If I had the money

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Healthy doughnuts...

Jumbo Shrimp...
Giant Bonsai...
Too much chocolate...
Those breasts are too large...
This large? (If it's inappropriate I can remove it)
[URL]http://www.jonco48.com/blog/zcup2su.jpg[/URL]

Still haven't gotten around to running that calculation...actually I'm still trying to figure out how to do it.
 
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This large? (If it's inappropriate I can remove it)
:rofl:

Astonishingly, I have seen the gazongas that can fill that. They were part of the stage props for Elton John's Las Vegas show I saw last summer. The show pretty much left no stone unturned when it came to brobdingnagio-genitalian props.
 
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:rofl:

Astonishingly, I have seen the gazongas that can fill that. They were part of the stage props for Elton John's Las Vegas show I saw last summer. The show pretty much left no stone unturned when it came to brobdingnagio-genitalian props.
That actually sounds like the big butts that are in the music video for "I Like Big Butts".

Anyhow, I can also see building a series of space elevators being useful. You could place one right on a pole, and the station at the top would have some artificial gravity.
 
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Anyhow, I can also see building a series of space elevators being useful. You could place one right on a pole, and the station at the top would have some artificial gravity.
Are we still talking about gigantic sex props?

A 36,000km poledancing pole?
 
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They could be healthy doughnuts.

6.02*10^23 / 2 per day / 365 per year =8.2465753424658 x 10^20

I think...I'll finish solving it properly when I'm not on an iPod.
Don't forget that donut production is like electron flow: With every donut produced, there is a hole that flows in the opposite direction.
 
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Still haven't gotten around to running that calculation...actually I'm still trying to figure out how to do it.
log(6.02e23/7e9/2/365.25*.01+1)/log(1.01)-1 ≈ 2098 years
 
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log(6.02e23/7e9/2/365.25*.01+1)/log(1.01)-1 ≈ 2098 years
That's significantly less than a constant 12 billion.
 
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:rofl:

Astonishingly, I have seen the gazongas that can fill that. They were part of the stage props for Elton John's Las Vegas show I saw last summer. The show pretty much left no stone unturned when it came to brobdingnagio-genitalian props.
AC/DC's Rosie is about the size.

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If I had a hammer...
 
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This large? (If it's inappropriate I can remove it)
http://www.jonco48.com/blog/zcup2su.jpg
You call it large?

[URL]http://fun.from.hell.pl/2003-04-29/mrs-godzilla-striptease.jpg[/URL]
 
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You call it large?

mrs-godzilla-striptease.jpg
:bugeye: WHAT!? Who made that!?
 
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I guess so...so who wants to make a giant bra?
 
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I'd buy you a green dress
But not a real green dress, that's cruel
 
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I'd buy you a green dress
But not a real green dress, that's cruel
I don't get it.
 
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LHacDYj8KZM

This song
 
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LHacDYj8KZM

This song
I love that song!
 

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