Morning Edition Returns: World Records It's not a routine summer for people determined to break world records. An American lecturer has been riding a roller coaster in Germany for four days. A Tennessee man won a trip to The Tonight Show for stuffing a record number of soda straws into his mouth. And a beauty therapist in Australia gave bikini waxes to 130 people in four hours.
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Morning Edition Returns: World Records

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Morning Edition Returns: World Records

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It's not a routine summer for people determined to break world records. An American lecturer has been riding a roller coaster in Germany for four days. A Tennessee man won a trip to The Tonight Show for stuffing a record number of soda straws into his mouth. And a beauty therapist in Australia gave bikini waxes to 130 people in four hours.