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M & M Chocolates Are Pictured For Sale On A Store Shelf In The Manhattan Borough Of New York City
M & M chocolates are pictured for sale on a store shelf in the Manhattan borough of New York City, New York, U.S. July 19, 2017. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri

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A man from Australia has broken Guinness World Record for making the tallest stack of M&M’s when he managed to stack six of the candies on top of one another. Brendan Kelbie, age 22, previously stacked four M&M’s in 2020, making him the joint holder of the title. But the record was broken in June 2021 when someone else stacked 5 M&M’s, and Kelbie then recaptured the title by stacking six M&M’s into a tower that stood for at least 10 seconds at his home in Queensland. He’s also broken other records, including most dice stacked into a tower in 30 seconds while blindfolded .