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The World’s Largest Water Balloon Fight [Video]

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This video is sick! It took place last week and was set up by the Christian Student Fellowship; the world’s biggest, record-breaking water balloon fight was successfully held at the Johnson Center Field during the University of Kentucky’s K-Week. It included 175,141 brightly-colored water balloons and 8,957 people.

I don’t know where they got this many people or balloons from, or how long it took to fill all them up, but it looks insanely awesome and we should do that here in New York! Screw Fountain Day- let’s have a massive wall of death, water balloon fight party!

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