Man Eats 203 Chips Ahoy Cookies, Lives To Tell The Tale (Video)

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“Eat 203 Chips Ahoy cookies!” someone demands of you.

“Ha, yeah right!” you’d say jokingly, though you really could go for a few cookies.

“No, actually, eat 203 cookies in less than half an hour,” the person demands, completely seriously.

“Um…”

Professional eater Matt Stonie, however, would take on the task eagerly — and he did, in 27 minutes and 33 seconds.

Armed with six packs of Chips Ahoy cookies — some chocolate chip and some, his personal favorite, with M&M’s — and two half-gallons of milk, he embarked upon his gluttonous journey and filmed it for the world to see (video below).

“One gallon of milk, 203 cookies. Let’s do it,” he begins.

He makes it look so easy, popping entire cookies into his mouth and devouring them in pleasant-sounding crunches, alternating bites with gulps of milk.

It isn’t until he’s 30 cookies in, at around 2 minutes and 50 seconds, when his expression begins to sour.

“Oh, man, my mouth is slowly starting to dry out,ā€ he complained at the 54-cookie mark. “Iā€™m definitely gonna need all of this milk.”

It’s a good thing he bought two half-gallons, then, as he was about a fourth of the way finished with the cookies and had gulped down a fourth of the milk.

He lets out a belch that “felt good” before bravely moving on.

Stonie continues with little nonsense, stopping only at important moments. He pauses to point out the beauty of the 103rd cookie, a specimen with particularly even chocolate-chip distribution.

“That’s a good looking cookie,” he observes before crushing it between his powerful jaws.

Cookie 119 is a toughie, as he stops to soothe his sore jaw. “The crunchy cookie is starting to wear down at my gums right now,” he says. He adds that his dog headbutted him earlier, whacking him square in the jaw.

Dozens of cookies later, he’s down to the final five. With a deep breath, he plows through.

After the final cookie, a victorious Stonie chugs his remaining quarter gallon of milk, swallowing the last drop at 27 minutes and 33 seconds. 

“Oh, that’s a lot of milk,” he observes.

Yes. Yes, it was.

As frighteningly impressive as his feat was, it was normal for Scottie, who has devoured five Chipotle burritos in four minutes and 25 double-fudge brownies in one minute. His outrageous exploits can be found here.

Featured Image: Kimberly Vardeman/Wikimedia Commons

Tags: chips ahoy, competitive eating, cookies, Matt Stonie, professional eater, YouTube
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Watch This Tiny Woman Eat 4,307 Calories Of KFC At Once (Video)

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It’s always surprising to see how much food a tiny person can actually put away, especially in the world of competitive eaters. Japan’s Yuka Kinoshita can personally eat an entire KFC Christmas Pack in one sitting, but don’t take it from me. You can see for yourself in the video below.

Let’s just take a second to understand what goes into the KFC Christmas Pack, shall we? Yuka begins her video by reading off the list of what’s included in her family meal for one: 5 KFC original chicken pieces, 4 chicken tenders, 10 nuggets, 2 orders of barbecue chicken nuggets and 3 medium orders of the Colonel’s coleslaw. To top it all off, Yuka also bought a premium roast chicken. As Yuka states in the video, the Japanese celebrate Christmas by eating KFC, so it’s probably safe to assume that the amount of chicken consumed here is somewhat festive in nature.

According to Metro News, the 31-year-old competitive eater makes a living from eating large quantities of food in front of the camera. As you watch her down all 4,307 of those calories, you’ll notice she enjoys eating all of the food just about as much as we enjoy watching her do it. I have to admit, I’m a bit envious, since I’d love to be able to enjoy that much food at once, and I’d be especially happy if I could remain that small while doing so.

You’ll also notice that the video’s title contains the word “Mukbang.” This mean’s “social eating,” and it’s how competitive eating began in South Korea. Clearly, it caught on and grew big enough for food-lovers like Yuka to make a living off of eating on-screen. Social eating was first meant for audiences who don’t love eating alone, so they could watch a video in which someone is eating with them. That way, no one has to feel lonely while enjoying a good meal. How cute!

Anyway, take a look at the video to watch Yuka chow down, and be sure to have some chicken handy, because you’ll absolutely grow hungry.

Sources: Metro News, Yuka Kinoshita/YouTube / Photo Credit: Yuka Kinoshita/YouTube

Tags: Christmas, competitive eating, japan, KFC
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Watch This Guy Eat A 3-Foot-Long Burrito In 13 Minutes (Video)

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Imagine trying to eat a 3-foot-long, 5-1/2-pound burrito. If you think a Chipotle burrito is big, imagine eating about 10 of those. Obviously that’s a shot in the dark. I don’t know how many Chipotle burritos would equal this giant one ā€¦ I just know it has to be a lot.

Taqueria Yareli’s of Fresno, California, sells this burrito, and it’s called “The Anaconda Burrito.” If that name doesn’t scare you away, this picture of it will:

Visalia man is first to conquer the Anaconda burrito

Even scarier? Watching someone come along and eat it right up in just thirteen minutes. That’s right, you’re about to see it yourself in the video below. According to KFSN-TV, renowned competitive eater Pablo Martinez was the first person to come along and eat an entire Anaconda Burrito.

Usually the burrito is sliced up and served to a family of four. If that doesn’t give you an idea of the task Martinez overtook, then you might as well skip right down to that video. “Burritos are my specialty,” Martinez told KFSN-TV, “this will definitely be the longest burrito I’ve eaten.”

My only answer to that is, I hope so! Anaconda Burrito creator Edwin Espinoza says that many others have come along in hopes of undertaking this task, but none yet had been successful. However, as Martinez is the first, he feels certain he won’t be the last. He says so himself: “Mark my words, I won’t be the last. There will be others who will come to do this.”

Martinez is trained, though. He’s 18th in the world for competitive eating, so just because he can do it doesn’t mean we all can. Let’s take a minute to respect this feat before we all start jumping in.

If no one ever finishes this burrito again, and it’s only Martinez, he will still have done a huge service for Taqueria Yareli’s, because it’s probably safe to bet that this story has gotten the restaurant a ton of free publicity. Even I want to go there now! Check out the video below to see Martinez in action. You don’t want to miss it.

Sources: KFSN-TV / Photo credit: Taqueria Yarelis/Facebook

Tags: Anaconda Burrito, burrito, competitive eating, Taqueria Yarelis
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Joey Chestnut Eats 70 Hot Dogs In 10 Minutes, Breaks World Record, Confounds Us All

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Competitive eater Joey Chestnut set a world record on the Fourth of July when he scarfed down 70 hot dogs in 10 minutes at the annual Nathan’s Hot Dog Eating Contest, according to the Associated Press.

To clarify, an actual 32-year-old human managed to consume 7 hot dogs per minute — the most ever devoured at the competition.

That’s not even the most he’s eaten; Chestnut set another record in June when he ate 73 1/2 hot dogs during a qualifying event.

The competitor arrived at the 2016 contest with a vengeance, as his eight-year winning streak was broken in 2015 when Matt Stonie beat him for the championship title.

Chestnut said the upset “woke up the sleeping giant” — inside of his high-capacity stomach, we guess — and stole back his thunder by ingesting a full 17 more hot dogs than Stonie. 

Chestnut claimed his revamped training regimen, which includes eating sprints and running-and-weightlifting workouts, helped him reclaim the coveted Mustard Belt, CNN reports.

They don’t call him “Jaws” for nothing.

The third-place prize winner inhaled a measly 41 hot dogs.

Sources: The Associated Press, CNN / Photo credit: Ethan/Wikimedia Commons

Tags: competitive eating, eating contest, fourth of july, hot dogs
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