The World's Largest Big Mac

Behold, the world's largest Big Mac. The 14-foot-tall sandwich lives in the North Huntingdon, Pennsylvania, McDonald's, which also serves as the official Big Mac Museum. It was created for the Big Mac's 40th anniversary in 2008. Pictured with the giant burger is Jim Delligatti, a franchisee who created the real thing back in 1967.

If you're really curious, you can check out the official unveiling of the World's Largest Big Mac featuring Ronald McDonald himself.

Link via Insanewiches
Photo: Henry Ray Abrams/AP

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That isn't an accurate statue. The middle bread needs to be so flat you cant see it. Also the floor around it should be littered with all the lettuce that should have been on the sandwhich.
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