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Duff Book of World Records

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Duff Book of World Records
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Book Information
Author: Duff Beer
Genre: World records
First appearance: "Sweets and Sour Marge"

The Duff Book of World Records is a book released by Duff to help settle bar bets. There is also a television edition of the book hosted by Johnny Herelately.[1]

History of Springfield's record[edit]

Homer tries to apply for a world record by dancing and sticking his tongue out, playing a banjo with a snake, but instead he makes the townspeople form a human pyramid, forming a giant people ball and the fattest town in Springfield being 64.152 lb, forcing Marge to try to ban sugar.[2]

A young Homer attempted to bounce 500 times on his trampoline, where the Duff Book of World Records was there to record his jumps, but was pushed by Ned Flanders.[3]

Known records inside the book[edit]

  • Most Clothespins Clipped to Face and Neck: 116
  • Best Book You Have Ever Seen: Tom Clancy's Op-Center
  • World's Fattest Town: Springfield

Behind the Laughter[edit]

The book is an obvious parody of the Guinness Book of World Records.

Appearances[edit]

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