British Engineer Breaks Guinness World Record Title By Stacking 5 M&M’s

British engineer Breaks Guinness World Record Title by stacking 5 M&M’s

The 23-year-old Briton has long dreamed of getting into the Guinness Book of Records. And quarantine helped him make his dream come true.

When you want to get into the Guinness Book of Records, do not mind a few hours of free time. But how much perseverance and resistance to stress is needed to stack on top of each other 5 dragees that are barely sticking.

In your free time, you can watch TV or just look at the ceiling, or you can get into the Guinness Book of Records. 23-year-old Briton Will Cuthbill from Solihull has long dreamed of doing something worthy of this book, but only after the end of the COVID-19 pandemic in the UK, he decided to do it.

British Engineer Breaks Guinness World Record Title by stacking 5 M&M’s
Credit: Will Cutbill/Guinness World Records

The young man just bought M & M’s and decided to see the maximum number of pills he could stack on top of each other. Will then wondered if there was a world record in such an unusual discipline. It turned out that the largest number of sweets, from which it was possible to build a tower, was four.

The Briton had nothing to do, so for almost three hours, he filmed his attempts to collect 5 dragees in a pile. As a result, he managed to break the last record, and the name of the young man got into the Book of Records. According to the guy, it only seems like adding five M & M’s is very easy, but in fact, it turned out to be a very difficult task.

Will said that he tried to make a pyramid of 6 candies, but not a single attempt was successful. It’s scary to imagine how many hours will need to be spent by someone who dares to break the Briton’s record.

British engineer Breaks Guinness World Record Title by stacking 5 M&M’s