Somewhere in Pittsboro, dogs are losing their minds.

Walker Harnden of Pittsboro, a 19-year-old UNC School of Arts sophomore, broke the Guinness World Record for the highest note ever whistled. Harnden killed a cocker spaniel and broke someone’s monocle back in November when he hit a B7, the note just below the high C on a piano. The feat was reported this week by the Raleigh News & Observer.

According to the N&O, the previous record for highest note whistled was held by Jennifer Davies of Canada, who whistled the second E above middle C at the Impossibility Games in Dachau, Germany, on Nov. 6, 2006. She still holds the record, from that same event, for lowest note whistled: the F below middle C.

The video above may not amaze you, but apparently nobody else can do this.

The highest ever non-official note ever whistled was recorded by dees guys below.

CONSTRUCTION WORKERS EYEING UP LONG LEGGED GIRL AS SHE WALKS PAS

Advertisements