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by Helen Exley
Author: Helen Exley
Publisher: Helen Exley Giftbooks (September 25, 1996)
Category: Humour and Entertainment
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People do crazy things all the time. Some of them are so insane and extraordinary that they qualify for a place in the Guinness World Records. Ever since that, people have been trying to prove that they can do something that others can’t. Would you dare to do any of these? The Piercing Man. Rolf Buchholz from Germany made a world record in the year of 2010, by presenting himself with 453 body piercings.
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