Don Gorske holds the world record for "Most Big Macs Consumed" and now, he's hit a milestone: his 30,000th Big Mac. According to his own calculations, there have only been roughly eight days in that time when he didn't eat a Big Mac.
This Big Mac fan has become a big deal. That includes a 1982 day in which a snowstorm shut down the restaurant, as well as the day his mom died in 1998.
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Gorske says that regardless of consuming the fast-food favourite not less than as soon as a day, his ldl cholesterol and blood strain readings are each regular. On the day that McDonald's founder Ray Kroc died in 1984, Don ate Big Mac number 5,978.
He ate his 20,000 Big Mac in 2004. USA Today reports that he has thousands of receipts, sandwich wrappers, and containers.
Gorske has appeared on the "Rachael Ray Show", "Jimmy Kimmel", "Lopez Tonight", "I've Got a Secret", "Oprah" and "Inside Edition".
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He chomped his way into the record books Friday after eating his 30,000th Big Mac. He also was featured in the movie "Supersize Me".
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