MANCHESTER, Tennessee – Squish, with his two front baby teeth stowed away in a Tooth Fairy area, broke a Guinness Word Record at Bonnaroo, a festival almost twice as old as he may be.
The 7-year-old boy, whom Haim memorably brought in front of an audience 2013, came back to Bonnaroo this year and claimed the record for most high-fives in an hour with 2,392 on Friday, breaking the record of 2,181 high-fives set by Ram Kadam and V Generation in India in 2012.
A large number of people joined, lined up and, similar to an all around oiled machine, easily, but willingly gave high-fives to Squish, who stood on a stage on Friday on the grounds that every high-five was required to be performed above all participant’s heads.
— Bonnaroo (@Bonnaroo) June 13, 2015
At any given hour of the four-day music celebration, someone will raise his or her hand to high-five a fellow- festie. The event’s way of life set aside a few minutes for Squish to give the record a shot, a feast he didn’t take gently.
Squish prepared for this minute with his mother, Amy Spears, who has been recording his Bonnaroo experiences on social networking websites for a long time.
He and Team Squish fulfilled this objective fittingly on National High-Five Day.
— Festival Snobs (@FestivalSnobs) June 12, 2015
Squish and his mother got to be semi-well known Bonnaroo attendees in 2013 after they posted a funny video on YouTube requesting that the producers of festival to include Norwegian artist Bernhoft.
Consequently, Squish promised to shave his mother’s head. It all happened. Also, that same year, Squish bounced on the performing stage with Haim.
Squish received 2,392 high-fives in one hour