Oh, maybe this is why I gained five pounds over Thanksgiving.
December 17th, 2009 by plumpdumpling

In the wake of Eating the Road‘s unapologetically gluttonous fast food romp, the Big McSausage Egg Surf & Turf Mac, I feel confident that the Internet can handle my own Tower of Gorge:

click here for the full size, which is really, really enjoyable for a second until you think about it and puke

That’s two McDonald’s cheeseburgers, an everything bagel with garden vegetable cream cheese from Tim Horton’s, and a Pizza Hut personal pan pizza, topped off with extra pickles. The pumpkin pie milkshake that I followed it up with isn’t pictured but was heartily enjoyed. My total caloric intake for that meal alone and not including the Cheesecake Factory or Dairy Queen I no doubt had for dinner that night?

1631. And that’s based on the nutrition facts supplied by the various restaurants’ websites, which you know are severely underestimated.

You can’t really blame me, though. If NYC had more of the chain restaurants I love, I wouldn’t have to get all spastic every time I go home to Ohio for Thanksgiving. And Christmas. And the 4th of July. And my dad’s birthday. And my own birthday. And several random weekends throughout the year when I pretend to want to see my family and friends but really just want easy access to a Taco Bell.

I did just gulp a huge glass of water after writing this out of guilt, though, if that makes you feel any better.

8 Responses  
  • kimz writes:
    December 17th, 200910:26 amat

    You’re amazing.

  • Eating The Road writes:
    December 17th, 200910:52 amat

    Did you really eat all of that? That’s incredible….my sangwich, unfortunately or not, went to waste. I couldn’t bring myself to delve into it.

  • Ash writes:
    December 17th, 200911:53 amat

    I am shocked to find out that all of this is less than 2000 calories. According to my weighing scale if I ate all of that for the day my weight would be maintained. Now, my cholesterol level on the other hand, would probably not be doing so well.

  • Bachelor Girl writes:
    December 17th, 20091:27 pmat

    That is quite possibly the most delicious-looking thing I have ever seen.

    My gluttony knows no bounds.

  • Tracey writes:
    December 17th, 20096:59 pmat

    Hey, way to Photoshop out my table. Your megasandwich looks much nicer when it’s floating in mid-air.

  • Tracey writes:
    December 17th, 20097:03 pmat

    Also, I can’t imagine eating all of that crust and bread in one sitting, but I totally think you’re onto something with those flavors. I would love to eat a cheeseburger topped with pizza toppings and garden vegetable cream cheese with an everything bagel for a bun.

  • Sarah K writes:
    December 17th, 20097:03 pmat

    What I want to know is, where did you get a pumpkin pie milkshake?

  • Natasha - 5 Star Foodie writes:
    December 21st, 200912:12 amat

    I love this image of the mega sandwich& pizza! cool!

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