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McDonald’s Invents Yet Another Absurd Food Challenge – Think You Could Do It?

Are you lovin’ it enough?

Credit: McDonalds

Do you think you could eat four Big Macs from McDonalds in one sitting? Would you do it for $120?

The Facebook group The Big Mac Meal Challenge is offering just that if you manage to successfully complete their test. However, it’s not for the faint of heart. Along with the four monstrous Big Macs, you must also finish four each of large fries and large milkshakes. And the McDonald’s employees get to choose the flavor. You have only an hour to consume it all.

The cherry on top? You have to go 30 minutes after the meal without puking.

The organizers of the group are certain that challenge success is unattainable. They noted:

“It is not a good idea to attempt this as it is physically impossible regardless of your preparations, strategy, size, or weight.

Believe us, we’ve seen it all.”

Isn’t it just a little bit strange that the people behind this challenge are the ones telling you not to attempt it? Well nonetheless, it would be nice to prove those guys wrong.

Also noteworthy is that there are no food or drink substitutions allowed. You can bring cucumber juice (gherkins) if that’s what is really your fancy. Gherkins in themselves would be enough to make almost anyone barf though.

Competitors can transform or do anything with their food that they want. One contestant even blended his meal together, which ultimately ended in failure unfortunately. As long as 100% of the food is consumed with not one crumb or drip leftover, it is of your choosing how you devour it all.

Lastly, the $120 is yours if you can adhere to all the above caveats and also film video evidence of the entire ordeal to send to the challenge referees.

Still think you’re tough enough to step up? God speed to you…just keep in mind that there is a $25 fee should you vomit. Ah those sneaky McDonald’s folks. You didn’t think they’d let you try the challenge and simply walk away when you failed did you?

Good luck to those of you who try this insanity. If you do manage to succeed, let us know. We’d love to see your victory.

See what other ridiculous ideas the chain has recently come up with here.

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