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Canada Is Adorably Obsessed With Turning Small Boring Things Into Giant Things

WHY. But also why not.

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Canada has a charming tendency to celebrate the small, banal things by MONSTER-SIZING THEM INTO GINORMOUS MAMMOTH THINGS.

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The World's Largest Oil Lamp in Donalda, Alberta

The World's Largest Fishing Rod in Houston, British Columbia

The World's Largest Illuminated Fiddle in Sydney, Nova Scotia

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The World's Largest Trout in Kamloops, British Columbia

The World's Largest Hand-Held Egg Beater in Laurette, Prince Edward Island

The World's Largest Axe in Nackawic, New Brunswick

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The World's Largest (and FIRST) UFO Landing Pad in St. Paul, Alberta

World's Largest Paper Clip in Kipling, Saskatchewan

The World's Largest Lobster in Shediac, New Brunswick

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The World's Largest Chain Saw in Lillooet, British Columbia

The World's Largest Pumpkin in Roland, Manitoba

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World's Largest Golf Tee in Trochu, Alberta

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The World's Largest Artificial Mushroom in Vilna, Alberta

The World Largest Atlantic Salmon Structure in Campbellton, New Brunswick

The World's Largest Muskoka Chair in Gravenhurst, Ontario

The World's Largest Dragonfly in Wabamun, Alberta

World's Largest (and coolest) Snowman (with a fishing pole) in Beardmore, Ontario

And The World's Largest Kielbasa Sausage in Mundare, Alberta

Stay weird, Canada.

UPDATE— We got even more big call-outs across the country! Add yours in the comments below.

@BuzzFeedCanada Giant Blueberry in Oxford, Nova Scotia 😉