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15 October 2010

Weird body facts quiz answers

Weird and wacky people's quiz answer

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  1. A 38-year-old New Yorker, Jonah Falcon, has a willy that measures 24.13cm flaccid, and 34.29cm erect

     
     
  2. Ask Manuel Uribe, who at one time weighed more than 544.3 kilos before dropping off 240.4 kilos, he now weighs 303.9 kilos.


     
  3. Yao Defen is claimed to be the tallest living female at 2,34m. We should introduce her to Leonid Ivanovyc Stadnyk, from Ukraïne, who at 2.59m is said to be the tallest man.

         
     
  4. Kenadie Jourdin-Bromley – isknown around the world as “the littlest angel. Only 78.7cm tall at age 6, she makes a cute match for Khagendra Thapa Magar from Nepal, said to be the smallest man, at 67.08 cm.

         
     
  5. That same Mr Stadnyk from Question 3 above has the biggest palm in the world – it is 31cm long.


     
  6. The smallest waistline in the world is reportedly 38.1cm. It belongs to Kati Djang.


     
  7. Devendra Harne (India) is said to have the most: he has 25 in total: 12 fingers and 13 toes as a result of the condition polydactylism.


     
  8. Svetlana Pankratova, reportedly owns the longest legs in the world, which stretch to 132cm.


  9. US citizen Wesley Pemberton makes a campaign of this, and he claims his longest leg hair is 16.51 cm. Super.

           (Zaakirah Rossier/ August 2010)

 
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