Some strings are used to fasten stuff, some for music, some for making a string phone, and some for whirling pebbles at passers-by. But there are some strings that do not have to be in such states of high tension. All they have to do is explore narrow caves and trenches, and finally come out to see the daylight.
Justin Therrien (USA) is the man known for inserting a 77.79 m (255 ft 2 in) long string through his nose and getting it out of his mouth. He achieved this feat in 1 minute, on May 15, 2012.