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Sixteen-year-old Singaporean student Ang Chuang Yang broke the Guinness World Record for the shortest time needed to type a 160-character SMS message on Sunday after whizzing through the task in less than 42 seconds.

The SMS message he typed was, "The razor-toothed piranhas of the genera Serrasalmus and Pygocentrus are the most ferocious freshwater fish in the world. In reality they seldom attack a human."

I tried it and it took me two minutes and ten seconds! I guess I wont be joining any SMS speed-typing competitions any time soon...

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  1. I tried typing the SMS again, this time I'm down to 89 seconds! Yaayyy

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  2. My friend challenged me to this. I got 58 seconds! Yippee. Still 16 seconds longer than the record holder. Maybe the dictionary mode can help me wit this. Haha!

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  3. Wow 58 seconds! Thats fast! Cana buleh kamu taip laju atu ah??Apparently dictionary mode not allowed in the competition heheh

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  4. Hey bro, just asking, who's living is it ? is it yours? I like it coz it's so high...

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  5. Its not my house bro. Its the same house as this.

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  6. I tried. 1 min 30 secs. Kalah~

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