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Students Make a 51-Foot Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandwich

Sound nuts?

Students in California made a 51-foot peanut butter and jelly sandwich Wednesday — or National Peanut Butter and Jelly Day to some.

In two minutes and 35 seconds, ten students from Escondido Charter High School built the enormous sandwich out of 30 pounds of creamy peanut butter, 16 40-ounce jars of jelly, and 25 two-foot loaves of bread, U-T San Diego and San Diego 6 report. A local dairy company donated milk to wash it down.

The students were trying to set a Guinness World Record for longest peanut butter and jelly sandwich, according to CBS 8.

And in case you were wondering where you could get a bite, don’t bother: the students have already eaten all of it.


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