Man Slices Through 28 Plastic Bottles In One Swing For World Record

January 24, 2019

This is a video of bottled water's public enemy #1 Donovan Phillips slicing through 28 plastic bottles with a single knife swing to set the unofficial world record. And what a crowd turnout! That one guy is even paying attention. If I didn't know any better I'd swear this was at the Super Bowl. And I don't know any better, so where are all the funny commercials? "They don't play the commercials AT the game, they're only on television." Whaaaaat -- is that true? "Yes." I knew that. Is that for real true though?

Keep going for the whole video, complete with peacock strut.

Thanks to RD, who agrees ol' Donovan here is probably only a year or two of training away from 30 bottles.

  • Who is saying this is a world record? Unofficial or otherwise?

    Are there a list of rules to earning this record? Cuz if not I'm just gonna glue them down. I feel like I can do.... I dunno 7000 bottles maybe? Whenever I get tired of running with a knife in my hand.

  • Bling Nye

    Weird. I didn't know Spyderco did or sponsored this kind of thing. I've been a fan of Spyderco knives for years; I have a Sypderco Tasman Salt in my pocket every day. But this... this makes me reconsider a tiny bit...

  • Douchy McDouche

    Meanwhile in Africa...

  • Nicholas Conrad

    What, this is a thing? 29 doesn't seem like so many, call the Guinness guys.... Mmmmmmm how about call the ambulance guys instead....

  • 600k?

    What a real talent...

  • GeneralDisorder

    As much as I find blade-sports to be astonishing I also can't help but think how wasteful this sort of thing is.

  • Andyman7714

    I wouldn't want to be standing anywhere near that swing.

    NEW RECORD! 28 bottles and a bystander!

  • Munihausen

    The triumphant hand raise, the slow-mo - great clip.

  • Wooder

    How does one even practice for this? you start just grabbing water bottles at home and cutting them...

    His Wife: Honey have you seen the crate of water I bought yesterday...honey...WTF!

  • James Mcelroy

    I like the slow claps. I'm not sure they were intended to be slow claps, but they should been.

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