Datu Puti Makes History As They Set A Guinness World Record

Can you guess what the title is?

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On January 24, Datu Puti set a new Guinness World Record title for the most people dipping food into vinegar online simultaneously. For this to happen, Datu Puti hosted a large-scale Zoom meeting called the "Datu Puti Mukhasim Nation World Record Day."

The Datu Puti Mukhasim Nation World Record Day was attended by nearly 200 participants who all helped attempt to set this new Guinness World Records title. 

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All the participants simultaneously dipped their choice of food in Datu Puti's vinegar, then showed their "Mukhasim" (mukha + asim) reaction on camera. The participants used different types of vinegar from Datu Puti's vinegar line: Datu Puti Sukang Sinamak, Datu Puti Sukang Iloko, Datu Puti Sukang Tagalog, Datu Puti Pinoy Spice, and the classic Datu Puti White Vinegar.

Guinness World Records official adjudicator Brian Sobel and six other independent witnesses were present during the online event to monitor and check that the guidelines were followed.

"After a thorough review of all the footage from the Datu Puti Mukhasim Nation World Record Day, which took place on January 24, I am very happy and proud to announce that you have managed to set a new Guinness World Records™ title of the most people dipping food into vinegar online simultaneously. I congratulate Datu Puti and all the Ka-Datus for this 'officially amazing' feat. I hope that this new record will not only make Datu Puti and the Ka-Datu's proud of their achievement, but also help inspire more people in your country and all over the world to explore their own limitless possibilities," said Sobel.

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