Indian artist Prakash Chandra Upadhyay, who is a micro-sculptor, claimed Thursday that he has set the world record for making the world's tiniest pencil. The little piece of art is 5mm long and 0.5mm wide. It is made from one piece of wood and has a graphite rod that is able to write. Upadhyay painted his creation red and black and he can only use the pencil with a pair of tongs.
People thought it was cool, but then they were also sort of confused:
Creating something different is really a God given gift..God bless! But how are we supposed to use that uniqueness!?— B.Sharon (@BSharan1) February 24, 2018
What is this? A pencil for ants?— ikki 💞💥 (@ikki05) February 24, 2018
On another note, congratulations for setting world record.
H/T: NBC 2