You Won’t Be Able To Wrap Your Mind Around These Crazy Large Things.

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I”m a sucker for the world”s kookiest and largest objects. I”ll drive out of my way to see the world”s biggest frying pan, or the largest ball of string. You can only imagine that these 25 crazy large things will shoot to the top of my bucket list. Who wouldn”t want to see the world”s biggest disco ball?

1. The largest pumpkin ever weighed 2,032 lbs. and was grown by Tim Mathison from California in 2013.

The largest pumpkin ever weighed 2,032 lbs. and was grown by Tim Mathison from California in 2013.

2. The world”s largest onion, weighing 18 lb., 1 oz., was grown by Peter Glazebrook. Glazebrook also grew the largest parsnip, beetroot, and heaviest potato.

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3. The world”s largest floating vessel is the giant ship Prelude, which is longer than the height of the Empire State Building (1,601 feet). It hasn”t launched yet, but it will serve Western Australia in 2017.

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4. Beemster made the world”s largest cheese wheel in 2006, at 6 feet wide and 1,323 lbs.

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5. The largest pencil in the world, constructed by Ashrita Furman in Queens, New York, is 76 feet long and weighs over 18,000 lbs.

The largest pencil in the world, constructed by Ashrita Furman in Queens, New York, is 76 feet long and weighs over 18,000 lbs.

6. The largest book measures 16.4 feet by 26.44 feet, weighs 3,306 lbs, and has 429 pages. It”s called This is the Prophet Mohamed.

The largest book measures 16.4 feet by 26.44 feet, weighs 3,306 lbs, and has 429 pages. It

7. The largest hamburger in the world weighed 2,014 lbs, was 10 m in diameter, and took four cooks and a crane to make.

The largest hamburger in the world weighed 2,014 lbs, was 10 m in diameter, and took four cooks and a crane to make.

8. The world”s largest watermelon weighed 350.5 lbs, 42.5 lbs heavier than the previous record.

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9. The largest lollipop weighed over 7,000 lbs and was created at Sees Candies Lollypop Factory in Burlingame, California, in July 2012. It was chocolate flavored, and was approximately 5″ x 3.5″ x 12″.

The largest lollipop weighed over 7,000 lbs and was created at Sees Candies Lollypop Factory in Burlingame, California, in July 2012.  It was chocolate flavored, and was approximately 5

10. The largest mirrored disco ball was displayed at the Bestival UK in September 2014.

The largest mirrored disco ball was displayed at the Bestival UK in September 2014.

11. The largest waterfall in the world is the Inga Falls in the Democratic Republic of Congo. It moves nearly 10 times the amount of water as the Niagara Falls.

The largest waterfall in the world is the Inga Falls in the Democratic Republic of Congo. It moves nearly 10 times the amount of water as the Niagara Falls.

12. The worlds largest birthday cake weighed 25,000 lbs and stood 23 feet tall. It was made in 1962 for the Seattle Worlds Fair by Van De Kamp s Holland Dutch Bakers.

The worlds largest birthday cake weighed 25,000 lbs and stood 23 feet tall. It was made in 1962 for the Seattle Worlds Fair by Van De Kamp s Holland Dutch Bakers.

13. The largest chocolate bar weighed 12,770 lbs. Thorntons plc in Alfreton, Derbyshire, UK created it in October 2011.

The largest chocolate bar weighed 12,770 lbs. Thorntons plc in Alfreton, Derbyshire, UK created it in October 2011.

14. With 100 acres to work with for building 747 planes, the Boeing Factory, in Everett, Washington is the largest by volume in the world.

With 100 acres to work with for building 747 planes, the Boeing Factory, in Everett, Washington is the largest by volume in the world.

15. The world”s largest pizza (130 feet wide) was made by 5 Italian chefs in Rome in 2012.

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16. This is the world”s largest swimming pool in San Alfonso De Mar Resort, Chile. It”s over 3,000 feet long and 115 feet deep.

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17. Amateur body-builder Moustafa Ismail has the largest biceps in the world at 31-inches.

Amateur body-builder Moustafa Ismail has the largest biceps in the world at 31-inches.

18. A foosball table, designed to be used by 100 players, is the world”s longest at 131 feet.

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19. A giant sequoia is the largest living single stem tree in the world, with a height of 275 feet, and an estimated age of 2,300-2,700 years.

A giant sequoia is the largest living single stem tree in the world, with a height of 275 feet, and an estimated age of 2,300-2,700 years.

20. Dream Big, the 11 feet tall, 20 feet long, 6,500-pound monster bike took 3 years of crafting and is the largest in the world.

Dream Big, the 11 feet tall, 20 feet long, 6,500-pound monster bike took 3 years of crafting and is the largest in the world.

21. The world”s largest thermometer is 134-feet-tall and was built by businessman Willis Herron. Herron built it to commemorate the highest recorded temp in America (134 F in 1913 in Death Valley),

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22. The most powerful and largest scale power plant in the world is the Chinese Three Gorges Dam located in the Yiling District. It”s 1.5 miles in length, 600 feet high, and equals 18 nuclear power plants.

The most powerful and largest scale power plant in the world is the Chinese Three Gorges Dam located in the Yiling District. It

23. The world s largest axe stands 49 feet tall and weighs over 55 tons. It was commissioned, designed, and built to symbolize the importance of the forest industry.

The world s largest axe stands 49 feet tall and weighs over 55 tons. It was commissioned, designed, and built to symbolize the importance of the forest industry.

24. The largest sausage was made by J.J. Tranfield on behalf of Asda Stores Plc, at Sheffield, United Kingdom in October 2000. With a length of 36.75 miles, its almost the width of Rhode Island.

The largest sausage was made by J.J. Tranfield on behalf of Asda Stores Plc, at Sheffield, United Kingdom in October 2000. With a length of 36.75 miles, its almost the width of Rhode Island.

25. The Son Doong Cave, the largest cave in the world, is 30,000 feet long, 500 feet deep, and was only discovered in 1991!

The Son Doong Cave, the largest cave in the world, is 30,000 feet long, 500 feet deep, and was only discovered in 1991!

(via List25)

What do you think? Are you ready to hop on a plane and check out that cave? Me too! Although I could do without meeting Mr. Muscle. He”s a bit odd looking.

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