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BREAKING NEWS: Professional Strongmen Eat A Lot

Robert Oberst consumes around 20,000 calories a day. That’s the equivalent of eating 40 Big Macs, or 80 cans of Coke. Of course, Oberst doesn’t touch that kind of stuff, instead opting for the ENTIRE MEAT SECTION OF YOUR LOCAL GROCER.

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Darren Rovell Is Eating His Way Through The 2014 U.S. Open, One $125 Steak At A Time


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Atlanta Falcons To Sell Alcohol-Infused Cupcakes This Season

This one goes out to all of you closeted alcoholics out there who don’t want to be “that guy” at a football game.


Buzzfeed Made An Awesome Video Detailing What 19 Famous Athletes Eat Before They Play

Believe it or not, LeBron doesn’t eat McDonald’s before a game, despite the fast food company’s insistence that you can consume their products and still move around.


The Michael J. Fox Annual Stanley Cup Puck Cake-Binge Playoff Predictions

He’s going with the Bruins. Meanwhile, we predict Michael J. Fox will gain 17-pounds by June.

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Once You See This Video, You Will Never Eat Chicken Wings The Same Way Again

A step-by-step explanation of how to dramatically alter the manner in which you effeciently guzzle bird parts, inside.

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The Top Seven Sports Uses For Burger King’s New Hands-Free Whopper Holder

As one might imagine, Burger King’s new Hands-Free Whopper Holder has many sports applications. See the video to learn more. (Available in Puerto Rico only). Gracias, Burger King Hands-Free Whopper Holder.


Glen Davis Just Wants His Peanut Butter And Jelly Sandwich

Hell hath no fury like Big Baby Davis without his pregame PB&J sandwich.

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