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18 Ridiculously Large Household Objects You Didn't Know You Could Drive To

Because you gotta pull over for the World's Tallest Thermometer. At least, that's what Eugene and Quinta did. Watch their #MapsRoadTrip teaser video here.

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2. This considerable clothespin — Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

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Fun fact: The spring resembles the numbers 7 and 6, a US bicentennial reference.

Find it: 1500 Market St., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102

3. This forceful fork — Springfield, Missouri

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Fun fact: The fork apparently once adorned a restaurant. Now it sits outside an office.

Find it: 2215 W. Chesterfield Blvd., Springfield, Missouri 65807

5. This ridiculously large rocking chair — Cuba, Missouri

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Fun fact: You can actually sit on the chair one day a year, thanks to a hoist truck.

Find it: 5957 State Hwy. ZZ, Cuba, Missouri 65453

7. This prodigious paper cup — Riverside, California

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Fun fact: It's actually not paper but a 68-foot tall cylinder of painted concrete. Sorry.

Find it: 800 Iowa Ave., Riverside, California 92507

8. This gigantic garden gnome — Ames, Iowa

Scott McLeod (CC BY 2.0) / Via Flickr: mcleod

Fun fact: His name is Elwood, and he measures 15 feet to the top of his pointy hat.

Find it: 1407 University Blvd., Ames, Iowa 50011

13. This stately spoon and cherry — Minneapolis, Minnesota

Matt Lewis (CC BY-SA 2.0) / Via Flickr: lewismd13

Fun fact: The stem doubles as a fountain for the pond, which itself is seed-shaped.

Find it: 725 Vineland Place, Minneapolis, Minnesota 55403

15. This ginormous grandfather clock — Kewaunee, Wisconsin

Chris Rand (CC BY-SA 4.0) / Via commons.wikimedia.org

Fun fact: The clock's 40-year-old mechanisms came from German watchmakers.

Find it: Milwaukee Street/Wisconsin Route 42, Kewaunee, Wisconsin 54216

16. This breathtaking ball of twine — Cawker City, Kansas

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Fun fact: The city's annual twine-a-thon gives everyone the chance to add to the ball.

Find it: Wisconsin Street, Cawker City, Kansas 67430

18. This really big rubber stamp — Cleveland, Ohio

mike (CC BY 2.0) / Via Flickr: mlcastle

Fun fact: The piece sat in storage for five years before finally settling in Willard Park.

Find it: East 9th Street/Lakeside Avenue East, Cleveland, Ohio 44114

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