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crazymorton
Brisbane, Queensland
3721 posts
This guy can eat. story here

01:33pm 01/01/13 Permalink
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E.T.
Queensland
4486 posts
more food than some will see in over a month. I hate this kind of s***.
01:59pm 01/01/13 Permalink
eK
Brisbane, Queensland
10545 posts
how is such a thing even possible
02:28pm 01/01/13 Permalink
infi
Brisbane, Queensland
19381 posts
That was simply amazing.
02:39pm 01/01/13 Permalink
Reverend Evil™
Wynnum, Queensland
21177 posts
Holy s***
02:55pm 01/01/13 Permalink
Raven
Melbourne, Victoria
7581 posts
The obvious question is "why?", but I feel it doesn't even need to be asked.
02:57pm 01/01/13 Permalink
FaceMan
Brisbane, Queensland
9717 posts
Hes no Joey Chestnut
68 hot dogs in 10 mins



03:39pm 01/01/13 Permalink
Superform
Netherlands
7643 posts
USA USA USA!
08:47pm 01/01/13 Permalink
Cheez
Brisbane, Queensland
737 posts
Then comes the visit to the porcelain gods
09:08pm 01/01/13 Permalink
HyperJ
Brisbane, Queensland
425 posts
Surely that's dangerous?
11:59pm 01/01/13 Permalink
TufNuT
I like eel pie
Brisbane, Queensland
4044 posts
its not that surprising, people who try to put on body mass in the form of mussel eat a lot. though generally they don't eat this crap.. some one correct me if I'm wrong.
12:14am 02/01/13 Permalink
ctd
UK
10198 posts
f*** yeah what a legend.
12:38am 02/01/13 Permalink
thermite
Brisbane, Queensland
10629 posts
its not that surprising, people who try to put on body mass in the form of mussel eat a lot. though generally they don't eat this crap.. some one correct me if I'm wrong.


muscle
02:52am 02/01/13 Permalink
DeadlyDav0
Brisbane, Queensland
3297 posts
Also Tufnut, gaining muscle is more about the exercise and eating a healthy and balanced diet, not consuming excessive calories.

Wonder why he isnt a fatty if he consumes that amount of calories. Laxatives? Pukes afterwards? Did a quick google and it seems the body s**** out a lot of the food as its unable to process it, plus supposedly the eaters puke afterwards.
09:15am 02/01/13 Permalink
kos
Germany
2434 posts
Disgusting... "professional eater"? What the f*** is wrong with people?
09:19am 02/01/13 Permalink
TufNuT
I like eel pie
Brisbane, Queensland
4045 posts
muscle


Guess I was wrong in more ways then one :-P
09:20am 02/01/13 Permalink
Sc00bs
Brisbane, Queensland
9108 posts
Disgusting... "professional eater"? What the f*** is wrong with people?

yeah imagine how s*** it would be not having to work and just eat a massive meal for prize money once every few weeks/months...

09:27am 02/01/13 Permalink
l3wd_5c0ff
Brisbane, Queensland
2426 posts
Why is the music so epic for something so f*****g lame?
09:35am 02/01/13 Permalink
simul
Brisbane, Queensland
1469 posts
Seems like a waste to challenge a Denny's when there are so many nice food places in the US. Not that Denny's is awful (great hangover food), but its not really challenge worthy.
10:11am 02/01/13 Permalink
kos
Germany
2438 posts
yeah imagine how s*** it would be not having to work and just eat a massive meal for prize money once every few weeks/months...

I'm not saying he's stupid for making money from doing that s***, I'm saying it's terrible that people can make money from eating enough food for a week in one go then likely just throwing it all up again. What an appalling waste.

Especially when we are already so wasteful:
Food waste is the big issue in industrialised countries. It is mainly due to retailers and consumers throwing perfectly edible food into the bin.

Waste amounts to around 100kg (more than 200lb) per consumer in Europe and North America every year.
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