Anywho, I live in the Philadelphia area in the US. There is a cheesesteak place, and come on, everyone knows how awesome and famous philly cheesesteaks are, calle Tony Lukes. They have the best cheesesteaks in philly, and they have a 5lb cheesesteak challenge.
I smoked some weed and ripped through 15 scoops of blueberry ice cream with walnuts in like 10 minutes
if you have some ferocious munchies these challenges are nothing!
it was a hell of a sight! I was laughing my ass off and just wrecking the ice cream...was super bummed out when I hit the bottom of the bowl. I didnt even care about the picture on the wall or tshirt! All that mattered was more ice cream, which I didnt get.
Its really the only way I could imagine getting through that cheese steak. Your girl needs to be schooled on the power of the munchies. Make sure you go with someone who is sober so they can remind you not to forget your prize.
Also... when preparing to conquer one of these food challenges, do NOT stop eating before hand. I mean, wait at least 3-4 hours to eat the big meal after your last meal but I find when I stop eating to prepare myself for a massive food conquest, I actually get a little less hungry.
Haha she's a sweetheart! I just kinda fell off the T-Nation wagon for awhile, still goto the gym do my thing there, work and school. I'm back now though, to terrorize all the gheys and tards of T-Nation!!!
That dude adam on man vs. food fucking downed 4 monster milkshakes out of 5, which is the equivalence of 12 milkshakes!! Noone has broken that challenge in like 100 years, but damn, he came close!
I only saw half of the program. So this guy sounds above average in his eating abilities. If that is the case, then I envy him. And then marvel at the challanges that he failed at, yet others succeeded.
And I don't suppose it matters, but the guys who actually finished that HUGE burger looked pretty small.
As for the Big Texan thing, how can you do that in 8 minutes and 52 seconds? Blows my mind. But when I'm next in america, and that's hopefully within a couple of years, I'll have built up enough courage to visit one of these fine institutions.
In high school my friends and I had a few eating challenges. We did the 1 gallon of milk in 1 hour challenge. We had a chicken nugget challenge - that was 3 people trying to kill 150 nuggets (which was damn tough in high school). One time we had an ice cream challenge - trying to kill a gallon of ice cream in an hour. This was the only one no one finished. Has anyone ever thrown up ice cream? It comes up real slow and just as thick as it went down. It wasn't fun.
This past weekend I finished off a 40oz prime rib dinner. I didn't eat all the fat, but it was probably 10oz worth. And I had two rolls, some greens and some artichoke hearts before as an appetizer. The cook gave me a hat, I didn't even know there was anything to be won, it was just really good and I hate not finishing a plate of food.
Close. The one in The Great Outdoors was the 96'er. No way I could handle that. Don Schula has a restaurant in NYC called Schula's Steakhouse that has a 48oz. I'm going to try that next weekend and see if I can move up to the 76'er.