I would like to propose a new kind of challenge: Anti Code Golf! (as anti-golf, not anti-code). The idea is to write the longest program you can write to do something.
That would be Code Bowling, as pointed out by ProgramFOX.
No ridiculously unnecessary whitespace (e.g. 3 lines between each statement, etc. indentation is OK, just don't overuse).
Score is awarded by number of bytes used to work * (in source code, input data or output data) memory usage doesn't count.
Highest score wins. In the event of a tie, most upvoted wins. In the event of a voting tie a randomly chosen answer wins.
You may not read from a external resource, such as a file or web service, except (when possible) the program's own source code and/or a file/service provided by the program itself.
The program must run in a reasonable time (< 5 minutes) except where otherwise specified.
.* Comments do not count for length.
Now, onto the challenge itself:
Write a program that prints the full date of tomorrow to stdout (or equivalent) in ASCII encoding. It may or not receive any arguments, but the current date must not be input directly by the user.