When Arnold Schwarzenegger makes a sandwich, he makes the Steak and Egger sandwich. Here’s the thing about the Steak and Egger sandwich: it has so much protein, it could kill probably kill a man. The massive sandwich sports 78,583 calories and 4,172 grams of fat. The Epic Meal Time crew used Arnold’s tank for cooking up their large, protein-filled ostrich eggs.
Christina, 23, from Mississippi moved to Houston in a bid to get bypass surgery, but instead of losing weight from her 640lb frame over a four-week period she gained 17lbs. ‘This is very, very disturbing behavior. This is a sign of a very dysfunctional family dynamic,’ Dr. Nowzaradan tells viewers in the footage. Christina tries to protect her family by suggesting her weight gain is the result of water retention. However, Dr. Nowzaradan swiftly puts her straight.
Two beloved, if crude, Canadian entertainment institutions have come together in a glorious blur of bacon and rum and Cokes. The Trailer Park Boys joined Epic Meal Time to make a “Trailer Park Sandwich.” Ricky, Julian, Bubbles, Randy and Randy’s glorious unclothed gut were all in character for the occasion, of course.
For those not familiar with industrial food processes, it’s a disturbing and unsettling experience. Director Ron Fricke isn’t an impartial observer of these processes either. His choice of imagery, ended by an obese man preparing for surgery implies that what he is showing to you represents a sad consequence of mindless consumption. Food for thought. For more information regarding this visually stunning documentary titled ‘Samsara’ visit their Facebook.
The L.A. BEAST is no stranger to consuming some of the hottest peppers and food dishes in existence. In an effort to add another notch to his spice belt, the L.A. BEAST happily accepted the challenge to drink an entire gallon of Tabasco Sauce. That’s 7,000 Scoville Heat Units. Do not try this at home!
In an effort to overcome the battle with his arch-nemesis Wasabi, and his great animosity towards Soy Sauce and Sushi, The L.A. Beast decided to take on a challenge that he narrowly defeated 2 years ago called The Reverse Sushi Roll Challenge. The rules are as follows: Eat one giant ball of Wasabi (crying is allowed) 2. Chug down one bottle of Soy Sauce (containing 18,000 mg of sodium) 3. Devour a King Kong sized Sushi tower. 4. No time limit, and projectile puking is allowed. Also consulting your doctor afterwards isn’t a bad idea.
McDonald’s world famous chicken McNuggets have a bad reputation and are surrounded by controversy. Rumors state they contained pink slime or other nasty mystery meats until 2012, when it became public, then of course they stopped. In this new video, they reveal exactly what their McNuggets are made out of now days and how they are manufactured.
Drinking a 2 liter Coke without burping seems like an impossible challenge. I can’t even take a sip of Coke without letting out a little tiny burp. Matt Stonie, however, seems to handle it like a champ. And the burp he lets out at the end is something that I can only strive to accomplish in my lifetime. I’ve heard death metal bands who wished they sounded like that.
Everyone loves Gummy Bears. But they’re terrible for you. They’re literally globs of sugar, starch, syrup and gelatin. So it’s understandable that people would be tempted to try a healthier variety. Enter Haribo Sugarless Gummy Bears. According to the unfortunate souls who made the spur-of-the-moment decision to purchase and consume these dark but colorful creations, that $25 will also get you flatulence that sounds “like trumpets calling the demons back to Hell,” and diarrhea that feels like “someone tried to funnel Niagara Falls through a coffee straw.” Full respect goes out to L.A. Beast for this one.
Grill’d knows the scorching Aussie summer temperatures can be rough, so they are running Australia’s first temperature controlled giveaway. When the temperature rises to a certain level, you can score yourself free burgers, beers and other rad deals. Burger fans are encouraged to sign up via the Grill’d Facebook page and pick up a free ‘Meatwave’ registration card at their local restaurant. On Monday of each week, a temperature target will be nominated at www.grilld.com.au/meatwave. When the target temperature is reached, the region will be highlighted ‘Active’, giving ‘Meatwave’ card holders the chance to visit their nearest restaurant and claim their free item or deal!
Contrary to popular belief, following a diet of exclusively fast food does not necessarily lead to weight gain, as one man recently discovered. John Cisna, a high school biology teacher from Ankeny, Iowa, documented the changes his body underwent throughout the three months that he ate nothing but McDonald’s – with very surprising results. So wait a minute, he got 90 days of free McDonald’s? This guy is genius!