We've covered bouncy castles on water, we've covered bouncy castles that're taller than the Great Wall of China, and now we continue our dedicated bouncy castle coverage by covering bouncy castles used to build the world's largest inflatable obstacle course.
Dubbed The Beast, this record-breaking bouncy wonderland connects 32 blow-ups into an almost-900ft-long course that fills up to 2.5 football fields with every kind of inflatable obstacle imagineable.
But here's the all-important kicker -- the Belgian bouncy castlers behind it promise to ship the whole thing ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD.
Gameday tailgate in Austin? AWWWW SNAP. WORLD'S LARGEST INFLATABLE OBSTACLE COURSE.
4th of July BBQ in Brooklyn? BOOMSCHLAM. WORLD'S LARGEST INFLATABLE OBSTACLE COURSE.
Ugly Sweater Party in SF? IT DERE. WORLD'S LARGEST INFLATABLE OBSTACLE COURSE.
Now the all-important how-much-does-it-cost question: How much does it cost? In Europe you can get it at around $6,600 a day. Figure in the cost of shipping the whole thing to the US and you're looking at... uh... more than that.
But keep in mind: The thing can accomodate 400 people at a time -- which means charge like $20 per person and you're very likely jumpin' fo' free.