The average DIYer may find painting the most boring part of a project, but Michael and Glenda Carmichael of this central Indiana town aren’t average! In 1977, they started painting a baseball, two coats a day, and by 2004, with approximately 17,994 coats, it officially became the world’s largest paint ball. Want to know how much paint that is? Well, a gallon is good for about 20 to 25 layers at the ball’s current size, a circumference of 9 feet, 1 inch, so go ahead and do the math! True, the ball is quite a sight to see—but we wouldn’t want to pitch it!