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Man spends $141 at McDonald's, creates the McEverything

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A Wisconsin man orders 43 sandwiches at McDonald's to make a super-sized sandwich of his own creation.  And it only cost him $141.

Mike Chipman built what he's calling the McEverything- a towering monument to the golden arches.  He planned to go to a McDonald's and order one of everything on the menu, both dinner and breakfast items.  Chipman stacked them all together into one huge sandwich.
  His only response from the golden arches crew, "Why?"

"Why not?” asked Chipman.  “The first guy that climbed Mt. Everest and they asked him why and he said because I can, you know. Because no one has."

In case you're wondering Chipman ordered a diet coke to wash it all down.

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