The metric prefixes for 10^24 (yotta), zetta (10^21), zepto (10^-21), and yocto (10^-24) aren't widely applied yet, but that didn't stop Kim Boriskin of Bellingham, Wash., from coming up with some novel ways of using them. For example, 10^24 see it = yotta + see it = ya oughta see it.
See Megafun Metrics for examples involving other metric prefixes.
That ol' rock-'n'-roll song: "Whole 10^24 Lovin'" 10^21 fact? 10^21 life! I need a 10^21 tires. The old jazz singer 10^21 James, whose dog might have been an Irish 10^21. 10^-21 genarian. 10^-24 genarian, of course!
Boriskin's challenge: "Try your hand at puns on 'meson.' I've found over a hundred!"