British Man Breaks M&M Stacking Record While eating M&Ms recently, Will Cutbill tried stacking them on top of each other. He became determined to break the Guinness record. Hours later he did it by stacking five M&Ms.

British Man Breaks M&M Stacking Record

British Man Breaks M&M Stacking Record

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While eating M&Ms recently, Will Cutbill tried stacking them on top of each other. He became determined to break the Guinness record. Hours later he did it by stacking five M&Ms.

NOEL KING, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Noel King. Quarantine boredom was very real for a long time. Will Cutbill knew the feeling. One day, he was eating M&M's, and he tried stacking them on top of each other. He became determined to break the Guinness World Record. Hours later, he did it. He stacked five M&M's. Will told Birmingham Live he's not usually like this, and he's glad the weather is nice and the bars are back open. It's MORNING EDITION.

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