WOW! If you're a regular user of the social media site TikTok, you might recognize Samantha Ramsdell, who is proudly showing off her award-winning triple extra-large mouth.

Fellow TikTock users were convinced she had a world record mouth after seeing her stretch it in one of her videos and encouraged her to go after the record, and that's exactly what she did. So get ready, Guinness Book of World Records, because here comes Sam.

If Ramsdell was serious about going for the record, she had to have official documentation regarding the size of her mouth. Check this out!

Sam Ramsdell - YouTube Video Photo by Guinness Book

She set up an appointment with her dentist in South Norwalk who used digital calipers to calculate the length and width of Sam’s mouth to determine its maximum stretch.

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A Guinness Book of World Records adjudicator was on hand at her dentist to confirm the final record-breaking number. Sam's mouth wide open measured 2.56 inches, a new world record!

Samantha is quite the celebrity inside the world of TikTok with 1.7 million fans. She used to be embarrassed by her massive mouth because as she was growing up, idiot kids used to make fun of her by calling her "big mouth bass." Some of the things that fit in her mouth are a large order of french fries, one apple, wine glass, and she's able to bite through four-single stacked cheeseburgers. See for yourself.

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