A woman with a four-inch tongue and another one with 10-foot fingernails are among entries in the 2012 edition of the Guinness Book of World Records.
Aevin Dugas, 36, from New Orleans, US, is also gets an entry for having grown the world’s largest natural afro.
She is the proud owner of the largest natural afro in the world – her massive head of hair has a circumference of 4ft 4in (1.32m).
Craig Lenday, Guinness World Records editor-in-chief said the book celebrates “the weirdest and wackiest” with this edition.
Rob Hull from Doncaster, UK, is also in the book for having 571 Daleks – despite not being a Doctor Who fan.
The 49 year-old Dalek collector, Rob Hull bought his first replica at the age of 29, and while he may not love the BBC sci-fi series, he says he became “enchanted” with them after seeing one in a toy shop.
The 2012 edition of the Guinness Book of world Records also has a new entry, the woman claiming the prestigious title of longest fingernails in the world.
Christine Walton from Las Vegas, US, has 10ft 2in (3.1m) fingernails on her left hand and a 9ft 7in (2.92m) on her right hand.
“I hate all the cleaning, but I do it. And the makeup, I only wear so much,” said Christine Walton, 45, who has also been working on a singing career while raising a family.
The previous record-holder, Lee Redmond from Salt Lake City, US, lost her nails in a car crash in 2009.
Reverend Darrell Best from Illinois, US, is a newcomer to the famous records book, having taken the title for the fastest wedding chapel after converting his 1940s fire truck into a wedding chapel on wheels.
The wedding chapel, which is entitled The Best Man, allows lovers to tie the knot while they are on the road and is capable of reaching speeds of 62 mph (about 100 km/h).
Chanel Taper, a student from California entered the 2012 edition of Guinness Book of World Records for having the longest tongue in the world, measuring 4 inches (about 10.16 cm).