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Man annihilates £20 breakfast challenge that's never been completed before

Man annihilates £20 breakfast challenge that's never been completed before

YouTuber BeardMeatsFood demolished a full Welsh breakfast in no time

YouTuber BeardMeatsFood went where no man has gone before - by demolishing a £20 breakfast challenge.

The 37-year-old streamer, who's real name is Adam Moran, has over two million subscribers on the platform and is known as a professional competitive eater from Yorkshire.

YouTuber BeardMeatsFood went where no man has gone before - by demolishing a £20 breakfast challenge.
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Before he accomplished the challenge of eating a s**t ton of scran at Flintshire's The Hope and Anchor, Moran said: "Sure I've done plenty of full English breakfast challenges over the years, but have you ever seen a full Welsh breakfast? No?

"Well, they're pretty much the same thing, but it puts an interesting slant on the title of this episode..."

Explaining the challenge, he said: "£20 to order, but if you can sink ten sausages, ten rashers of bacon, six slices of toast, four slices of fried bread, eight eggs, eight hash browns, eight slices of black pudding, four slices of white pudding, tomatoes and a bowl of baked beans, the whole thing is yours FREE OF CHARGE.

"Not to mention the spot on the so far unoccupied wall of fame. Time to go to work."

The 37-year-old streamer, who's real name is Adam Moran, has over two million subscribers on the platform and is known as a professional competitive eater from Yorkshire.
BeardMeatsFood

As he seemingly breezes through the challenge, which he completes in just under 24 minutes, the YouTuber then has the audacity to ask what's for dessert.

After completing the challenge back in July, his viral vid has almost amassed two million views and people are simply 'amazed' at what he can eat.

One person commented: "£20 for all that is pretty impressive given it looks good quality & well cooked too."

A second said: "The amount of food that man can eat in such a short time is amazing. Props to The Beard."

"You're a machine! That was truly an amazing performance, Mr. Beard. 20 pounds for all that food actually seems like a good deal to me," a third person added.

Other fans were just grateful for the content, with one person writing: "Thank you for getting me through one of the hardest times of my life. Around this time last year, I fell on some unfortunate times and YouTube was my only companion.

"I found your videos, binged them all and have been a faithful viewer ever since. Don’t know if you’ll ever see this, but if you do, thank you for being you."

Another added: "Nothing makes me smile more then coming home from a 12 hour shift to a Beardmeatsfood video. Always love your content and new achievements you make. Lots of love from Michigan."

In case you might be wondering, 'how come this guy never puts on weight?', Moran explains: "I eat like this for 1 hour of a 168 hour long week. In simple terms, I eat at caloric maintenance over the course of time, meaning I don’t gain weight.

"If you're interested in learning more, see the ‘But How Come You're Not Fat' and 'It Was Just A Normal Day...' videos available on my channel."

Featured Image Credit: BeardMeatsFood

Topics: UK News, Food And Drink