Records challenged in Hawaii include most Spam consumed in 12 minutes; most tandem butt kicks in one minute; fastest lava sled ride; most coconuts caught in a bucket in one minute; and most phone books ripped in one minute.
Records challenged in Louisiana (two weeks before Hurricane Katrina hit) include most jalapeños eaten in one minute without drinking liquid; fastest four-man keg roll; fastest 100-meter dash on trampolines; most oysters eaten in 10 minutes; and world's fastest hearse.
Records challenged in Florida include most squibs set off on the human body; most bras unhooked in 30 seconds; fastest time to put 10 rolls of tape on a head; most clothes worn by one person at one time. Also: bed racing and breast-implant juggling.
Records challenged in Virginia include fastest time to drink a 14-ounce bottle of ketchup; fastest time to open 100 beer bottles; most single drum strokes in one minute; most potatoes launched in three minutes; furthest pudding plonking; most creamed corn consumed and then riding an amusement-park ride without vomiting; and world's fastest living room.
Records challenged in New Mexico include furthest spaghetti nose blow; most rump jumps in one minute; most spitballs taken to the face in one minute; world's largest dodgeball game; and most doughnuts eaten in a car doing doughnuts. Also: fastest foot sandwich; fastest butt-boarding relay; and fastest time to drink 80 ounces of slushy.
Records challenged in New York include most guitars smashed in one minute; furthest pizza toss and catch; most worms eaten in 30 seconds; fastest office chair; and fastest time to run the bases. Also: the world's first-ever hearse jump.