The previous record of just over 32 hours was set in 2009 by a couple in Germany, according to Guinness World Records.
|Chaiyapol Sutthayon, left, kisses his wife, Chittakorn Sutthayon.|
"Can you go on?" he asked.
She soon answered by ending their embrace. Attendants swiftly sat the couple down and a nurse took Rojananawin's pulse.
The couples who took part were mainly Thai and ranged in age from 21 to 51. There was one German man with a Thai woman, and also a gay couple.
According to the rules, the lovebirds' lips could not part at any time. They were allowed to drink things like water, coffee, milk or juice — but only through straws while continuing to kiss. They also had to remain embraced during bathroom breaks possible every three hours — accompanied by contest monitors.
Participants also had to show proof they were either married or truly a couple — a letter from both parents or a marriage certificate was acceptable.