• Canadian female action sports star Jolene Van Vugt makes a pass on her way to setting a new land speed Guiness World Record for a motorized toilet in Sydney on May 2, 2012. After a few technical issues with the toilet Van Vugt beat the existing record of 68 km/h by 7 km/h, after completing the stunt in both directions with an average of the two speeds taken to give her the new world record. AFP PHOTO / Greg WOODGREG WOOD/AFP/GettyImages
  • Canadian female action sports star Jolene Van Vugt (C) plays up to the waiting media as her support crew make some last minute adjustments prior to her setting a new land speed Guiness World Record for a motorized toilet in Sydney on May 2, 2012. After a few technical issues with the toilet Van Vugt beat the existing record of 68 km/h by 7 km/h, after completing the stunt in both directions with an average of the two speeds taken to give her the new world record. AFP PHOTO / Greg WOODGREG WOOD/AFP/GettyImages
  • Canadian female action sports star Jolene Van Vugt prepares to speak to the media after setting a new land speed Guiness World Record for a motorized toilet in Sydney on May 2, 2012. After a few technical issues with the toilet Van Vugt beat the existing record of 68 km/h by 7 km/h, after completing the stunt in both directions with an average of the two speeds taken to give her the new world record. AFP PHOTO / Greg WOODGREG WOOD/AFP/GettyImages
  • Canadian female action sports star Jolene Van Vugt speaks to the media prior to setting a new land speed Guiness World Record for a motorized toilet in Sydney on May 2, 2012. After a few technical issues with the toilet Van Vugt beat the existing record of 68 km/h by 7 km/h, after completing the stunt in both directions with an average of the two speeds taken to give her the new world record. AFP PHOTO / Greg WOODGREG WOOD/AFP/GettyImages


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    Ever wonder why the Guinness Book of World Records is so darn big? We're not exactly experts on the ins and outs of officially recognized feats, but we'd have to say it's because the organization will put its stamp of approval on just about anything imaginable. Like, for instance, the top speed of a toilet.

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