Erin Ikenberry, left, got squirted by fellow UK junior Travis Spaulding, right, as they filled water balloons during a "filling party"  outside the Christian Student Fellowship building at corner of Columbia Avenue and Woodland Avenue in Lexington, Ky., Friday, August 26, 2011. They will be attempting a new World's Record tonight by having over 5000 people involved in a water balloon fight with more than 150,000 water balloons. Also in the photo on the left is Taylor Kuhn and Wes Horton. On the right is Rachel Hancock and Michael Rundell. Charles Bertram | Staff
Erin Ikenberry, left, got squirted by fellow UK junior Travis Spaulding, right, as they filled water balloons during a "filling party" outside the Christian Student Fellowship building at corner of Columbia Avenue and Woodland Avenue in Lexington, Ky., Friday, August 26, 2011. They will be attempting a new World's Record tonight by having over 5000 people involved in a water balloon fight with more than 150,000 water balloons. Also in the photo on the left is Taylor Kuhn and Wes Horton. On the right is Rachel Hancock and Michael Rundell. Charles Bertram | Staff
Erin Ikenberry, left, got squirted by fellow UK junior Travis Spaulding, right, as they filled water balloons during a "filling party" outside the Christian Student Fellowship building at corner of Columbia Avenue and Woodland Avenue in Lexington, Ky., Friday, August 26, 2011. They will be attempting a new World's Record tonight by having over 5000 people involved in a water balloon fight with more than 150,000 water balloons. Also in the photo on the left is Taylor Kuhn and Wes Horton. On the right is Rachel Hancock and Michael Rundell. Charles Bertram | Staff

From 2011: 150,000 water balloons to fly at University of Kentucky tonight

August 25, 2011 11:44 PM

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