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Ambitious eater orders every sandwich on McDonald's menu, dubs it McEverything

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Nick Chipman crossed the McEverything off his bucket list recently, cramming 43 sandwiches into one. (Source: Dude Foods) Nick Chipman crossed the McEverything off his bucket list recently, cramming 43 sandwiches into one. (Source: Dude Foods)
The sandwiches stacked together were several feet tall. (Source: Dude Foods) The sandwiches stacked together were several feet tall. (Source: Dude Foods)
Chipman's receipt shows he spent $140.33 on burgers and $1 on a Diet Coke. (Source: Dude Foods) Chipman's receipt shows he spent $140.33 on burgers and $1 on a Diet Coke. (Source: Dude Foods)
Chipman ordered 43 sandwiches, breakfast sandwiches included, in one sitting. (Source: Dude Foods) Chipman ordered 43 sandwiches, breakfast sandwiches included, in one sitting. (Source: Dude Foods)
The remnants of those 43 sandwiches. (Source: Dude Foods) The remnants of those 43 sandwiches. (Source: Dude Foods)

WAUSATOSA, WI (RNN) – In one glorious McQuest of eating greatness, Nick Chipman ordered 43 sandwiches off the McDonald's menu, creating his own gigantic eat-a-palooza.

Breakfast sandwiches included, he dubbed it the McEverything.

Nick Chipman, a food blogger, has a bucket list of mostly food-related ambitions and the McEverything has been on his list for "two or three years now," he wrote on his blog, Dude Foods.

The McFeat cost him $141.33 and untold calories.

McDonald's sandwiches range from 250 calories (hamburger) to 750 calories (double quarter pounder with cheese) each.

"So why didn't I build this monster creation earlier? Honestly, I figured that if I went into a McDonald's location and ordered 43 different sandwiches … that they'd either think I was totally insane or just completely hate me for having them make so many different sandwiches as part of just one order," he wrote.

Turns out the crew at the Wauwatosa, WI, McDonald's were more than happy to be a part of his McMission.

"They even seemed a little excited to see just how tall the McEverything turned out to be," he wrote.

He assembled the sandwiches and held them together with bamboo sticks, taking a few pictures for posterity's sake, in case his creation came tumbling down.

But the hardest part?

"Not eating any of the sandwiches until it was complete. I'm a total sucker for McDonald's sandwiches, especially their McGriddles," he wrote.

And yes, he ordered a diet Coke.

No word on if he chased all that with McPepto Bismol.

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