My Hero: Matt Stonie Eats 17 McDonald's Hash Browns In One Minute

November 29, 2016


Seen here looking like a man who's never experienced regret in his life, Matt Stonie pounds 17 McDonald's hash browns in one minute. Now listen: eventually I'm going to stop posting Matt Stonie videos, but for right now he's kind of my personal hero and I want you to know how much he means to me. You see the thing is, so far today I've eaten a protein shake, Greek yogurt, and a chicken breast with broccoli and brown rice, so I'm kind of living vicariously through him until my doctor says I'm healthy enough to live another year, at which time I'll immediately run out and try to push that number back down under a month. I'm a health nut.

Keep going for the video while I daydream about those McDonald's fried holiday pies with the custard inside and sprinkles on top. Please do those next, Stonie.

Thanks to blue16, not to be confused with Yellow #5, which, at least according a kid on the back of the school bus, is the food coloring they put in Mountain Dew that can shrink your penis.

  • TheQiwiMan

    This man is the hero Gotham needs.

  • Jenness

    How does this guy not die? This isn't even fun to watch, that salt is going to have him blow up, retain water and the fat is going to send a clog of cholesterol right to his brain.

  • da1nonlysage

    He's been doing this his whole life; he's the hot dog speed eating champ.

    Watch him outlive most of the people on this site, especially GW

  • GeneralDisorder

    You can tell he's skinny and that helps. His gut has more room to stretch. He also uploads in bursts. On average one video per week.

    So one challenge each week. He probably doesn't eat anything or at least not much of anything before or after the challenges.

    It's still terribly unhealthy but it's not like this a normal every day thing he's doing. The body can recover from some pretty serious shocks. As for cholesterol usually people with bad cholesterol are older and have been eating poorly their whole lives. Perhaps even have a family history of bad cholesterol. That wouldn't be much of a concern usually.

  • The_Wretched


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