Don Gorske of Wisconsin loves to eat McDonald's Big Mac so much he has eaten thousands of it over the past 46 years. Before her death, she asked Gorske to skip eating a Big Mac on the day she died, in remembrance of her.
Gorske thought he had a Big Mac saved in the freezer, but was mistaken.
Gorske typically eats 14 Big Macs each week, purchasing them in bulk and microwaving them at home, according to the Guinness book.
Naturally, he's featured in Morgan Spurlock's 2004 film Super Size Me, in which he estimated that "90 percent of [his] solid diet is probably Big Macs".
Gorske said he has eaten at least one Big Mac nearly every day since May 17, 1972, and has kept the receipts to prove it.
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Gorske also collects mementos of his Big Mac orders.
Over the past 44 years, Gorske has only gone eight days in total without consuming a Big Mac. That includes a 1982 day in which a snowstorm shut down the restaurant, as well as the day his mom died in 1998.
His cholesterol is low, his blood pressure is healthy and he weighs less now than he did five years ago when he ate his 25,000th Big Mac. He keeps tracks of receipts, containers, and sandwich wrappers.
Gorske has appeared on the "Rachael Ray Show", "Jimmy Kimmel", "Lopez Tonight", "I've Got a Secret", "Oprah" and "Inside Edition".
Don Gorske bites into his 18,000th Massive Mac at Fond du lac Excessive Faculty, in Fond du Lac, Wis., Nov. 6, 2001.