Some Of The Strangest Guinness Book of World Records Buffalo Holds
Buffalo holds some of the strangest attempts at Guinness World records, but maybe we're just a talented bunch of people. Look at some that have been accomplished and attempted!
Dead serious--he's super good at flipping pancakes. Mike Cuzzacrea flipped a pancake in the Galleria Mall over 30 feet, which is the highest a pancake has ever been flipped. He's a mail carrier by day.
Remember the Powder Keg Fest that was put on by the guy that organizes the Chicken Wing Fest? Well, it broke a world record for having the world's largest ice maze at 84.80 feet wide and 151.6 feet long.
Hi, Briere. Hi, Drury.
The Buffalo Sabres hold a couple of world records actually, but notably, they have the most consecutive wins to begin an NHL ice hockey season back in 2006. (They're actually tied with the 1993 Maple Leafs).
Terrence McGee was the first player with a kickoff and interception returns for touchdowns in the same NFL game. Since he is the first, nobody can really take away his "first".
BW's Barbecue and the Kiwanis Club of East Aurora wanted to sell the most fish fry's in a single day. They got up to 2,000 and needed just over 2,500. I feel like this one can still be broken by Buffalo.
For Chef's 90th anniversary, they had the World's Largest Pasta Dinner with a 9-foot casssata cake, but the problem is it was quite the hassle to get someone official for the definite victory.