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April 7, 2019 / Posted by:

Carlos Silver, the two-time Guinness World Record failure!

We’ve all been there. We’ve spent 106 hours of our life yodeling our vocal cords raw to break the Guinness World Record, only to find out we fucked it all up. 51-year-old singer Carlos Silver of the Dominican Republic first tried to be the new King of Singing Continuously in 2016 when he made a play to beat the world record for singing non-stop. The Guinness World Record is currently held by Sunil Waghmare of India with 105 hours. Carlos failed to break that record in 2016, and so he went for it again last week, and once again the only thing he walked away with was a busted down immune system, tired vocal cords, and broken dreams.

Carlos began his journey to taking the world record last week when he began performing inside of a glass enclosure at Eugenio Maria de Hostos Park in Santo Domingo. Before he took the stage, his agent Franklin Toribio told EFE that he and his team prepared for months, and made the decision to have him perform in a glass box so that he wouldn’t inhale germs and get sick. There was also a medical team standing by at all times. Carlos also got Guinness to agree to him taking half-hour breaks every six hours instead of five minute breaks every hour. He also got to take a quick 30-second break between songs.

Toribio said that the rules of the challenge allow the artist to take 30-second breaks between songs, plus five minutes per each hour of music performed.

Guinness agreed to the team’s request to allow Silver to save up the allotted five minutes per hour to take 30-minute-long spells for sleeping, hygiene and eating, Toribio said.

“We are managing (time) based on what we see, medically speaking. There are times when he has felt very good and he has sung for 12 hours running,” the agent said.

On April 3, a busted down Carlos finished performing 5,000 songs after 106 hours and thought the record was his, but he thought wrong. UPI says that Guinness, who had two reps at the event, ruled that he didn’t beat the record because he broke the rules by taking two-minute breaks in between songs instead of 30-second breaks. Carlos would let out a “D’OH!” if he didn’t sing his sound-marking parts off!

The rules allow singers to take breaks of up to 30 seconds between songs, but video evidence from Silver’s attempt shows him taking breaks of up to two minutes.

So Carlos Silver thought he achieved a life dream of his, only to find out he didn’t because he’s LAZY! That sums up my life story, pretty much. And I don’t know if Carlos Silver is the HSOTD here. Maybe it’s the two reps from Guinness who knew Carlos Silver didn’t get the record when he first took a two-minute break instead of a 30-second one and just let him continue to suffer. They definitely won the title of The Coldest Guinness World Record Judges. I’m a fan.

Pic: elCaribe

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