Would You Eat a 30lb Burrito for Restaurant Ownership?
Can you finish a 30-pound burrito? If you can, you can be part owner of Don Chignon in Brooklyn, New York. Eating is fun, but dammit, that's one heavy burrito. Also, am I the only one who thinks that this could be a huge health hazard?
Anyway, the burrito-eating challenge begins on October 19th at the restaurant. They are offering patrons 10% ownership of the restaurant if they are able to crush this difficult feat. These are the specific terms: finish a 30-pound burrito and a ghost pepper margarita.
Gahhh ghost pepper?!
That ish is HOOOOOOTTTTT. Like, this ain't your normal hot-hot. This is like, I'm-am-going-to-knock-the-human-out-of-you-and-make-you-feel-like-your-whole-body-is-literally-burning HOT. But that's not all.
Here are all of the terms of the challenge:
-Consume everything under 1 hour
-Disqualified if there are any body fluids. This includes runny eyes and noses (seriously?)
And obviously there's the standard -- the restaurant will not be held responsible for any injuries or deaths resulting from the challenge. Seriously, I think it's humanly impossible for anyone to succeed in this challenge. And honestly, this sounds pretty damn risky. 30-pounds is a lot for one sitting -- it can probably fuck with your body in a really terrible way.
Would you be up for the challenge, in chance of becoming part owner of a restaurant?