Have you ever wondered what kind of strange women are in the world? Well, you’ve come to the right place. Whether its women defying all odds and beating expectations or making very strange choices for their appearance, you’ll find plenty of examples in this list to satisfy your curiosity. Women from all over have achieved some bizarre feats, earning world records, making headlines, and stunning the general populace. On the other hand, others merely have genetic disorders they can’t do much about at all. Regardless of their situation, there’s little denying these women defy the norm. Here are 25 World’s Most Bizarre Women You’ll Ever See.
Lauren Williams has exceptionally long legs. Measuring at 49 inches (124.4 cm) long, she has the longest legs known to the United States.
Bethany Hamilton lost her entire arm to a shark attack while she was surfing. She, fortunately, survived the event and it didn’t stop her from going back out on the waves and keep surfing. She won a national surfing title in 2005 and has been an inspirational figure to many.
Aevin Dugas is the Guinness Book of World Records holder for a woman with the largest natural afro. It took her 12 years to grow; it’s 4 feet, 4 inches (1.2 meters, 10 cm).
Aimee Mullins is an accomplished model, athlete, and motivational speaker, but what makes her more incredible is that she does all this while being a double amputee. Running in the 1996 Paralympics in Atlanta, she set three world records.
Julia Gnuse has tattoos over 95% of her body. It started out as a way to cover up skin lesions and eventually became an obsession. She is also the Guinness Book of World Record holder for most tattooed woman.
Born with a rare genetic disorder called “Usher Syndrome,” Becca Meyers was born deaf and is slowly going blind. But she defied expectations and set two world records and won six medals at the 2014 Pan Pacific Para-Swimming Championships.
At the age of 22, Kristina Rei received the world’s biggest lips after getting 100 injections. Her hope was to look like Jessica Rabbit.
Called “The Queen of Swords,” Natasha Veruschka lives up to her name by being able to swallow 14 swords down her esophagus. She’s also a multiple Guinness Book of World records holder.
Sarah Massey could potentially have the largest rear end in the whole world. Her round derriere measures out to 7 feet wide (2.1 meters).
Ann and Claire Recht
Ann and Claire Recht hold the Guinness Book of World Records for tallest female twins. They both have a height of 6 feet, 7 inches (1.8 meters, 17.7 cm).
Natalia Partyka is a 23-year-old table tennis player born without a right hand or forearm. She won gold medals in the 2004 and 2008 Paralympics, and her first Olympic games were in Beijing.
Jyoti Amge holds the Guinness Book of World Record for World’s Smallest Woman. Born in India, she is only 2 feet (.6 meters) tall and has achondroplasia, a form of dwarfism.
Aneta Florcyzk is quite possibly the world’s strongest woman. She won the Guinness Book of the World Record for most people lifted and thrown in two minutes. She reached 12 people total.
Kim Goodman has some impressive eyeballs. She holds the Guinness Book of World Records for Farthest Eyeball Pop. They protrude 12 mm beyond her eye sockets.
It would probably be an understatement to say Anastasiya Shpagina is a fan of anime. Using make-up, she transforms her face to look exactly like an anime character. She’s grown quite a following on Facebook.
Chanel Tapper has one impressive tongue. Holding the Guinness Book of World Records for World’s Longest Tongue, Tapper’s tongue measures 3.9 inches (9.9 cm) long.
Supatra Sasuphan has thick hair growing over her face, arms, legs, and back because of the very rare Ambras Syndrome. Even laser hair treatment hasn’t worked to stop the hair growth. Because of it, she was inducted into the Guinness Book of World Records.
Asha Zulu Mandela
Asha Zulu Mandela has some of the longest hair you’ll ever see. It stretches out to 55 feet (16.7 meters) long and weighs 42 pounds (19 kg). She must have a very strong neck.
Christine Walton has the longest fingernails in the world. On her left hand, the nails stretch to 10 ft, 9 in (3 meters, 22.8 cm), and on her right hand, the nails go out to 9 ft, 7 in (2.7 meters, 17.7 cm). She insists they don’t prevent her from living a normal life.
Nicknamed “The Human Barbie,” Valeria Lukyanova has put all her focus on becoming a human doll. The amount of work done and make-up is chilling to look at.
Abigail and Brittany Hensel
They have the same arms, legs, body, and internal organs, but Abigail and Brittany Hensel are conjoined twins with two different heads. They graduated from a university and both work as teachers.
Pixee Fox is obsessed with plastic surgery. She’s spent roughly $107, 779 dollars on it. She had her ribs removed to have a tiny waist and had cosmetic surgery on her eyes to make them “cartoon green.”
Due to a rare and painful condition, Duangjay Samaksamam is a woman with the world’s largest hands. Her hands are so heavy, she can barely do simple tasks. The only solution would be to cut them off but she refuses to do it.
Julia Günthel, but better known as Zlata, is one of the most flexible women in the world, capable of contorting into unbelievable positions. Her ligaments are similar to babies and never hardened like they should have as she aged.
Lyudmila Titchenkova has Marfan syndrome, a rare genetic disorder that can affect the heart, joints, blood vessels, and bones. In Lyudmila Titchenkova’s case, the condition affected her spine, causing it bend and giving her the appearance of having a long neck.
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