Talk about an offensive offensive. In less than 24 hours, two Guinness Book of World Records records have fallen to German forces during a surprise fall offensive that no one had expected or can explain or could care all that much about really.

Not only has an old crooked German church steeple knocked the leaning tower of Pisa from the Guinness book of Records as the world’s most leaning building (we all know that they did this with tunnels or mirrors or both), several divisions of German Cha Cha dancers, 40,000 in all at 300 participating dancing schools, have set a new world record for synchronal dancing.

These elite and deadly boring Tanzfreunde (friends of the dance) somehow managed to dance together six minutes straight while steadily repeating the same four steps again and again and again. The problem was getting them to stop once the six minutes were up. And although the official announcement has yet to be officially announced, everybody knows that they won already and we can only wonder what the next diabolical world record is going to be tomorrow so run for your lives we’re all going to die.

Why these two world records? And why now?

Eins, zwei, Cha-Cha-Cha.

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