If you thought our recent /”Noah’s Ark” burger was pretty hardcore, think again. A blogger in the US has created the ‘McEverything’ — a mountain-sized artery-clogger consisting of 43 seperate menu items.
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Nick Chipman at Dude Foods clearly isn’t a man who lives by half-measures: his motto is probably “go large, or go home.” As recently chronicled on his website, Chipman spent over $140 to build a massive McDonald’s sandwich dubbed the ‘McEverything’.
To create his mammoth burger, Chipman purchased every “sandwich” that McDonald’s offers in the US and then stuck it all together with bamboo sticks. Which makes it more of a kebab than a burger, but we’re willing to let the error slide (it’s bad karma to speak ill of the soon-to-be-dead).
“When it comes to food $141.33 can get you a lot; in fact, it’s more than enough for a pretty decent meal for two at a really nice restaurant,” Chipman explained.
“Or you can do what I did recently and spend that exact same amount buying one of every single sandwich — breakfast sandwiches included — that McDonald’s offers.
“Actually, I should correct myself. The price of the sandwiches was $140.33… the extra dollar was for the Diet Coke that I added to my order.”
A Diet Coke? Either Chipman is taking the piss, or he refrained from adding up the nutritional information on all those greasy wrappings — somehow, we doubt a Diet Coke is going to improve his waistline after feasting on that monstrosity.
Apparently, eating the McEverything burger was part of his bucket list:
“Instead of things like sky diving, swimming with sharks or other death defying feats of adventure that you’d find on most typical bucket lists mine is completely food related.”
We sincerely hope it was the last thing that needed ticking off.
[Via Dude Foods]
We have a challenge for our readers — if anyone is daring or foolhardy enough recreate the McEverything, send in your photos and we’ll publish them along with the hero-worship you deserve. Alternatively, you could apply the same concept to a different fast food chain. Just don’t sue us if you contract terminal Whopperitis.