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Competitive eating

Mad Cyril

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If you had to enter a competitive eating competition what would be your discipline.

I would go for McDonalds Fillet O'Fish because I like them and they don't fill you up at all.
 

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I dream of entering the annual Nathan's Famous hot dog eating competition in Coney Island on July 4th, but since I don't eat meat they'd have to introduce a vegetarian class. I'd do well with chocolate fingers too, just as long as the tea kept flowing to wash 'em down with.
 

MK Shrimper

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Cheap and nasty Salt 'n Vinegar own brand chip sticks. They're like heroin.
 

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Cheap and nasty Salt 'n Vinegar own brand chip sticks. They're like heroin.
I love a chipstick, but I reckon they'd cause physical pain after a few bags, and that's before you start to consider the amount of saliva you'd need to produce to swallow anything more than, say, 200g of any maize based snack.
 

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I love a chipstick, but I reckon they'd cause physical pain after a few bags, and that's before you start to consider the amount of saliva you'd need to produce to swallow anything more than, say, 200g of any maize based snack.

I'm up for a challenge.

Alternatively, these....

fishnchips.jpg
 
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Either marmite toast or cream crackers with crunchy peanut butter. Or both. I think I could put away about 10,000 calories of either of these magnificent foodstuffs.
 

Another Surrey Shrimper

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I dream of entering the annual Nathan's Famous hot dog eating competition in Coney Island on July 4th, but since I don't eat meat they'd have to introduce a vegetarian class. I'd do well with chocolate fingers too, just as long as the tea kept flowing to wash 'em down with.
Waitrose do some great tofu dogs, I have them twice a week on average.


'They called Coney Island the playground of the world......they don't sleep on the beach anymore'
 

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Peanuts. The problem is the competition would never end. I can eat those 24/7.
 
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