He loves her.
A Wisconsin man celebrated the 50th anniversary of chewing chomp down a Big Mac almost every day by landing himself in a good spot in the Guinness World Records.
Donald Gorske, a 68-year-old Big Mac lover who hails from Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, turned off a routine at his local McDonald’s Tuesday as he celebrated five decades of everyday burger-loving fun.
It seemed fitting for Gorsek to have a Big Mac at the same McDonald’s where he had his first famous burger in 1972.
He said, “At that moment I said ‘I’ll probably eat this for the rest of my life’.” Guinness World Records.
Jursk broke the record for the most Big Mac burgers eaten in a lifetime in 1999 after dropping by 15,490. Guinness Book of Records last year Update total to 32340.
In 2004, Gorske appeared in “Super size me” A documentary about his efforts to eat burgers. In the docu, he said he always orders a cup of Coca-Cola with his Big Mac, and rarely eats French fries.
To make the moment as special as possible, the local McDonald’s in Gorsk displayed a sign outside the restaurant, reading “Congratulations on 50 Years of Macs.”
His portrait even hung on the wall inside the restaurant he used to visit religiously.
“I will probably eat a Big Mac every day for the rest of my life,” Gorsek told the outlet.
In the half-century of his affair with the Bic Macs, Gorske only missed eight days. To make up for lost time, he sometimes eats two burgers a day.
“When I like something, I stick with it all the time,” he added.
Since then, he has managed to double the record and then some.
As a testament to his unprecedented achievement, Gorske keeps each individual burger carton and receipt every time he seals lips with the bun.
Going further, the burger villain boasts a glass case in which it proudly displays McDonald’s burger boxes from different decades.
The Post has reached out to McDonald’s for comment.
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