Colorado has set the tone for a lot of things, including setting numerous weird Guinness world records. These are just a few of Colorado's weirdest world records.
Colorado is a wonderfully weird place and it only seems fitting that the world records would be just as wonderfully weird. From dog weddings to fake mustaches, it's time to get weird.
The biggest dog wedding ceremony was in 2007 in Littleton. 178 pairs of pups attended. Although the marriage isn't legally binding, it is legally adorable and set the world record.
This mama in Englewood deserves the best Mother's Day presents for the rest of her life. She gave birth to a world record in 2003, well a few. She holds the world record for giving birthing to the heaviest triplets, with a combined weight of over 22 lbs. My body hurts just thinking about it.
The biggest and stickiest ball ever was made in Longmont in 2016. This ball was entirely made up of stickers and weighed over 230 lbs. The ball was made for the first National Sticker Day.
This world record is just one of many examples of Colorado's true strength. The world record for most two finger pulls in one minute is 32. The record was set in 2016 in Golden and I can barely do a pull up with all fingers.
The biggest flock of fake mustaches was at Mile High during a Broncos game in 2015. 6,471 people rocked fake, orange mustaches setting one of the weirdest world records. Colorado's got spirit -- and a sense of humor.