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When you hear about celebrities being honored by their hometowns, it's usually the same boring spiel: you get a key to the city (which is dumb because have you ever seen a city locked?) or a fancy plaque in an old government building that everyone forgets. The town of Warren, Ohio, however, is clearly too cool for such cliché crap, opting instead to honor hometown hero Dave Grohl with a pair of drumsticks. Giant, wooden, Guinness record-breaking drumsticks, to be exact. Weighing in at 900 pounds and measuring almost 23 feet tall, the big-ass sticks are adorned with painted feathers matching Grohl's arm tattoos.
Warren has already named an alley after Grohl, which is a lot cooler than it sounds; Grohl-inspired graffiti and artwork line the street, where we're betting a lot of high school bands gather to make noise and dream they're the next Nirvana. Warren's gifts to Grohl are generous, considering that he only lived there for the first few years of his life before his family relocated to Virginia, but that doesn't make them any less awesome. Next, we'd like to see Kanye West's hometown of Atlanta, Georgia create a 2,000 pound MCP, which we're pretty sure hasn't been tried before.