Shanghai guiness

We all remember the video that had a big buzz on the net: the association of a famous candy mint and a bottle of soda geyser resulted in an incredible …

English: Macro photograph of coca-cola bubbles...

English: Macro photograph of coca-cola bubbles. Deutsch: Makro-Fotografie von Coca-Cola-Bläschen. Japanese: コカ・コーラの泡のマクロ写真。 (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Well voila 2.175 Chinese students of Changchun University in northeast China have decided to break the record for the largest fountain coca existing using the same method. June 6, 2010, these students are all together on campus, dressed head to foot in yellow and blue ponchos laminated and after a countdown, so have dropped the candy in small soft drink, causing 2.175 geysers. The record was set by the Guinness himself.

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