This video is incredible not only for the skill and patience it took to successfully set up 6,391 cereal-boxes, domino-style, at Long Beach Middle School in New York, but also for the sheer size and layout of the school's building where the stunt took place. I had to watch the video twice to try and figure out how the heck the building is laid out in such a way that these tipping boxes could run through their halls, turning corners this way and that, for 4 minutes — all on one floor. And honestly, it's going to take a third viewing.
Needless to say, Long Beach Middle School earned the Guinness World Record for "Most cereal boxes toppled in a domino fashion." After their win, which took place on May 26, they donated the thousands of boxes of Cocoa Puffs, Fruity Pebbles, Lucky Charms, and many other popular cereal brands to local food pantries, which was their original intention before deciding to also compete for the World Record.