If records are made to be broken, now is the time: It's Guinness World Records Day.
2015 marks the 11th year of the event, which annually takes place during the second week of November.
Guinness World Records officials estimate that 650,000 people are attempting to earn their way into the record books this year.
But not all record breakers are human. Otto the Skateboarding Bulldog set a record in Lima, Peru, for "longest human tunnel travelled through by a dog skateboarder."
Otto doggedly rode through the legs of 30 people on his roll to glory.
Meanwhile, Japan's Kenichi Ito scampered into the record books by reclaiming his record for the "fastest 100 meter running on all fours" (by a human).
Ito shaved 0.15 seconds off his previous record of 15.86 seconds for a new mark of 15.71 seconds.
The Harlem Globetrotters may have scored an unofficial record for "sports that set the most world records in one day."
Globetrotter players established seven new Guinness World Records titles at Talking Stick Resort Arena in Phoenix, Arizona, including "farthest kneeling basketball shot made backwards" (60 feet, 7.5 inches), "longest basketball shot made blindfolded" (69 feet, 6 inches) and "farthest blindfold basketball hook shot" (50 feet, 3.5 inches).
But while records are made to be broken, some might make you wonder why they were attempted in the first place.
Benedikt Mordstein of Freising, Germany, set a record for "fastest time to type a text message on a mobile phone while performing head spins."
Some of the wackiest records set today include the following: