Bucking the trend of miniaturizing everything (case in point: how cell phones get smaller and smaller over the years) is the biggification of stuff. The logic is deceptively simple: If that martini is good, it's going to be great if it comes in a glass 8x the size!Well, if you're into big stuff, the Internet is your friend:
That's right -- Great Big Stuff (.com), sells everyday items (from food to office supplies) in gigantic sizes. Let's say you just need giant scissors for a ceremonial ribbon cutting or there's an occasion where normal sized earbuds just aren't enough!
Link | GreatBigStuff website
From the Upcoming ueue, submitted by interweber.