My watermelon barely had a rind.
A calculator mouse
This is an old pen-shaped stapler.
It’s the fungus Xylaria polymorpha
, or Dead Man’s Fingers. It usually grows on rotting tree stumps.
This tiny toothpaste, Tic Tac box for scale
“This metal keyboard at my neighborhood’s medical center”
“I found a 6-person-long camping chair online.”
“I solved a 15×15 Rubik’s cube.”
This very short escalator found in Harrods
This tiny handrail that is about 8 in long
This completely black bag of Japanese chips
One hundred trillion dollars
In 2008-2009, Zimbabwe had hyperinflation
, and prices were growing incredibly fast. In order to fix the problem, the authorities were constantly making new money and increasing its value. So, bread could
cost 10 billion Zimbabwe dollars.
The largest pencil in the world at The City Museum in St. Louis. (regular pencil for scale)
“My local garden center has urinals shaped like plants.”
This tree is a Cashew of Pirangi
, and it looks like a small forest.
In Moskenes, Norway there is a village
with a very short name — Å.
These giant screws are used as foundations for solar panel arrays.
A tie clip with a functioning thermometer
This is the longest picnic table in England made from a single piece of wood.
Pickle cotton candy
“The bees in my garden have blue and black abdomens. They are called blue-banded bees