and everyone who sent greetings. And remember, there's nothing ...

False Confession Day

November 21 Holiday - False Confession Day at Holiday Insights
Nov 21, 2007 - False Confession Day. False Confession Day is today. I bet you have been waiting for today, in eager anticipation. For some unknown, yet wacky reason, the creator of this day, thought it would be fun to encourage false confessions.
False Confession Day - Giftypedia
Nov 21, 2014 - On the websites we've researched, False Confession Day is said to be a day where you are to make a false confession; as opposed to calling ...
False Confession Day | Days Of The Year
Confession, it is said, is good for the soul. However, nowhere does it say that the confession has to be true! False Confession Day is your opportunity to tell an ...
Happy False Confession Day! - HelloGiggles
Happy False Confession Day! Rachel Hintz. November 21, 2013 4:00 pm. Origin. Have you ever taken the fall for a friend? Told a lie to protect someone in a ...
False Confession Day – National Whatever Day
False Confession Day. False Confession Day is celebrated on November 20th of each year. The staff at National Whatever day were unable to locate the origin of this day. However, if you have been waiting for the perfect day to confess to something false, today is your day.
False Confession Day | Holiday | Checkiday.com
False Confession Day is observed next on Wednesday, November 21st, 2018. It has always been observed annually on November 21st.