Welcome to Humor Nation. Today we will be taking a look at the biggest things in the world. The biggest structures, the biggest body parts, the biggest stuff that’s just one of a kind.
So Let’s Take A Look At 10 Biggest Things In The World That Are One Of A Kind
1. The Biggest Pool In The World
Costing over a billion dollars to construct in over two million dollars extra in annual upkeep expenses, this is the world’s biggest outdoor pool. Not only does it hold the world record for the biggest pool, but it also holds the record for the deepest pool at 115 feet deep. The pool measures at a whopping full kilometer or 0.62 miles in length and its surface covers an area of 20 acres.
2. The Largest Hamburger In The World
The world’s largest hamburger weighed over 2,000 pounds and was prepared in Carlton Minnesota September 2nd 2012. The humungous meat creation was topped with 52 pounds of tomatoes, 50 pounds of lettuce, 60 pounds of onion, 19 pounds of pickles, 40 pounds of American cheese and finally 16 and 1/2 pounds of bacon. The weight of this burger is equivalent to about 4,000 Big Macs combined.
3. Largest Jugs In The World
The largest natural melons belonged to Annie Hawkins Turner aka Norma Stitz that’s her stage name. Norma wears a 48v sized bra which isn’t even manufactured so she has to have her bras custom-made, her size is 52I. She also needs help going up and down steps because she can’t see anything in front of herself. Even worse she can’t sleep on her back because the weight might crush her Airways. Regardless of this or anything else she has vowed never to have her melons reduced.
4. Most Expensive House In The World
Ranked is the 19th richest man in the world and the richest man in all of India. Mukesh Ambani owns the tallest and most expensive home in the world. The gigantic home is an insane 568 feet tall with almost 50,000 square feet in 27 floors. The home contains a multi-story garage with space for 168 cars. It also has three helipads on the roof. The construction of this masterpiece took nearly three years and over a billion dollars.