Michigan High School Builds World's Largest Toilet-Paper Pyramid

Bullock Creek High School's robotics team used 27,000 rolls of toilet paper to construct the world's largest T.P. pyramid.

The school, located in Midland, MI, stacked the T.P. to a height of 16 feet, 3-5/8 inches, which bested the previous record by over two feet. The school is now selling the record-setting rolls to raise money for the robotics team's activities fund.

Senior Maxton Herst said he first came up with the toilet paper pyramid idea four years ago:

"The idea came up somehow and we kinda looked up and saw it and said that wouldn't be that hard," he said. "That was about four years ago. Took four years to convince the robotics team that it might be a good idea."

 
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