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18-year-old Japanese sets record for fastest 100 meters on all fours

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My little kitty can annihilate his record.

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As pointless as that may be, 15 seconds is actually pretty bloody quick. Perhaps a job as a fireman or something like that should be on the cards for this lad, or maybe a crossfit instructor.

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Somewhere between the headline and the article body, it was his birthday.

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"My little kitty can annihilate his record"

Har! So can almost any kitty!

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Why?

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The Guinness World Record Book of records never seizes to amaze. Some of the peculiar feats are mind-boggling.

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That's actually really fast.

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I hope somebody tries this Exorcist style

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Why not?? It is an official world record now! So these blokes can go off to their local pub or izakaya and BRAG about all they want! Congrats!!

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Perhaps a job as a fireman or something

yes i like that , I know a lot of the movies these days are CG but maybe a part in one of the "ape" movies that require a morphing humanoid

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I saw this on TV. Quite impressive, actually. Looked like a bunch of chimps.

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Top dog

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Congrats! Give him a biscuit!

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wow another pointless record, Guiness Book is now filled with them. I guess he got a pat on the head for that

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Actually this was rather impressive to me on the news. The photo didn't show the other runners in the race. He blew them off the track.

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FishForest

Somewhere between the headline and the article body, it was his birthday.

Expect his bid for world's oldest man very soon

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Getting in touch with his primate instincts?

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I guess everything in Japan IS fast like the Shinkansen. In the rest of the world, fame lasts 15 minutes, not 15 seconds.

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