Singapore breaks speed dating world record

23-May-2020 08:05

Live music will be played by Cuban band Luna Negra while DJ Tuan Kruise and DJ Timmy Vegas will rock the house, together with dance performances by MTE group Record Breaking The whole speed dating process will be witnessed, verified, and recognized immediately by a GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS™ adjudicator at the event.This attempt is to break the current record for the largest speed dating event that consisted of 464 participants which was held in New Zealand on the 25 July 2013.“Paktor Speed Date Night is a great venue for Vietnamese singles to network, make friends, and possibly find their soul mates in a comfortable, lively atmosphere.This is also an once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for them to be part of a new GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS™ achievement and share the excitement with the world,” said Joseph Phua, Paktor’s founder and CEO.“Going on a date in search for your better half isn't something that just happens by itself; it's something you actively seek.The biggest amount of orgasms enjoyed by a woman in 1 hour ever recorded is a ***** shattering 134!8) The male gangbang world record goes to porn actor Jon Dough who worked himself over 55 women in one day. Actually, he was supposed to have had intercourse with at least 101 women, but he did the other 46 two weeks later.

The average speed of a city bus is 25 miles (40.22 km) per hour.

"This increase in speed will affect more people than ever, because for the first time in history the majority of the world's population are now living in urban centres." Professor Wiseman is worried by the rising need for speed.

The family is looking at having a team to manage his image and any potential commercial deals.

A multiple SEA Games winner, an Asian Games champion, a Commonwealth Games and World Championships medallist, Schooling was already on the radar of world swimming prior to Rio.

The world record for the longest continuous journey in a hydrogen car has been broken.

The average speed of a city bus is 25 miles (40.22 km) per hour.

"This increase in speed will affect more people than ever, because for the first time in history the majority of the world's population are now living in urban centres." Professor Wiseman is worried by the rising need for speed.

The family is looking at having a team to manage his image and any potential commercial deals.

A multiple SEA Games winner, an Asian Games champion, a Commonwealth Games and World Championships medallist, Schooling was already on the radar of world swimming prior to Rio.

The world record for the longest continuous journey in a hydrogen car has been broken.

At that time, it had been just five days since his win at the Rio Olympics made him the first Singaporean to earn an Olympic gold medal.