In the last forty-four years, there have been only eight days in which he did not eat a Big Mac - most recently, on 23 November 2000.
"Every 10,000 takes me 14 years, so you look ahead and it's like wow". He's eaten at least one nearly every day, since May 17, 1972.
Gorske - famously featured in the 2004 documentary "Super Size Me" because of his obsession with the 563-calorie, fat-laden sandwiches - insisted that his health is great. "And like I say, I hope to keep hitting them for awhile yet", Gorske said.
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"While he has managed through the years to preserve and categorize most everything related to his Big Mac obsession, he did lose about 7,000 or so Styrofoam cartons that were damaged in a tornado that blew the soffits off his house on June 2, 1990", the paper reported.
The food chain promoted the Big Mac fan's record-breaking ingestion, which happened under the "golden arches" on Military Road at 3 p.m. McDonald's Fox Valley's franchise owner D.W. Rause was there for the event.
But "it's not a disorder at all", he said. And that in turn would work out to consuming 1.786 Big Macs every single day since the Nixon administration.