One thing I can’t stand is women in make-up troweled faces.
Bet she’d scare the shit out of you in the morning without it on but, to get to the point: she’s got the biggest mouth in the world.
But I bet she can.….. (I’ll leave the rest to all you perverts out there. 🙂
Samantha Ramsdell, 31, from Stamford, Connecticut, has gone viral a handful of times thanks to her unique looks – with her mouth opening an incredible 2.56 inches.
Now, she has been recognised for breaking the Guinness record for world’s largest mouth gape of a female.
Samantha, a medical sales representative, told Guinness that she feels ‘great’ now her mouth is being celebrated – while it was once a huge insecurity.
‘Being 31 and being able to get a record for something that really I was so insecure about, something that I wanted to keep so small, it’s great because now it’s like one of the biggest, best things about me,’ she explained.
‘If I had advice for anyone who had a large body part, or something really unique, and they wanted to go for the Guinness World Records title, I would say do it!
‘Do it proud and make it your biggest asset. It’s your superpower. It is the thing that makes you special and different from everyone else walking around.’
Samantha originally started her social media accounts to show off her performance skills – never knowing that her facial feature would attract such attention.
In 2019, Samantha only had around 300 hundred followers on social media, but she now has a whopping 1.7 million dedicated fans on TikTok (@samramsdell5).
Samantha (pictured, left and right) says if she has advice for anyone who has a large body part and they want to go for the Guinness World Records title, just ‘do it!’
‘I lost over 50 pounds two years ago and regained a ton of my confidence back,’ Samantha previously said in November 2020.
‘I started taking singing lessons, then posting my singing videos on Instagram. I fell in love with improv and comedy, and started posting more of that on social media too.
‘I made a TikTok account in fall 2019, but didn’t start really consistently posting until Covid hit around April 2020.
‘I started growing popularity over lockdown, I’d make a lot of funny face videos, comedy skits and singing parodies. But any video involving my mouth and the faces I can make always went crazy viral.’