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The McEverything Is a Combination of 43 McDonald's Sandwiches

Look upon my works, ye mighty, and despair.

Gaze upon the work of Nick of DudeFoods. It is a glorious, but it is also sad. For what worlds are there now for Nick to conquer? He writes:

After all 43 sandwiches were finished and sitting at my table I got to work putting the McEverything together. I originally anticipated it only being a couple of feet high, but as you can see from the pictures it ended up MUCH taller than that. I took a few photos along the way as well just so the whole thing wouldn’t be a total waste if ended up tumbling over onto the floor before I finished stacking all the sandwiches on top of one another. Oh, and if you’re wondering how I held the entire thing together the answer is bamboo skewers… lots and lots of bamboo skewers….

At the link, you can see more photos and read the story of our hero's journey into greatness.

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Seriously, dude, using an "Oxymondias" quote so soon after the Breaking Bad episode of the same title? Is that suggesting the creator is some kind of 'Heisenburger'? (I was very uncertain about using that joke myself)

I'm not really not all that impressed by that Leaning Tower of Mac myself. Not after the true awesomeness that was The In-N-Out 100x100, which was actually made by In-N-Out, thanks to their 'unlimited add meat and cheese' policy (since rescinded). The 'McEverything' is nothing but a Sandwich Jenga, and cheating at that with the bamboo skewers.

If I were doing this (which I am NOT, please don't dare me), I would make it into a single megametamagnasandwich, discarding top or bottom buns (depending on where the cheese is glued to) and stacking it as a Big-Mac-esque 43-44-decker. Then, I would use some of the surplus buns to accommodate layers of french fries and McNuggets. And what about McWraps? I'd unwrap them and stack the contents, with tortillas overhanging. (Maybe McD's in Wisconsin doesn't have the California-esque wraps... in fact, I wonder if the local McD's has ALL those bun-bearing wiches on its menu). One more thing... I'd do it while the McRib is available and place it at the bottom, just because.

So for lack of REAL effort, the McEverything gets a C- from me... or MC-.
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