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Facebook post attracts 1 mn comments

A Guinness World Record was broken this week on Facebook by Zynga's popular game FrontierVille after fans of the app posted a record number of comments on a single post by a UK woman. Read on to the know the total number of comments!

| Updated on: Feb 01 2012, 18:22 IST

On January 31 Facebook fans of the online game Frontierville, from makers of the CityVille game Zynga, broke a Guinness World Record for the most comments on a single post.

In total the post made on October 30, 2011 by UK-based user Tracy Hodgson on the specially created page Ffgpioneers/gwr/attempt, open to fans of the game, had attracted 1,001,552 comments by January 31, 2012, making it the first-ever post to attract more than one million comments.

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The 1,001,552 comments on Tracy's post were made by a total of 107 Frontierville fans and the tally almost doubles the previous record for comments on a post, which was set by Italy's Robert Esposito in 2011.

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Speaking to Guinnessworldrecords.com, record breaker Tracy stated 'My friend Nattie Murphy saw the previous record and suggested I try to break it -- it sounded like a great idea for our group [a Frontierville community group] to show what we are capable of when we work together.'

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First Published Date: 01 Feb, 18:07 IST