Someone Actually Ate That Famous (And Giant) GTA San Andreas Fast Food Order

Last year, some people became obsessed with an old fast food order that happens in GTA San Andreas. And now, a competitive eater tracked down all the food in real life, ordered it, and then tried to eat it all in one sitting.

Matt Stonie is a YouTuber who creates food challenge videos, such as eating a giant bowl of Cheerios. At some point, he came across an internet post that detailed exactly what a GTA character named Big Smoke ordered in-game, and decided to use that as inspiration for one 37,600+ kilojoule mega-meal that spans multiple fast-food restaurants. Behold:

In GTA San Andreas, during the mission "Drive-Thru", you and a few other characters go through a Cluckin Bell drive-thru. Big Smoke, one of the leaders of the Grove Street Family gang, proceeds to order a ridiculous amount of food. His complete order is:

Two number 9s

A number 9 large

A number 6 with extra dip

A number 7

Two number 45s

One with cheese

And a large soda

It's one thing to figure out what the real world version of this order would look like, but actually seeing it on a table is another thing. Something I didn't realise when I first played San Andreas is that nearly every item Big Smoke orders comes with fries and a soft drink. It takes Stonie 35 minutes to complete the challenge!


    competitive eater

    I think this is a synonym for Darwin Award candidate.

    Just tweeted LA Beast so see if he can beat this time! :D

      Love the guy but there's no way he could go toe-to-toe with Stoney!

        I dunno man, he's just busted quite a few world records. Be interesting to see if he could, or at least how close he could get? Beasts pretty damn decent.

        That being said, out of the two of them, Stonie does impress me far more. How the HELL does he pack it all away!!!!!

    I hate Mc Dog Food, but for some reason that vid made me hungry as hell.

    That's cute. Pretty sure Yuka Kinoshita has him beat though.

    Jesus. I couldn't even pack away a Cooper's Alehouse parmie in that amount of time.

    I'll take multiple small bites out of this thing to make it look like I'm eating lots.

      It's not for show, it's part of the competitive eating technique. Easier to swallow faster. Big bites would slow you down.

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