According to Matthews, about 107 people participated, which amounts to each participant posting an average of 9,358 comments since October. "I'm no spring chicken anymore and I really haven't done anything phenomenal," Matthews laughed, telling KXL TV that she helped the group accomplish the feat by posting two-letter words repeatedly.
"Once you get the rhythm, you can go pretty fast," Matthews told KXL TV, but what's next for the group? "We'll probably go back to playing our games," said Matthews. That is, of course, if the Guinness Book of World Records accepts their post as breaking the previous record. Between this and the Pokemon-loving Arnold family, we wonder if Guinness would accept our record for most crops harvested in FarmVille in a single hour.
[Via Huffington Post]
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