Posted onNovember 16, 2023|Comments Off on Dad puts on 260 t-shirts after son asks him if he can set a record
The most t-shirts worn at once is 260, and was achieved by Ted Hastings (Canada) in Kitchener, Ontario, Canada, on 17 February 2019.
The idea came after Ted was looking through Guinness World Records 2019 with his children, Avery, 14, and William, 11, when his young son asked him whether he could set an official Guinness World Records title.
Seeing this as a great opportunity to teach his children an important lesson about hard work, commitment, and follow through, Ted replied optimistically and set out to transform this idea into a reality.
Ted wore shirts ranging from medium up to 20X to break the Guinness World Records title, and hoped to raise money for a school playground.
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An elementary school teacher in Florida posted that her school was having a college colors day. One of her students told her he wanted to wear a University of Tennessee tee but didn’t have one. They discussed that he could wear an orange shirt to show his spirit. He told her every day leading up to it that he had an orange shirt that he was going to wear. So when the day finally arrived, he was SO EXCITED to show the teacher his shirt.
He took it to the next level and drew a design and taped it to his tee. He was so proud of his tee but, after lunch, the teacher noticed he was crying. He said some girls at the lunch table next to his made fun of his homemade tee.
The teacher wanted to get the student his own Vols tee and posted her story to see if anyone had connections to the University of Tennessee.
Well…. word got back to UTenn and they went above and beyond! They sent him a whole pack of Vols gear — tees, bracelets, water bottles, foam fingers, and more!
They even converted the student’s design into a tee and are donating a portion of the proceeds to the STOMP Out Bullying campaign.
(The shirt is at www.utvolshop.com — search for SKU #09216 — but the web site is getting a LOT of traffic and might be down or really slow.)
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“In a way, I think this is the way sports should be…”
At a Gainesville, Texas, juvenile correction facility for felony offenders, one of the few perks, for very good behavior, is a chance to leave the prison a few times a year to play basketball. Steve Hartman reports on the surprise awaiting the Gainesville Tornadoes, who usually have no cheering fans, when they visited Vanguard College Prep in Waco.