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Man eats 23,000 Big Macs

  1. I am not surprised that he did this, but what I am surprised is that he does not weigh 1,500 pounds.



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  2. what's the claim...23K in what time ?
     
  3. I think in 36 years he said.
     
  4. This dude was in super size me, and I think I heard him or someone else mention that he eats two big macs a day like they said in the clip, but that's all he eats on an average day.

    Two big macs = roughly 1,100 calories...not much.
     
  5. 2/day = BFD
     
  6. Big Fucking Diarrhea
     
  7. That dude resembles John Lennon. :eek:
     
  8. The fact he counted the damn things is the amazing bit.
     
  9. I pinched a loaf 20,250 times over my lifetime.
     
  10. How many Big Macs would you estimate you have eaten since you started working at McDonalds?

    (before turning vegetarian of course)
     
  11. I wish they'd bring back the McKielbasa. I must have been out to lunch to miss this one.
     
  12. i love the big mac but i don't eat them anymore. many years since i had one.
     
  13. I think you are joking but when I was in Kentucky some years ago there was a McDonald's that sold Johsonville brats and they were excellent. If they sold them at other McDonald's I might actually go to McDonald's more often.

    Joe.
     
  14. bratwurst? you actually eat that garbage? for god sakes why??! :eek:
     
  15. Wikipedia has a mammoth list of McDonald's attempts to go native, the most compelling of which we have listed here.

    1. In Malaysia, Bubur Ayam McD is congee (rice porridge with the consistency of thin oatmeal) with sliced chicken. Bubur Ikan, congee with fish, was also served for a short time.

    2. McDonald's seafood offerings don't begin and end with the Filet-O-Fish. In Norway, the McLaks, a salmon sandwich, was served for a time, and the Ebi Filet-O shrimp burger is a regular menu item in Korea and Japan. A lobster roll is available seasonally in Canada's Maritime Provinces (and in New England.)

    3. In Thailand, McDonald's offers a salad shaker based on som tam, green papaya salad.

    4. In Australia, the ambitious-sounding McPavlova is a meringue disc topped with soft-serve and passionfruit coulis.

    5. Kosher branches of McDonald's exist only in Israel and Argentina. Argentina also boasts the only McDonald's outlets in the world that char-grill rather than deep-fry their patties.

    6. In Costa Rica, you can get a positively decent-sounding breakfast of pinto gallo (seasoned rice and beans) served with scrambled eggs and pancakes with butter and marmalade.

    7. With most sandwiches, Finnish customers can replace the buns with slices of rye bread.

    8. In France, wash down your grilled cheese Croque McDo (pronounced mac-dough) with a glass of Kronenbourg beer. From time to time, a marketing campaign called La Saga des Fromages swaps out the usual cheddar with slabs of Reblochon or Tomme.

    9. Phillippines' McSpaghetti pairs spaghetti in sweet tomato sauce with frankfurters and grated cheese.

    10. McDonald's tried, and failed, to interest the Polish in the McKielbasa, their take on the national sausage.

    What variations have you come across or sampled on your travels? I myself ordered a lot of Greek Macs when I was studying in Russia during the Athens Olympics--not because I especially liked Micky D's take on the gyro, but because the limited-season item was the easiest thing on the menu to pronounce.

    http://www.seriouseats.com/2008/12/...rd-mcdonalds-items-from-around-the-world.html
     

  16. :eek:

    Tastes great!

    Joe. :)
     
  17. Don't they offer "that" in Warsaw, Krakow, Gdansk and the northwest side of Chicago? :)