A boulder that blocked a Colorado highway earlier this week didn't cause as much of an uproar as did the sheriff's warning about it. A tweet posted Monday by the San Miguel Sheriff's Office read, "Large boulder the size of a small boulder is completely blocking eastbound Highway 145 at mile marker 78." Since then, the warning has been retweeted more than 38,000 times and received nearly 8,500 comments -- mostly from people who wonder exactly how big a "large boulder the size of a small boulder" is. Among the commenters was House of Representatives candidate Rob Anderson, who replied, "I think we should be grateful it wasn’t a large boulder the size of a large boulder." So, how big is a large boulder the size of a small boulder? About 64 cubic feet, weighing approximately 10,000 pounds, according to the San Miguel Sheriff's Office. What's the most poorly-worded tweet you've seen?