Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Where's Wally?

The Street Performance World Championships organized the event in an attempt to break the Guinness World Record for the most number of Wallies in one location.

A total of 3,657 people showed up at Merrion Square in Dublin over the weekend, all wearing the immediately recognizable dark-rimmed glasses and red-and-white striped outfits.

The crowds jumped and cheered as they tried to break the record and they refused to let the bad weather dampen their spirits when it started to rain.

Video News of Irish Independent → There's Wally

That scene was just like "The Land of Wallies"!!

"Where's Wally?" was created by British illustrator Martin Handford and the first book was published in 1987.

The book consists of dozens of people in a certain situation and readers try to find Wally among the crowds.

He is more commonly known as "Where's Waldo?" in America and Canada.

1 comment:

  1. You mother flipper, there is no wally in that scene. Cordially yours Wally enthusiast.