How do I explain this? I'm a skinny guy who can eat a lot of food sometimes. I think I could eat more back in high school, but on occasion I can still pack it in. I guess these records are only funny because I'm quite skinny. If I were really fat, they probably wouldn't be funny at all, but just disgusting.
Record Place Date 12-by-12 In-N-Out Burger (12 beef patties, 12 slices of cheese, one bun), with fries and Coke Fisherman's Wharf In-N-Out, San Francisco Oct 2001 6 dozen Wings (72) w/ hot sauce on 10¢ wing night Dancing Bear Happy Hour, Vail, CO Summer 1993 50 individual ribs w/ sauce Deerfield, MA 1992 32 Dunkin' Donuts (all varieties, in one sitting over 3 hours). Cut myself off because I just wasn't full. Deerfield, MA 1990 8 Chicken Cutlet sandwiches w/ LTM and bun in one 45 min lunch Deerfield, MA 1993 4 plate-sized pancakes (1/2 thick, size of large plate, choc. chip. w/ chocolate sauce and whipped cream), tied record set by truck driver in 1984. Consumed after 7-mile run to restaurant, took cab back Rainbow Bend Diner, Greenfield, MA 1992 McDonald's record: All 4 Extra Value meals in 1993 (Big Mac, 2 Cheeseburgers, McChicken, Filet-o-Fish) plus 2 Fried Apple pies and a hot fudge sundae; Total calories: 5,060. Consumed after 2 week backpacking trip. McDonald's in N. Vermont Summer 1993 3 plate-size burgers w/ LTM, American cheese, bun, and fries Ivy Club Burger Day 1996 40 wings at all-you-can-eat Monday Night Football deal, established restaurant record Bear Bar, Upper East Side, NYC Fall 1998 Annual '50 in 60' Wing Competition; finished 50 wings in 23 minutes 5 Olde, Hanover, NH Spring 2004