If Mass of the Apollo program Lunar Excursion Module moon lander (15,200 kg) was a standard unit ...

Mass of world gold production (2014) (2.99 million kg)...more would be 200 x Mass of the Apollo program Lunar Excursion Module moon lander

Mass of an M1 Abrams tank (62,000 kg)...more would be 4 x Mass of the Apollo program Lunar Excursion Module moon lander

Mass of a fully loaded 40' shipping container (30,400 kg)...more would be 2 x Mass of the Apollo program Lunar Excursion Module moon lander

Mass of an old-style London bus (AEC Routemaster) (7,470 kg)...more would be 1/2 of Mass of the Apollo program Lunar Excursion Module moon lander

Mass of empty 40' shipping container (3,800 kg)...more would be 1/4 of Mass of the Apollo program Lunar Excursion Module moon lander

Mass of a large passenger car (1,500 kg)...more would be 1/10 of Mass of the Apollo program Lunar Excursion Module moon lander

Mass of an adult male Hippopotamus (1,500 kg)...more would be 1/10 of Mass of the Apollo program Lunar Excursion Module moon lander

Mass of an adult male Panda Bear (150 kg)...more would be 1/100 of Mass of the Apollo program Lunar Excursion Module moon lander

Mass of heaviest Reticulated Python snake (75 kg)...more would be 1/200 of Mass of the Apollo program Lunar Excursion Module moon lander

Mass of average human (62 kg)...more would be 1/250 of Mass of the Apollo program Lunar Excursion Module moon lander

Mass of heaviest allowable Lightweight professional boxer (61.2 kg)...more would be 1/250 of Mass of the Apollo program Lunar Excursion Module moon lander

Mass of a standard wheel of Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese (38 kg)...more would be 1/400 of Mass of the Apollo program Lunar Excursion Module moon lander

Mass of an Emu (38 kg)...more would be 1/400 of Mass of the Apollo program Lunar Excursion Module moon lander

Mass of a 10-pin bowling pin (1.5 kg)...more would be 1/10000 of Mass of the Apollo program Lunar Excursion Module moon lander

Is That A Big Number? - The Book

Yes, there's now a book based on these numbers. Oxford University Press: July 2018.