"That's 4 Days and 5 Hours": Man and His Oyinbo Wife Make History, Speak on Phone for 101 Hours

"That's 4 Days and 5 Hours": Man and His Oyinbo Wife Make History, Speak on Phone for 101 Hours

  • A Nigerian man and his white wife did the incredible by having a phone conversation for more than 101 hours at a stretch.
  • Announcing their feat with a shred of evidence, the couple boasted that they have broken the Guinness World Record for the longest call by a couple.
  • The couple's stunning feat sent social media users into a frenzy, as many wondered how they did it.

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An interracial couple has laid claim to breaking the Guinness World Record for the longest call period by a couple after they spoke on the phone non-stop for over 101 hours.

The couple, a Nigerian named Cyprian and a white lady named Sarah, made the announcement via their TikTok page.

Couple, Cyprian and Sarah, call-a-thon, 101 hours
The couple spoke on the phone for over 101 hours. Photo Credit: @cyprianandsarah
Source: UGC

Showcasing video screengrabs from the calls, the couple tagged it a 'call-a-thon' and noted that it lasted exactly 101 hours, 15 minutes, and 40 seconds, translating to four days and five hours.

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It is not clear if their long call was a deliberate attempt to enter the Guinness World Record book," but they sure did bask in the euphoria of it.

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The excited couple stated that long distance was not for the weak.

According to GWR, the longest telephone or video conversation record for a team of two is shared between Latvians Kristaps Štãls, who was paired with Patriks Zvaigzne, and Leonids Romanovs, who was paired with Tatjana Fjodorova.

The pairs spoke for 54 hours and four minutes and discussed various topics, including the" mind power and social dynamics.

Watch the video below:

Cyprian and Sarah's feat got netizens talking

Sharon Osa said:

"Did u use ur phone, fry egg??"

Thelma Bilson said:

"So true I’m in some eeh, and to be very honest with you, it’s difficult and not for the weak."

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NO FAKE LIFE said:

"Una nor Dey sleep guy how did u do it 10min call mouth Dey pain me."

ATARAH said:

"AhhhYou need to apply for Guinness world records ooo."

dessybaby05 said:

"Long distance relationship. I swear we stay on call for hours."

Jennifer said:

"By now, you don pass Hilda ooo."

Beligha said:

"If na audio call 1 hour na like 9mb+, so 101 hours should be 900 MB."

Melunga said:

"Am surely breaking Thai record soon with my man. Love you, guys."

gbolamu said:

"How data no de finish mid-call abeg? Or nah, terabyte you do?? How many gig is that call??"

GWR approves Nigerian painter's record attempt

Meanwhile, Yen.com.gh previously reported that a talented Nigerian painter, Oyinlola, expressed her joy after Guinness World Records approved her application to break the record for the most extended painting session. The lady explained that the task would begin on Saturday, October 28, through Monday, October 30.

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In her words, it was "an incredible journey of creativity." Oyinlola invited Nigerians to join her in her mission to uphold their nation's honor. Additionally, the painter stated that she would look for funding for the occasion.

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