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Arnold Schwarzenegger Cooks An 80,000 Calorie Sandwich On A Freakin' TANK! You're Gonna Be Sick After Watching This Video!

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When we say 80,000 calories, what do you think of?

40 days worth of food? Yeah, that's what most normal people would think.

But not Arnold Schwarzenegger!!

When Arnie hears 80,000 calories he thinks one thing… sandwich!

When California's former governator teamed up with the guys from Epic Meal Time, things got intense.

Like, cooking ostrich eggs, each with 150 grams of protein, on the hot metal of Arnold's personal, fully functional, M47 tank kind of intense.

Combine that with almost 10,000 calories of bread, 13,000 calories of cheese and 32,000 calories of bacon and you're on your way to one hell of a Steak and Egger Sandwich.

Add a couple of extra tens of thousands of calories of beef and blammo, you've got an 80,000 calorie sandwich the likes of which has never before been seen!

PRESS PLAY (above) to see the epic sandwich being made and watch Arnold take one of the epic meal guys for a ride in his friggin' tank!! GROSS BUT AMAZING.

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Meat Is Getting New Names, We Can't Wait To Start Confusing Everything!

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Just when we thought we had a hang on what meat was what at the supermarket, the USDA approved the National Pork Board and the National Cattlemen's Beef Association to rename cuts of meat. You know, to make it easier.

But not.

The idea is to adopt a system where things are labeled like they are in restaurants, but honestly people as the real cut name to understand THOSE names. It's happening this summer!

Here are some examples:

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Burger Joint Advertises On Condoms!!

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There's a burger place called Burger Urge in Australia.

The hamburger joint is using a new and controversial advertising technique to drum up sales…

They're mailing out condoms!

The best part?

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Beef Inspection Finds Serious Yucky Risks!

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We always knew beef had risks, especially after hearing about pink slime, but after the Kansas City Star closely investigated the meat, we have become even more turned off by this icky edible!

The meat industry has been claiming that meat is safer than ever, but once the news source revealed that they found Fecal Contamination in beef, there's no way we can believe them.

The Star reported what was found at one of Tyson's beef plants, and we must say, it's NOT pretty:

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The World's Hottest Burger!!

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No, we don't mean it looks good or is sexually attractive to other burgers.

We mean there is a burger that registers over 1 million Scoville units!

That's over 100 times hotter than the average jalapeño!

The Atomic Fallout burger, sold by Atomic Burger, Bristol in the UK, is so hot, diners must be over 18, sign a waiver and wear protective gloves.

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The 50 Fattiest Foods In Each State!

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American waistlines are expanding faster than ever nowadays.

Many people blame our general lack of exercise and sedentary lifestyle, and that's a big part of it, but not all of it.

We have some of the fattiest food in the world!

Luckily, Health.com broke it down for us by state:

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Ground Beef Recalled Over Possible Salmonella

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Cargill Meat Solutions in Pennsylvania is recalling almost 30,000 pounds of ground beef.

The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) announced that the ground beef could be contaminated with Salmonella.

The product subjected to recall is:

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