Michigan Boy Tries 'Wrapping' Into History

A Michigan boy wants to wrap his way into the Guinness World Records. Seven-year-old Jake Lonsway rolled together a giant ball of plastic wrap. At the last weigh-in, it hit 281.5 pounds. This is Lonsway's latest effort to break a record. He joined an attempt to have the most people wearing Groucho Marx glasses.

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A Michigan boy wants to wrap his way into a Guinness World Record. That's not R-A-P, but W-R-A-P. Seven-year-old Jake Lonsway rolled together a giant ball of plastic wrap. At the last weigh-in it hit 281.5 pounds. This is Mr. Lonsway's latest effort to break a record. He joined in an attempt to have the most people in one place wearing Groucho Marx glasses.

Well, that's the most ridiculous thing I've ever heard.

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