If you don't, well, let's get you a crash course:
Every Friday, we'll pick a selection of five records recently approved by our in-house Records Management Team. We hope to share a selection of all sorts of records and also from everywhere around the world.
We'll give you a little background info and a photo of each and then, at the end of each story, ask you to cast a vote for your favorite. The winners from each week will be entered into an end-of-year bracket to determine the Fan Choice record of the year. Our 2013 winner was Annie Maria Bissoondial for the most rope skips in one hour. Please do read her truly inspirational story here.
But here at Guinness World Records, we're no Rustin Cohle - time is linear and we're moving forward! And so, to start off our 2014 competition, here are our first five record entrants, all of which happen to have a little winter theme.
LONGEST PAINTING BY AN INDIVIDUAL (pictured above)
That's not all: Painting is certainly a nice hobby to take up while trapped indoors for winter. Artist Singh, though, operates on a level way above hobby. It took him 38 days to complete the uninterrupted painting, which was displayed in serpentine fashion along the town's 2.2-mile 6th Street Park river bank. The painting features various still life and is named "The Transcendental."
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