Big Mac Attack — 36 Years’ Worth


I usually don’t post about silly food items in the news, but since my friend Holly Moore was one of the creative forces behind the discovery of the Big Mac, I thought I’d bring up the story of the Wisconsinite who has managed to eat a Big Mac every day for the past 36 years (except for the day his mother died, and only because she had somehow asked him not to). A damn Big Mac every single day for 36 years — that’s about 23,000 (or 46,000 all beef patties). Can you imagine working with this guy? “Hey, Don, want to join us for lunch today? We’re getting pizza. Oh, you already have plans? How but next week? Oh, you’re busy then? What, you’re busy for the next 36 years??? Um, er, OK, Don.”

He also doesn’t have to worry about what to make for lunch.

And by the way, he has kept every one of his receipts.

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4 Responses to Big Mac Attack — 36 Years’ Worth

  1. Dana says:

    46,000 all beef patties special sauce lettuce cheese pickles onion on 23,000 sesame seed buns.

  2. I’ve heard that the McRib is back. No love for the McRib?

  3. Varmint says:

    I’ll let you know in 36 years.

    Seriously, the McRib has had more comebacks than, oh, Billy Martin, Frank Sinatra, Michael Jordan and anyone else who has retired/been fired multiple times.

  4. mssc54 says:

    Varmint

    Man I like your sense of humor. I’m gunna hafta keep track of you. lol

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