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April 23, 2004


Here is your summer-vacation attraction.

(Thanks to Claire Martin)


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That does it. I'm moving to the renaissance which is Kansas.

but do they have the mini version of the world's largest Cheeto??

"This one of a kind collection is displayed (when parked)"

I'm glad they pointed that out. I'm sure it cuts down on the number of cars attempting mid-highway-going-70mph viewings.

Sounds like it should be a Monty Python skit.

The World's Largest Collection of the World's Smallest Versions of the World's Largest Things on top of Other Things

I want her life. I am not doing anything meaningful right now anyway.

Oh great,another disturbing fetish..I'm filled with umbrage...

Look at the snow globes in the "store"!!! BWA-HA-HA-HA!!! Do not taunt happy fun globe.

Hey Claire, say that three times fast.

You have no idea how disappointed I am that I missed the Oklahoma Tour in '03

Reading the phrase "The World's Largest Collection of the World's Smallest Versions of the World's Largest Things" gives me a headache.

"You must be THIS tall to view the attraction....."

It reminds me of the carnival:

Come see the world's tallest midgets!

The world's biggest miniature horses!!

The non-bearded lady!

What is a meta-photo, please?

I want the world's smallest version of this van, for the pure irony of it.

What if the van got stuck in....let's say some mud???? Would that make a good web site? You could pull it out with the smallest tow truck using a replica of the largest tow hook, and sell the video.

that site would get traffic ONLY if girls'n'thongs were helplessly stuck, etc. with beseeching and helplessly grateful gazes.

No baby - it's really big. It's just that it's part of the LARGEST collection of the smallest versions of the LARGEST

hey - where ya goin?

Laughs and laughs

Or Barry Manilow's beak?

Oh look, how cute! It's a tiny replica of Steven Seagal's ego!

And now for something completely different...

Announcer: Tonight on BBC 1 we will have a video of the World's Largest Collection of World's Smallest Versions of World's Largest Things taken next to the world's Largest Ball of Twine by the worlds tallest man with the worlds smallest video camera in the city with the longest name Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwyll-llantysiliogogogoch in North Wales.

You people ain't right.


I've been looking for a place to hang out.

It takes true talent to replicate a ball of twine

I guess I should be happy that I have a bank who cares enough to remind me of my checking and savings balance every so often. I have a sneaky suspicion that they're not doing it for my benefit however.

As an example, here's a recent official bank statement they graciously sent me a couple weeks ago. I am not making this up by the way.


Dear Little Person,
After carefully checking our records, we've come to the conclusion that we've got billions and billions of dollars just laying around. In fact at this very momemt, hundred dollar bills are being thrown around the office by our staff members to celebrate this jovial and festive moment.

PS - You however are broke this month.

The Bank

On the bright side though, they printed this on expensive paper with a really neat water mark and official seal of approval, which I'm positive was cleverly designed by monkeys. I wonder if I could make any money by selling this hot item on ebay? I wonder if I could afford a monkey to design clever logos for me?

Which brings me to my point. You should all go onto ebay and lookup monkeys for sale. They are an endangered species after all, and we should really do everything in our power to help their numbers flourish. As I've mentioned earlier, they are really gifted and worth saving as a species.


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