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Lookit! Big ol’ paper airplane. Can you imagine what it took to fold this sucker? I wish I could sit in it and take a ride. Paper airplane ride!
Why do I love this so much? Because it’s bad-ass is why! I would totally put this sucker in my truck, then I’d be ready to roll. Do you like Def Leppard? I sure hope so, because I’m gonna be cranking “High and Dry” once I get this thing in the truck! Rock of ages, ya’all!
BUDDDN BUDDDN BRRRRRMMMMRMMM! Hi, my name is Billy Bad-Ass and I drive an amazingly huge motorcycle. It’s got orange flame effects on the side, so you know it’s tearing it up, even when it’s parked in a mall lot.
Man, if I only I had been there to capture this one myself … I would have totally torn this place up with my sick breakdancing moves! You see, I’m a long-time scholar of the Great Duology of Breakdancing Films – “Breakin'” and “Breakin’ 2: Electric Boogaloo” – having spent the better part of two years painstakingly deconstructing every move made within them. I’d be going up to every chump at this place and totally saying, “Hey, if I give you a dollar, would you go buy yourself some game?” And they’d be totally faced. Freakshow on the dance floor, ya’all!
There’s something about this photo that makes me question its authenticity. I guess it’s the rough, watercolor-ish sepia tone thing. Doesn’t look real to me. If I didn’t know better, I’d say somebody just drew this. Also lending to my skepticism: the fact that this ant attack was never on the news. It surely would have been, wouldn’t it? I mean, I realize the news industry has become sadly celebrity-centric, but they’d have to report on something like this, wouldn’t they?
VVVRRRROOOOOOOOOMMM! What’s his name!?! Big ol’ truck. F’in A!
Anybody who calls this a “little red wagon” is feeding you a bunch of crap – this is a hilariously large red wagon! Nothing little about this one. But look how happy those people are – that’s awesome! The only problem, as always, is related to practicality – by the time a child loads this up with his or her favorite toys, it will be very heavy, prohibitively heavy to allow it to be pulled. That might make the child sad. So you want to weigh the pros and cons before ordering one of these for your kid.
Milton would totally approve of this. You have to wonder about the aerodynamic qualities, though. And where are you going to find staples big enough to actually use this thing for its intended purpose? Not practical. Points for effort, though.