This 8,000-Calorie Breakfast Requires a Signed Release Form
Breakfast. The most important meal of the day. The one time of day you are encouraged to eat bacon and eggs with absolutely no guilt. That's because a couple of eggs and a few strips of bacon clock in at, what, 400 calories? What if your favorite breakfast goodies tipped the scale at a massive 8,000 calories? There might be some guilt involved, in that case.
Bear Grills in Cheshire, England just started serving up something called the Hibernator. It's a whopping 8,000 calories of breakfast item goodness. What's in this beast? Eight pieces of bacon and eight sausages, four hash browns, four pieces of toast, four potato waffles, four slices of fried bread a four-egg cheese omelette, beans, fries and, for health purposes, tomatoes and mushrooms. Just in case you aren't satisfied by the spread laid out in front of you, it also comes with a giant milkshake. Cool!
The breakfast is so huge, as a matter of fact, that the restaurant's owner has begun forcing people to sign a release form if they want to get their swine on. The meal costs around $25 but if you hate yourself enough to finish the whole thing, you get it for free.