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Man Stacks 43 Burgers For A Meal

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Calorie count was definitely not on Nick Chapman's mind when he went to McDonald's and stacked 43 different burgers into one tower of McAwesome. He called his creation "McEverything," and it rang up $140.33.

Nick had to go to the store 30 minutes prior to the end of breakfast service to get his recipe completed. To stack his sandwich properly, Nick had to use bamboo skewers. He didn't anticipate it to be so high, but he's very happy because he now has breakfast, lunch and dinner covered for days.

According to Nick, from his site DudeFoods, "I have a bucket list, but instead of things like sky diving, swimming with sharks or other death defying feats of adventure that you'd find on most typical bucket lists mine is completely food related. The number one thing on my list for two or three years now has been to make this sandwich..."

Eating his McEverything might just be a death-defying feat. Nick has been known for his wild and calorie-dense creations. Some of his past feats include a sweet and sour chicken in a wonton cone, a 100% cheese grilled-cheese sandwich and a 25 cheese pizza.

Despite Nick's appetite and his ability to create foods of gluttony, he wasn't always so loving of foods.

"I was a SUPER picky eater growing up but that sort of just changed as I got older," Nick tells FOX 29. "It's funny because my mom will still comment on that to this day and say things like 'I can't believe some of the stuff you blog about! You used to be SO picky!'"

Nick credits his ability to stay thin to not eating sweets very often.

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