Longer Than You Think, Dad! Longer Than You Think!

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Dear World’s Largest Things

Christopher L. Jorgensen
PO Box 546
Ames, IA 50010

September 13, 2010

World’s Largest Things
PO Box 101
Lucas, KS 67648-0101

Dear World’s Largest Things,

I was going to write you and tell you about the “World’s Largest Catsup Bottle” but I was told you already knew about it! This doesn’t really leave me with a lot to say other than I pass by that world’s largest pitchfork all the time. I could send you a photo if you wanted. Just let me know if you want me to be in the picture or not (I’m a bit camera shy!).

Sincerely,

Christopher L. Jorgensen

p.s. My girlfriend says this letter contains “The World’s Biggest Lie!” I’ll let you wonder what that is. (I’ll probably tell you if you write back.)

[Editor’s note: This is a text transcription of the cards sent by The Museum of the World’s Largest Things]

Card 1, side 1:

[Holiday graphic.]

Card 1, side 2::
Happy Holidays from the World’s Largest Things!

Keep on Living Large!

-Erika Nelson
WLT Inc.
Card 2, side 1:
World’s Largest Things, Inc.

home of the World’s Largest Collection of the
World’s Smallest Versions of the World’s Largest
Things

PO Box 101
Lucas, Kansas 67648

www.WorldsLargestThings.com

Dear Christopher - Thank you for the lovely note (wow - we move slowly there - that was from back in September!) - as you know, WLTs are a passion. I’d love a photo of the Pitchfork, as the one I snapped during a lecture in Ames didn’t turn out so well…Also, you alluded to a “World’s Biggest Lie” … would that be in reference to your “I’m a bit camera shy” comment?

Cheers, & keep Livin’ Large!

- Erika Nelson,
director WLT Inc.

Card 2, side 2:

[This Space Left Intentionally Blank]


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