Because dream it, and, provided your dream is make the world’s largest pizza and you secured a partnership with Pizza Hut to donate all the ingredients, you can achieve it, this is a video of Youtuber Airrack making the world’s largest pizza. The pie measures 132 feet across and consists
Because if everything is bigger in Texas, then Australia is Texas working out in prison on butt-smuggled steroids, dead set on revenge as soon as it can break out (possibly Kool-Aid Man style), this is a video of a massive 6 pound toad that was found by park rangers in
This is a clip from some divers exploring the waters off the coast of Toyooka, Japan when they swam across a rarely seen giant squid. Just look at that thing! It’s easy to see now how stories of the kraken came to be. The squid, likely a juvenile only a
This is a video from a Korean foundry where giant hex nuts are made (imagine the Erector Set you could build with those things!), detailing the process in which steel rods are transformed into some of the biggest nuts I’ve ever seen. The North Atlantic right whale excluded of course,
This is a video from Wired highlighting the work of chalk artist Kurt Wenner, who creates realistic perspective pieces on a large scale. In the video, he discusses the various pieces he’s made, his process, and the challenges that arose while creating them. It was an interesting watch. Maybe not
This is a video of Josh and friends from Youtube channel FliteTest constructing a massive 15-foot Iron Giant out of FT Maker Foam (which they often use to make model aircraft). Man, that Iron Giant would look great in my…apartment parking space? He definitely wouldn’t fit inside, that’s for sure.
Presumably in an attempt to recreate the iconic boulder scene from Raiders Of The Lost Ark, this is a video of a group of guys rolling Frosty’s abdomen down a flight of stairs. Unfortunately, Frosty pulls a Humpty Dumpty about halfway down, and I assume all the king’s horses and
This is a video of Chinese musician Zhang Qihui dressed as a beautiful lotus flower and performing on progressively larger flutes, starting with a diminutive six-incher, and ending with this behemoth, which is so large it requires two more helpers to cover its holes. Now that’s a big flute! It