Take a look at this!
One-hundred and forty five people all water skiing at once in Australia!
They set a new world record for the most people being pulled behind a boat.
Skiers stayed up on their skis for a full nautical mile.
Nine skiers fell, but they still beat the previous record of one hundred and fourteen people skiing at once.
The Guinness world records still has to certify the results.
You're looking at the longest married couple in the United States.
Wilbur and Theresa Faiss have been married for seventy-eight years.
Their oldest son bob entered them into a contest sponsored by the faith-based group, worldwide marriage encounter.
Even the president offered to mention the marriage in his recent speech in Nevada.
Unfortunately Wilbur says that he moves a lot slower than he used to-he's over one hundred years old.
So they didn't make it to the speech in time and the president couldn't mention them.
Well, here's an entirely different kind of a marriage.
This woman got married to a building!
Babylonia Aivaz says her love will never die for an old crumbling warehouse in Seattle.
Surrounded by friends and singing of love they united on a Sunday afternoon.
The building is set to be demolished to make way for a new apartment complex.
Aivaz says her marriage is taking a stand against gentrification.
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