If there is a Guinness World Record that makes you shake your head and roll your eyes, you can bet the Garden State has something to do with it.

New Jersey has had it's share of Guinness Book of World Records acknowledgements. Here are some you may have heard of.

Number of cobs on a cornstalk. (Philadelphia Inquirer)

Heaviest living athlete (nj.com)

Most bubblegum bubbles in one minute (nj.com)

But the one that really 'cut through' for me was this one. We have a record that would surprise most of the great dentists we have in the Garden State.

The record for The Oldest Person To Grow A New Tooth happened to Mount Arlington's Erna Kohane, who at 92 years and 144 days was confirmed to have a new tooth growing.

Who knew such a record even existed, but one thing is for sure. You had to know New Jersey had to have something to do with it.

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