Don Gorske, 64, ate his 30,000th Big Mac.
He made the news in October when representatives from the Guinness Book of World Records came to Fond du Lac to record him eating his 29,482nd Big Mac, an event that was broadcast on a Facebook Live feed. 'It's pretty much two Big Macs a day'.
This record means that he has eaten at least one Big Mac per day since 1972.
But to understand just how devoted a fan Gorske is, I think we need to break out the calculator. It wouldn't be the first time. In this photo illustration, a McDonald's Big Mac and french fries are seen on a tray on April 30, 2018 in Miami, Florida.
Indeed, Gorske reports that there have only been eight days during which he didn't eat a Big Mac that entire time: once because an intense snowstorm stopped him from reaching McDonald's, and once on the day in 1988 when his mother died.
He suffers from obsessive compulsive disorder and has kept nearly every receipt for every Big Mac he's purchased.
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In fact, when Gorske ate his 20,000th Big Mac on July 19, 2004, he told us thirty thousand "isn't that far off". The man lost around 7,000 containers in 1990 when a tornado hit his house.
He even has the day when McDonald's switched to shredded lettuce marked down: February 10, 1999.
"Don has a passion for Big Macs like no other", Rause said.
Gorske, tall and lanky, has a meticulous memory and a penchant for details.
On Friday, he ate his 30,000th order.
As for his health, Don poo-poos the naysayers and health brigade, saying that at his last medical check-up, he had low cholesterol and "perfect" blood pressure. He gave them a half-hour presentation before taking that record-breaking bite into two all-beef patties, special sauce, lettuce, and onions on a sesame seed bun.