The rules are simple: Have someone drop
or throw a grape to you from as far away as possible and catch it in your mouth.
If you are out for the world record make sure you have
walkie-talkies so you can communicate.
On July 07, 1985 a red grape was dropped from the
38-story 520 foot 5 inch Shawmut Bank right into the mouth of Paul Tavilla
launching him into grape catching fame.
In 1991 Paul Tavilla was at it again, this time with
professional grape thrower, James Dedy, assisting him.
James Dedy threw a grape a far as he could and when it
finally landed in Paul's mouth it had covered 327 feet 6 inches or 99.82 meters,
this time setting the record for longest grape catch on level ground.
In case you don't have any talented grape tossers to help you
then Camilo Antonio Mendez's record may be easier to tackle.
Camilo Antonio Mendez threw a grape and caught
it himself after it had covered 39 feet 6 inches or 12.05 meters giving him the
solo grape catching crown.
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