Loyal McDonald's patron Don Gorske of Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, continued his 46-year streak of eating multiple Big Mac burgers almost every day, with Friday's Big Mac getting him up to No. 30,000. Over the weekend, he chomped down his 30,000 Big Mac.
But it's not just eating Big Macs that Don loves - he's passionate about everything surrounding them too.
Now age 64, Goerske is a retired prison guard, and he's as into Big Macs as ever. On the day McDonald's founder Ray Kroc died in 1984, Gorske ate his 5,978th Big Mac.
He told WBAY: 'If I go for 40,000, that'll take me another 14 years or whatever like that.
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Guinness World Records has recognised Gorske for the most Big Macs consumed since 2016, when his tally was 28,788.
He suffers from obsessive compulsive disorder and has kept nearly every receipt for every Big Mac he's purchased.
"People make fun of me, but it never bothered me", Gorske said.
In case you're wondering, Gorske says his cholesterol and blood pressure are normal and he weighs five pounds less than he did when he ate his 25,000th Big Mac in 2011. He made a promise to his mum who made him promise not to eat a Big Mac on the day she died on 27 April 1988.
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Gorske has appeared in numerous television shows including Rachel Ray Show, Oprah, Jimmy Kimmel Live, Inside Edition, and Lopez Tonight.
Ruase added: "Don has a passion for Big Macs like no other".
He says although he does not work out, he stays busy all day long due to his hyperactive personality. The first day missed was the hardest, Gorske said, and that was in 1982, when he drove in a snowstorm to get his sandwich, and the restaurant was closed. "Maybe I'll be eating it when I catch myself on the news, who knows?" he says.
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