If the right reward was on the line, could you individually eat every bit of food and drink in a typical 7-Eleven within 30 days?
I sense the next Morgan Spurlock documentary
Oh wait now I have to rethink my answer ????
I'll get it the old fashioned way, work my a** off!
Yes it would
I wouldn't be able to stomach all the beer
It had better be some hell of a reward...
I'm pretty sure that would kill any desire for junk food during the rest of my life, but "no thank you!"
Just pray to Hod that there aren't 50 monsters stacked up in the storage room. But if not, the appropriate payment would be 1,234,567,890$
I could see some people from Wal-Mart trying it though.
It's not poorly worded. It means what it says. What kind of challenge is it to try a little bit of everything?
the free food would be reward enough haha
Does that include the dog/cat food?
What if the prize is 40 billion dollars? You could buy your health back.
True but the quality and length are effected.
This is very poorly worded. Every bit of food in the store or to try everything. I'd try a bit of everything. Not wanting a heart attack I would not eat everything in a store.
You're still okay on this one, 'cuz there's nothing in a 7-11 that could be defined as ACTUAL meat!
Do we even have 7/11 in New Hampshire haha I've never seen one. Irving and cumberland farms should be more like it haha.
I'm in the Navy and I'm stationed over in Japan. The 7-11s around here have nasty food something's I can't even pronounce. You can keep your reward it's not worth it.
I would have to work out for 3 hours a day though and try to eat small portions so I would have room for fruits and vegetables
No one could do this. You'd have to average like 20 meals a day, and the drink wouldn't be any easier.
Kim & Go has gas stations in central Iowa also!
Think of all the beer!
Same here techkak. Just curious what route did you take medicine wise?
Dick's Sporting Goods.
I'm five feet tall and weigh none of your business but its a small amount. There is no such thing as "having room" for more, even for a reward. There's an overflow point and it ain't pretty.
Most of the food and drink they have would worsen my chronic illness so no. Besides I think it would be impossible
That sounds like the movie "Supersize Me" only at 7-11 instead of McD's
If there is ever an emergency, I am hiding out in my 7/11.
I could do it in 20 lol
No alcohol for me
Seriously. I said yes at first. But no way. I can drink some beer. But a case a day? Yeah. I can do it. Even two or three days. Done it. 30 days. No way. Like to see someone try it. Sounds like a reality show.
I'm not sure it would be possible due to the beer. Even at a steady pace, and given that your tolerance would improve you would have to drink so much beer I'm not sure it's possible. That said, for the right price I would try. Especially if I'm allowed to smoke ganja in the store.
Yeah, but I'll die a lot sooner if I drink beer, smoke cigarettes, and eat too much meat. I wanna live a long and good life.
All you health nuts know you're still going to die someday no mater what you do right?
Good point, I t was fun to answer
Watch the movie "Fathead"
You really think that?
"I would kill someone for money.
I would rape someone for money.
I would do any number of unspeakable things for money. " Do you even realize what you're saying?
Though seeing some of the comments it looks like the 7-11s around here (there aren't many) are smaller then most
All that candy and beer and the hot dogs and soda... No, no, no. ????????
At least the ones around here don't sell alcohol but more then one energy drink a day would kill me lol
30 days? Yeah I probably could... I'd gain (at least) 50 pounds and the drinks would probly be more of an issue then the food
Sounds like a good way to develop type-2 diabetes.
Said yes...had to change it. Impossible after thinking there are at least 30 cases of beers and sodas each. I have put away a case of beer in a day. But to drink a case of beer and soda for 30 days?? And have to eat at least 5-10 lbs of food on top? No way in hell...
My health is more important than the prize.
I don't think that would be possible.