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    Default Anyone man enough for this?

    Kidz Breakfast: 6,000 Calorie Fry Up Weighs The Same As A Baby...And It Could Ruin Your Heart



    A fry-up which weighs the same as a baby has been aptly named the Kidz Breakfast.

    Tipping the scales at 9lbs, this 6,000 calorie fry-up costs £15 at Jester’s Diner in Great Yarmouth, Norfolk. But café owner Martin Smith is offering the whopping meal for FREE to anyone who can finish it.

    He told The Sun: “Some people ask why we don’t serve tea or coffee with it, but we chose not to include them in the deal – caffeine is very bad for you.”

    What you get:

    Six fried eggs
    12 bacon rashers
    Four black pudding slices
    12 sausages
    Four slices of bread and butter
    Four slices of toast
    Four slices of fried bread
    Beans
    Tomatoes
    Mushrooms
    Sauteed potatoes
    An eight-egg cheese and potato omelette

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    Default Re: Anyone man enough for this?

    No tea/coffee=no lubrication

    All the bread is cheating too.

    Bloody con artist's version of 'Man vs Food'

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    Default Re: Anyone man enough for this?

    That's go_slow's normal brekky

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    Default Re: Anyone man enough for this?

    But is it any good?

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    Default Re: Anyone man enough for this?

    i dont like beans

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    Default Re: Anyone man enough for this?

    Just neck a block of lard/butter/goose fat if you want to load 6000kCals.

    Which reminds me I need to find a decent local greasy spoon. Found an ace Indian restaurant within walking distance of home, but not a proper greasy spoon yet. Nothing like a good fry up after a hairy night shift.

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    Default Re: Anyone man enough for this?

    i had a fry up this morning. i say fry up it was two pieces of morris gold black pudding, a poached egg, two slices of griddled ciabatta drizzled with a hot mustard dressing. but that's how we roll in surbiton, yo! :P

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    Might as well just shoot yourself.

    Thats my thought for today.

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    Default Re: Anyone man enough for this?

    Quote Originally Posted by dooley View Post
    i had a fry up this morning. i say fry up it was two pieces of morris gold black pudding, a poached egg, two slices of griddled ciabatta drizzled with a hot mustard dressing. but that's how we roll in surbiton, yo! :P
    I liked it better when people didn't say griddled and drizzled

    (Someone quote me so moth can approve)

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    Default Re: Anyone man enough for this?

    how would you describe it then you pan-fried freak?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dooley View Post
    i had a fry up this morning. i say fry up it was two pieces of morris gold black pudding, a poached egg, two slices of griddled ciabatta drizzled with a hot mustard dressing. but that's how we roll in surbiton, yo! :P
    Just round the corner then.

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    Default Re: Anyone man enough for this?

    Quote Originally Posted by dooley View Post
    how would you describe it then you pan-fried freak?
    Bread and scrape.

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    Default Re: Anyone man enough for this?

    Loose the omelette, Mushrooms & Tomatoes and replace them with more bacon & fried bread. Chuck the beans in a separate bowl and it'll be perfect



    Now I just need a time machine to take me back to before last weeks annual medical and I'd have a crack at it

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    Default Re: Anyone man enough for this?

    Quote Originally Posted by jabbo View Post
    Just round the corner then.
    from me, or you?

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    Default Re: Anyone man enough for this?

    Quote Originally Posted by mrlongbeard View Post
    Loose the omelette, Mushrooms & Tomatoes and replace them with more bacon & fried bread. Chuck the beans in a separate bowl and it'll be perfect



    Now I just need a time machine to take me back to before last weeks annual medical and I'd have a crack at it
    Yes much more Atkins that way except for the fried bread.

    My meat eating record is 3lb of rump steak at one sitting is this king monkey or fairy lightweight?

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