At 22 inches tall, Nepali teenager Khagendra Thapa Magar has a few big hopes: getting into the Guinness Book of World Records, traveling the world, and marrying a woman of similar stature. Magar told The Times of London, “God is great. He made me small in size but has now given me big name. What else could I have asked for,” He added, “I keep on telling my father to find me a small wife,” he said. “Now it’s up to him to find a right match. I would love to have children but have not yet decided about the numbers.” Magar submitted his application to the Guinness Book of World Records to be named the world's shortest man, a title currently held by 28.7-inch man He Pingping of China.