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February 08, 2024

AND THE SO-CALLED 'UNITED NATIONS' DOES NOTHING

Man who spent years building Eiffel Tower with 700K matchsticks may be denied world record for using wrong matches

(Thanks to Andrew Mendez, EricY and Doug in Paris)

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Since it's now not worth anything, can I light the top match?

My grandpa told me that a little planning can make a big difference. I guess he didn't get the same talk from his grandpa.

Is there a record for an Eiffel Tower replica built out of boogers and nose hair ? Asking for a friend.

Who could have imagined that the entire effort would have turned into a complete waste of time? Oh the hypocrisy!

So, Guinness is now an English beer and the company is based in London? I must have been imagining things when I thought I rode past the brewery in Dublin, Ireland. Thanks for the solid reporting, NBC News!

So, now he has the record for building an Eiffel Tower with non-commercially available matchsticks.

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Marcel Marceau

Translated: "Zee tower, zee's no Eiffel. Barbecue poulet, everyone."

Poulet Surprise

The French and English never did get along.

Breaking news: Guinness changed its mind.
https://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-68256029

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