My God: Woman Eats Six Pounds Of Yakisoba Ramen In One Sitting, Lives To Post Video

June 3, 2015


Seen here in her dining room of solitude, Japanese competitive eater Yuka Kinoshita prepares to down six pounds of Yakisoba Ramen in a single sitting. Several times she even covers the whole bowl in mayonnaise. Any idea what percentage of your daily allowance of sodium six pounds of ramen contains? Because I'm pretty sure it's over 2,000%. I don't even feel comfortable taking vitamins that contain 2,000% of essential nutrients, and I don't care if I just piss out what my body doesn't need. Also, I would argue salty is one of my least favorite of the five basic tastes, second only to 'tastes like shit'. Most people love salt though. I love eating ice cream in the shower.

Keep going for the video of Yuka destroying those noodles.

  • Holly shit! OMG!!

  • Fercho

    She's ready like not eating anything again in the next.... 6 days?

  • Jenness

    She puked that all up or she has a hole where it falls out under her clothes colostomy bag - like. People like this make money that I can't even understand - so for some it would be worth it to have a body mod to make the big bucks.

  • GeneralDisorder

    The first person to complete the challenge burger named "96-er" at Denny's Beer Barrel Pub (Clearfield, PA) was a 25 year old 105 pound college girl. That's a 6 pound burger patty with about 3 pounds of toppings.

  • Can you imagine the poops she takes.

  • Gordon Freeman

    But that's another video, altogether.

  • timeiskey

    link please

  • Hazakabammer

    I was going to say, "eat a sandwhich cus ur skinny as fuck bitch" but looks like she's way ahead of me

  • GeneralDisorder

    She's pretty close to what healthy weight people should look like. She seems to have approximately no muscle definition though and I'm sure that doesn't help one bit.

  • Dave

    Do you think it pretty much came out looking the same as it went in?

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  • iofo61

    The mayo isn't meant to improve the taste on the way in, it's helping move things along on the way out.

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  • Zirthran

    Get a boyfriend, or at least a vibrator.

  • asdfasdf

    the thing about do you /know/ she doesn't have one in right /now/? like for certain. THEY COULD BE ANYWHERE

  • Ollie Williams

    Realizing that the sodium quantity is likely different than the brand she has, the most common ramen here in the U.S., Top brand (beef, the lowest of the three- Chicken, Beef, and Oriental) ramen, has 64% of your daily sodium allowance in ONE bag. Each bag contains 3.2 ounces of freeze dried ramen. Assume we double that weight after hydration, you're looking at approximately 15 packets, which is 960% of your daily sodium allowance. Yuck.

  • GeneralDisorder

    Those little packets of ramen are labeled as two servings so each packet has 128% of the recommended daily amount in a 2000 calorie per day diet.

    Those ramen blocks and their respective seasoning packets are 380 calories per pack (and weight 3 ounces uncooked). That would be 1600 mg of sodium. Of course the American Heart Association recommends 1500 mg daily but recent research suggests that too much salt is pretty much a non-issue unless you salt the hell out of everything that goes into your gullet.

    I am curious how many calories that is in the bowl. Got to be a lot.

  • New Extension

    Not to mention the THQ that your body can't even digest.

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