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    Friday OT- Eating competitions...

    You ever been in one? What food would you pick if you were to enter one?

    When I was a 300 lb Olineman in college I was the "ringer" in the Ackley Sauerkraut days Sauerkraut eating contest. 1 pound of kraut and 2 brats. I did it in 64 seconds. Since I worked for the radio station sponsoring it I couldn't win. Winner was over 4 minutes.

    A suite of cross country runners when I was in college had an 80 oz challenge (not what you are thinking) Where people would come to their room, see how fast they could chug 80 oz of water, and then go without puking for 5 mins. Their wall was covered in pics of people losing it.
    Down it went in 58 seconds. I grabbed a garbage can right away thinking I was going on the wall, let the biggest belch of my life go, and was fine the rest of the night other than ******* every 15 mins.

    If I could chose a contest now it would be eggrolls although I live vicariously through Adam on Man Vs Food


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    Re: Friday OT- Eating competitions...

    I ate 3 pounds of cheezits in one sitting one time, also i once ate 30 snackpacks. This is contingent on a loose recreational drug testing policy.



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    Re: Friday OT- Eating competitions...

    I did 13 pieces of pizza in 3 minutes. The key is water. I wanted to die.



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    Re: Friday OT- Eating competitions...

    (Not me but a friend) I was driving through McDonald's one night with a friend who said he was starving. I placed my order and then he leaned over to the window and ordered 10 McDoubles, all for himself. The drive from McDonald's to the apartment that we were going to was maybe ten minutes. They will all gone by the time we got there.

    Not really what you are looking for, but this story blows my mind every time I think of it.



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    Re: Friday OT- Eating competitions...

    2 friends walk into Subway, one claims he's so hungry he could eat a 6 foot sub. The other says that he'll pay for them if he can do it. He did...I think the last couple had double meat/double cheese.

    I wasn't there for that, but I sat with them at a wedding main table, and we decided that no serving plate would leave the men's end of the table with food on it. Keep in mind, they're....6-2, 225 and 6-4, 300ish, and I'm 5-11, 170. The bride's brother (works out, 3% body fat and no visible hair below his ears) sat with mouth agape at the destruction we put forth. We cleaned the first round of everything, didn't count on the catering company just bringing more of everything. Gave it a good run, but realized at some point, they'd just bring more.



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    Re: Friday OT- Eating competitions...

    In 8th grade I ate a whole Happy Joe's large pizza at our post season football party.

    In 11th grade I ate two, one-pound hamburger steaks with gravy and grilled onions and peppers at Lambert's Cafe in Sikeston MO.

    In 12th grade I did the Rama-lama-ding-dong at Ruttles. That was 10 scoops of ice cream on a 9x9 pan of brownies, two bananas, whipped cream, chocolate sauce, nuts and a cherry. Ruttles was a 50's themed resteraunt on South Duff approximately where Texas Roadhouse is now.

    In related news, I'm fat.


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    Re: Friday OT- Eating competitions...

    Quote Originally Posted by besserheimerphat View Post
    In related news, I'm fat.
    I assumed the majority of people posting in this thread would be :)


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    Re: Friday OT- Eating competitions...

    Quote Originally Posted by 00clone View Post
    2 friends walk into Subway, one claims he's so hungry he could eat a 6 foot sub. The other says that he'll pay for them if he can do it. He did...I think the last couple had double meat/double cheese.

    I wasn't there for that, but I sat with them at a wedding main table, and we decided that no serving plate would leave the men's end of the table with food on it. Keep in mind, they're....6-2, 225 and 6-4, 300ish, and I'm 5-11, 170. The bride's brother (works out, 3% body fat and no visible hair below his ears) sat with mouth agape at the destruction we put forth. We cleaned the first round of everything, didn't count on the catering company just bringing more of everything. Gave it a good run, but realized at some point, they'd just bring more.
    I've got 2 brothers getting married this summer and will have to remember this.


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