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Man marks Christmas by eating 160 eggs

By T.K. Randall
December 25, 2014 · Comment icon 11 comments

Yizhong is no stranger to eating large amounts of food. Image Credit: Jon Sullivan
Competitive eater Pan Yizhong crammed the eggs in to his mouth as part of a promotional stunt.
While many of us today will be participating in the challenge of finishing a turkey dinner and Christmas pudding, 46-year-old Pan Yizhong from China has taken excessive eating to the extreme by scoffing 160 quail eggs in one sitting as part of a promotion for a restaurant in the country's Hunan province.

His choice of delicacy was based on the fact that the Chinese word for Christmas, Shengdanjie, contains a character that is also a homophone for the word "egg".
"At the time I got to 160, I was becoming tired of the flavour so I stopped. It wasn't because I was full," he said. "Now I'm back to normal, I've had ice cream and barbequed meat since."

Yizhong's extreme eating feats over the years have included eating 147 dumplings in one sitting and downing 40 bowls of noodles within the space of just 15 minutes.

"As a competitive eater, I want to test my limits eating all kinds of food," he said.

Source: Yahoo! News | Comments (11)

Recent comments on this story
Comment icon #2 Posted by SpiritWalker7 8 years ago
Impressive..and sort of nauseating.
Comment icon #3 Posted by libstaK 8 years ago
Um - wrong western holiday, eggs are for Easter but whatever floats his boat I guess.
Comment icon #4 Posted by bubblykiss 8 years ago
Um - wrong western holiday, eggs are for Easter but whatever floats his boat I guess. Are you telling me Santa did not want all the pickled egg and pigs feet that I have been leaving out for him?
Comment icon #5 Posted by AZDZ 8 years ago
I don't think that is what the Bible means by, a pleasing odor unto the LORD.
Comment icon #6 Posted by Red Moon 8 years ago
Ugh sick!
Comment icon #7 Posted by Ryu 8 years ago
If it was 150-160 QUAIL eggs then it doesn't really seem like that big of a deal. Have you seen quail eggs? They are really tiny. Though I loathe eggs I wonder if quail eggs taste any different from chicken eggs. However I think these eating contests/stunts are the ultimate in wastefulness as well as arrogant gluttony. Stuffing your gob just to win some stupid prize while probably in the next little hamlet you have people who would give anything to have just one quail egg.
Comment icon #8 Posted by ealdwita 8 years ago
Though I loathe eggs I wonder if quail eggs taste any different from chicken eggs. They're a little stronger in flavour than hens' eggs and they have a higher yolk to white ratio. Nice with fish.....My special favourite is with Salmon fillets and asparagus.
Comment icon #9 Posted by Sundew 8 years ago
Tisk, risk, all those eggs and no nog. Some Christmas celebration...
Comment icon #10 Posted by Cruel_Cahal 8 years ago
Sigh... some people, I swear.
Comment icon #11 Posted by third_eye 8 years ago
well at least some people do learn some lessons even if its from the hard and unfortunate way round ~ Man dies in Custer hot dog eating contest July 08, 2014 6:00 am What should have been a fun way to kick off the Fourth of July weekend quickly turned tragic for a Custer man who choked to death while trying to speedily eat hot dogs during a competitive eating contest. The crowd at Way Park in Custer, just across from the county courthouse, was stunned Thursday afternoon when one of six contestants — Walter Eagle Tail, 47 — began to choke while trying to win the contest. Paramedics who swiftly ... [More]

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