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A brave teenager has shared a series of videos depicting his attempt at a 10,000 calorie day, chowing down on entire Easter eggs, ice cream and McDonald's before tapping out just shy of his goal.
"Right, this is what I eat in a day - 10,000 calorie edition," Vinnie says at the beginning of the clip.
He starts the day with 200g of oats, M&Ms chocolate spread and Hersheys milk chocolate drops, followed by three hot cross buns.
That's a total of 1,939 calories before 7.20am - not that far off the recommended intake for an entire day.
His second meal of the day comes from McDonald's, adding another 1,785 calories into the mix to bring the number to 3,724.
"I got two double sausage and egg McMuffins, and I got the pancake and sausage," he says, dribbling syrup over the pancakes.
"It's just turned 10 o'clock and we've just demolished all of the McDonald's.
"To be honest, I don't feel that awful after that, but we'll just have to see how it goes for the rest of the day."
Next up is a bag of five white chocolate cookies from Tesco, which comes to 995 calories for the lot.
"I feel so sick right now," Vinnie says as he chows down to bring the total to 4,719 calories - all before lunch.
Speaking of which, that's a fine spread of nuggets and chips with Nando's barbeque sauce, although by that point Vinnie says he's beginning to struggle.
Including the 1,241 calories that he's able to eat at lunch, Vinnie's now on a gut-busting 5,960, with half a day still to go.
For a sweet hit, he goes for 'three Turkish Delight bars and Galaxy Truffles from an Easter egg', which are an extra 1,239 calories.
After 'trying not to be sick all afternoon', Vinnie moves on to the Galaxy Easter egg and a tub of Turkish Delight ice cream from his local ice cream shop.
"This comes to about 1,900 calories," he says.
At 8.30pm that night, Vinnie admits he found it hard to 'stomach all of that Easter egg and ice cream, only managing 1,333 calories of the snack.
He adds: "I did as much of it as I could. I'm at 8,500 calories - I'm not going to lie to you, if I eat another mouthful of food I'm gonna puke, so I'm gonna leave it there. It has defeated me, but it is what it is."
Afterwards, someone asked Vinnie how much weight he gained after the challenge, to which he responded: "For context, I was about 78 kilos two days ago."
He then cut to a set of scales the next morning, showing the weight of 80.2kg, adding: "Obviously I know it's a lot of weight to gain, but it's obviously just the weight of the food and it'll come off in a few days."
In a later video, Vinnie also vowed to do the 10,000 calorie challenge again when he hit 2,000 followers on TikTok.
"And I won't let you down this time," he promised.
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