USA man takes big bite at record: 30k Big Macs

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In 2006, he crossed the finish line of the San Diego marathon with his 21,387th Big Mac in hand.

The McDonald's restaurant on Military Road publicized the Big Mac fan's feat at 3:00 p.m.

Over the years, he's preserved and categorised everything related to his Big Mac obsession but in June 1990, a tornado blew the eaves off his house and 7,000 Styrofoam cartons were damaged. Gorske's approach has been much more measured than that over the years, but still might seem excessive to some.

Nick Bohr, a reporter for WISN, an ABC affiliate in Milwaukee, documented Gorske's 30,000th Big Mac.

Don Gorske holds the world record for "Most Big Macs Consumed" and now, he's hit a milestone: his 30,000th Big Mac.

Look no further than Don Gorske of Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, who recently achieved his lifelong dream of eating 30,000 Big Macs.

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"Don has a passion for Big Macs like no other", Rause said.

Asked about the haters and doubters, Gorske was serene: "People make fun of me, but it never bothered me".

Indeed, Gorske reports that there have only been eight days during which he didn't eat a Big Mac that entire time: once because an intense snowstorm stopped him from reaching McDonald's, and once on the day in 1988 when his mother died. He's eaten at least one nearly every day, since May 17, 1972. He says his cholesterol and blood pressure are normal.

Gorske has appeared in numerous television shows including Rachel Ray Show, Oprah, Jimmy Kimmel Live, Inside Edition, and Lopez Tonight.

But it's an absurd number of Big Macs. He has enjoyed an average of two sandwiches almost every day since that magical day.

"I love the patties, I love the sauce, I can't get enough of it", said the Wisconsin native. "Maybe I'll be eating it when I catch myself on the news, who knows?" he says.