A freshman at the Georgia Institute of Technology cracked the Guinness World Record for "Most Eggs Crushed With The Head" when he smashed 142 eggs in one minute.
Scott Damerow, from Corpus Christi, Tex., appeared on truTV's "Guinness World Records Gone Wild" in March, where he broke the previous record of 130 eggs, Caller.com reported.
In the video, Damerow rhythmically moves down a table, breaking each shell as a live audience cheers him on. The former high school soccer star had always wanted a spot in the Guinness Book of World Records.
"I'm used to heading soccer balls in," he told truTV. "I figured I might as well use my hard head to break a world record."
But egg-cracking is not for the soft-skulled.
“My head felt pretty numb after that,” Damerow said afterwords. “I didn’t even realize I got cut by an egg shell because I had so much adrenaline.”
Egg-crushing world records have been set with hands, wrists, and more unlikely body parts. In 2009, a man in Italy crushed 49 eggs with his toes in one minute.