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  • Are You Ready for the 8,000 Calorie Breakfast That Comes Complete With a Waiver to Sign?

    If you’re a fan of Man vs. Food, you’ll love this one. Introducing the breakfast that contains more than four times the FDA’s recommended daily intake of calories!

    It’s called “The Hibernator,” and it’s the evil invention of Mark Winder, who owns the Bear Grills Cafe & Sandwich Bar in England’s town of Congleton. Here’s what the platter consists of:

    • 8 pieces of bacon
    • 8 sausages
    • 4 hash browns
    • 4 fried eggs
    • a 4-egg cheese omelette
    • 4 waffles
    • 4 pieces of toast
    • 4 pieces of fried bread
    • 4 pieces of black pudding
    • 2 ladles of beans
    • 2 ladles of tomatoes
    • mushrooms
    • fries
    • a 2-pint milkshake

    Oh yeah, and it’s all served on top of a four-foot turkey platter. Yum.

    The idea is simple: if you can finish the whole meal in one hour, you’ll win £100, get your name added to the restaurant’s Wall of Fame, and even have the breakfast named after you. Then, you’ll get to pick another ingredient to add to the concoction — you know, since you can never have too many calories, or something. And if you think an entire hour isn’t fair, consider the fact that the original rules called for completing the meal in just 30 minutes!

    Yes, you have to sign a liability waiver in order to eat this one, and additionally, you must be over 18. “The Hibernator” costs just a bit over 25 American bucks, but the dozens of people who have tried and failed at the challenge so far say it’s worth it.

    Besides, we all love multitasking these days, don’t we? You might as well get four meals out of the way in one sitting, #amirightguys?

    Incidentally, I’ve heard that Rosie O’Donnell has expressed interest in the game, but she was concerned that there wouldn’t be enough food for her.

    Which reminds me…


    Matt Fox

    Senior Editor

    Fox has history in broadcasting that spans two decades. From his early days as an FM host and club DJ in the mid-90′s to his later experiences in political talk radio, he has always had a knack for combining topical news with his love for popular culture. Those experiences culminated in his position as executive producer for several radio shows featured in the TALKERS Heavy 100. Originally from New York, Fox has made the great pilgrimage down to sunny south Florida.

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