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VibrationGuy

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Eat <X>, Win <Y> Sat, 05/3/03 3:07 AM (permalink)
I'm a total sucker for anything of the sort; I just added an "I Survived Tom, Dick and Harry's Supreme" t-shirt to the collection this afternoon for eating two 3/4 pound burgers. *urp*. The things I'll do for a free shirt and my picture by the door. I've also managed the 72-oz sirloin dinner at Old Country Kitchen in Portland, OR and the five-malts-in-30-minutes challenge at Crown Candy Kitchen in St. Louis, and a few that have faded into the back of my memory (sometimes, big food isn't very good food, but these three stand out as decent meals in their own right).

Since I need a hobby, anyway, does anyone have any other suggestions for places that challenge the diner to pack away a few thousand calories for sport?

Eric
 
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