This is a video from 2019 of 7’1″ Shaquille O’Neal stuffing himself into a Smart Car in New York City the same way I assume sausage is made at the factory. Honestly though, it doesn’t actually seem that all that bad. Now if the entire 2002 Los Angeles Lakers team
This is a Guinness World Records video highlighting Zeus (apparently one of only three choices of name for a Great Dane), who was recently confirmed as the world’s tallest living dog, at 1.046 metres (3-foot 5.18-inches) from foot to withers (between shoulder blades), and around seven feet tall standing up.
This is a video highlighting ‘Big Carl’, an 8-foot tall tuba (believed to the world’s largest) owned by Carl Fisher Music of New York City since its inception around 1900. That’s an old tuba! The absolutely massive unit weighs over 100-pounds and doesn’t have pistons and valves like a traditional
This is a video from some South African hikers who encountered a large grizzly bear while out exploring the wild of the northern Rocky Mountains. Apparently the bear had been coming towards them for about a minute before the person with the camera realized this could be their last will
This is a visualization video from Youtube channel Real Data comparing the heights of the world’s tallest statues. I learned a lot by watching it. Mostly, that my penis dwarfs all of these and I should only make love to constellations. Granted I was already pretty sure before, but now
In everything is bigger in Texas news, this is a video from San Antonio of a large Texas brown tarantula that a homeowner spotted wandering the backyard all the way from the home’s back door. Well how about that! Say, isn’t San Antonio where the Alamo is? “Sure is.” I
This is a visualization from MetaBallStudio (previously) comparing the sizes of fictional sea monsters from popular culture, including literature, film, and video games. It begins with the diminutive ~5cm Plankton from SpongeBob SquarePants and ends with a 40km Kraken from Warhammer 40,000. I learned a lot by watching it. Mostly,
LEGO has announced the release of it’s largest traditional building set to date — the 9,090 piece Titanic (previously: its 9,036-piece Roman Colosseum). The 1:200 scale ship measures a respectable 54″ long, 7″ wide, 18″ tall and breaks into three cross sections so you can see the various and inner