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The world's tallest and shortest men came face to shin Thursday to celebrate the 10th annual Guinness World Records Day, as people across the globe set several wacky new benchmarks.Turkey's Sultan Kosen, who stands 2.51 meters tall, met with Chandra Bahadur Dangi from Nepal, who measures just 55 centimeters.In Japan, 19-year-old Katsumi Tamakoshi set a new record for the fastest 100 meters on all fours, finishing in 15.86 seconds.The record for the highest number people eating breakfast in bed went to 388 people at Shanghai's Pudong Shangri-La hotel, spread across 202 beds in the hotel's Grand Ballroom.In London, 373 people have waddled their way to a new record for the largest gathering of people dressed as penguins.U.S. fashion house Kenneth Cole set a record for the world's largest high-heeled shoe, at 1.85 meters tall.
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