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You probably didn't know there was a world record to beat for the largest free-floating indoor soap bubble (that's a mouth full!), but there most definitely was. Graeme Denton from Adelaide, Australia took two 13-foot fishing poles, a long piece of string, and dipped it into his "secret bubble recipe." His bubble amounted to almost 65-feet, bursting the previous Guinness World Record of over 27-feet. No, he won't share his secret recipe with you...

Now, onto the guys of TGFbro and their next crazy idea. They are going to make an insanely large bouncy ball out of gelatin and throw it from a tall building. Why? Because they can! 

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