A single McDonald’s meal of 2,500 calories, hours of FOX News, and 12 Diet Cokes — I tried living a day in the life of Donald Trump.
I also didn’t build a single wall that day.
Everything you’ve ever wanted to know about competitive eating goes down in this episode. Crazy Legs Conti spares no detail talking about the 14 times he’s competed in the Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest, eating against Joey Chestnut, his year-round training, post-event bathroom trips, food groupies, tips for beginners, and why he hates ketchup.
Music for The Mike Janela Show provided by Grapes’ “I Dunno.” Definitely check his work out here.
I went to the first-annual MLB FoodFest this weekend, and tried as many different ballpark foods as I could in 2 hours. Every dish got a one-word review. Mostly because that’s all I had time for between bites.
Looking back, my favorites were:
VERY mad they ran out of Florida Marlins bacon-wrapped plantains. Now I’ve gotta go back next year.
Braun Strowman: WWE superstar. 6-foot-8, 385 pounds.
Me: WWE fan. 5-foot-8, 180 pounds.
The Monster Among Men consumes 15,000 calories a day, anchored by his favorite thing to order at Chipotle: a 2-pound, 1,460-calorie bowl built around three servings of steak and two of chicken. To get pumped for WrestleMania, I tried it myself for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The only thing pumped afterward was my stomach.
Check out the rest of my “Day in Their Life” series. And keep the bathroom clear.