Quick – what’s the first thing you think of when you hear the words “competitive eating”? If the answer is a hot chick from New Zealand trying to break the record for most McDonald’s burgers eaten at one time, this will be the best article you’ll read all day.
Nela Zisser wanted to eat 100 of the burgers at once to smash the current record of 62. She only ended up eating 45, but we still give her props for indulging in nearly 12 pounds of Ronald McDonald’s grub.
She said “I probably could have done more if I’d given myself a break and just like relaxed more but to be honest the taste just got to me in the end and I don’t think i could do another one.” Here she is not eating.
“It felt like a long time and I didn’t feel great afterwards.” To that we can only add “no duh!”
In fairness though, she warned her many social media fans not to try it at home as it takes lots of practice. Words of wisdom indeed – and perhaps you need not just practice but a cast iron stomach.
She’s not the only relatively thin woman known to indulge like a champ. Molly Schuyler has won many competitions, not least of which was scarfing down 363 chicken wings in 30 minutes to win the Wing Bowl. She also can attack a burrito.
Miki Sudo is both a bona fide hottie and a fierce competitor. Among her many “wins” are eating 8.5 pounds of kimchi in 6 minutes, 40 hot dogs in 10 minutes and 4.8 pounds of ribs in 8 minutes.
Nela’s real competition though is Yuka Kinoshita, who owns the McDonald’s record of 62.