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June 17, 2011

World's Largest Pig-In-A-Blanket?

At two feet long, this giant Hungarian sausage is wrapped in bacon, covered in cheddar cheese, and blanketed with crescent rolls. If that's not enough for you, it came along with a "side" of macaroni and cheese as well. I don't have to tell anyone to commence penis jokes; I know it's going to happen.

Building The World's Tallest Sand Castle

And then Godzilla came up and kicked it over. Standing 37' 10" Ed Jarrett used 2,500 man hours and 1.6 million pounds of sand to create this ode to childhood with the help of 1,500 volunteers.

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