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Emma, a 17 year-old model, sits on a hot air balloon as she wears the wedding dress with the longest tail in the world during a Guinness World Record attempt in Bucharest, March 20, 2012. The 2,750 meter long train broke a previous record of 2,488 meters. It is made of 4,700 meters of material using 1,857 needles, taking 100 days to made.Reuters
Villagers perform the annual dragon march to celebrate the Lantern Festival in Gutian township, Fujian province on 6 February 2012. The traditional march, usually performed during Lantern Festival, has a history of more than 200 years. The marching dragon, made of paper and bamboo and connected by wood planks, set the new Guinness World Records of the longest parade float with 791.5 meters, according to local media.REUTERS/Stringer
Chandra Bahadur Dangi, 72, poses for a picture with his certificates after being announced as the world's shortest man living, as well as shortest person ever measured by the Guinness World Records, in Kathmandu February 26, 2012. Dangi was measured at 21.5 inches (54.60cm) by the Guinness World Record, beating former record holder Junrey Balawing of the Philippines, who stands at a height of 23.5 inches (60 cm).Reuters
Trainer Robert Mistler (C) boosts cyclist Robert Marchand of France (L) next to trainer Magali Humbert-Perret during his attempt to set a world record for cycling non-stop for one hour, in the over 100- year old category, at the Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) velodrome in Aigle on 17 February 2012. Marchand cycled 24.251 km (15 miles) around the 200 metre indoor track to set the record.REUTERS/Denis Balibouse
Chris "The Duchess" Walton shows off her Guinness world record holding fingernails outside the New York Public Library in New York on 14 September 2011. Her nails measure 10 feet 2 inches on her left hand and 9 feet 7 inches on her right hand that she has been growing for 18 years.REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton
The steepest roller coaster made from steel is the Takabisha ride, which has an inclination of 121 degrees over 3.4 m (11 ft 1.86 in) and was unveiled at Fujikyu Highland Amusement Park (aka Fuji-Q Highland Amusement Park), in Fuji Yoshida-city, Japan, on 8 July 2011. According to the amusement park, the roller coaster is registered as the world steepest roller coaster in the Guinness World Records and cost about 3,000,000,000 Japanese Yen ($37, 000, 000) to build.REUTERS/Fujikyu Highland/Hando
Guinness World Record holder for the 'Most Pierced Man', Rolf Bucholz of Germany, poses showing some of his 453 piercings in Dortmund on 24 October 24, 2011.REUTERS/Ina Fassbender
Schoolchildren dressed as Santa Claus form the shape of a star ahead of Christmas celebrations at a school in the southern Indian city of Chennai on 10 December 2011. Some 1500 schoolchildren aged three to five formed the shape of a Christmas star in an attempt to make a maiden entry in the Guinness Book of World Records.REUTERS/Babu
Etibar Elchiyev poses with 50 metal spoons magnetized to his body during an attempt to break the Guinness World Record for "Most spoons on a human body" in Tbilisi on December 14 2011.REUTERS/David Mdzinarishvili
Estonia's strong man team pulls "Baltic Queen", a 21746 ton passenger ferry, in Tallinn on 20 May 2011. The athletes set a new world record for the heaviest weight pulled by manpower, organizers said.REUTERS/Ints Kalnins
Jewgenij Kuschnow of Austria poses for photographers while he sets a World Record in doing the splits between two cars for 36.48 seconds along during the Impossibility Challenger in Dachau, about 15 kilometres north of Munich on 30 March 2008.REUTERS/Michaela Rehle
Have you ever thought of creating a world record?
Definitely it is not a cakewalk and needs dedication and hard work to achieve one.
For example, a wedding dress worn by 17-year-old Romanian model Ema Dumitrescu has won the Guinness World Record for the longest wedding dress train on Tuesday.
The dress was 2,750 metres long, floated from a balloon over Romania's capital Bucharest.
There are several people out there finding out different ways to get to the no.1 spot.
For instance, Rolf Bucholz of Germany created a Guinness world record in 2011 for the 'Most Pierced Man' with 453 piercings all over his body. He did not achieve this overnight.
From the world's shortest man to the world's heaviest pulled weight by manpower, there are some weird and fascinating world records.
Click start to check out the pictures of wierdest world records.
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