Food Blogger Nick Chapman Creates Four Foot Tall Food Tower Of Every McDonald's Sandwich

| by Jonathan Wolfe

Ever wondered what it would be like to combine every sandwich from McDonalds into a massive skyscraper of processed food goodness? No? Me neither. But that's what seperates me and you from extraordinary people like food blogger Nick Chapman.

Chapman, who runs the Dude Foods blog, ordered all 43 breakfast and lunch sandwiches on the McDonald’s menu and stacked them together.

The result is a $140, 20,000+ calorie, four foot high stack of McGross.

“I originally anticipated it only being a couple of feet high, but as you can see from the pictures it ended up MUCH taller than that,' Chapman wrote on his blog. “I'm a total sucker for McDonald’s sandwiches, especially their McGriddles. The way I see it though is that with all the leftovers I have I've got all my breakfasts, lunches and dinners covered for the next week or so!”

In creating the sandwich tower, Chapman said he accomplished the number one goal on his food bucket list, which is one of the more depressing things I’ve ever heard.

Of course, words don’t do this story justice, so here are some pictures of Chapman’s masterpiece: 

Carefully Does It: Nick Chapman stacks each burger on to the top of each other using bamboo skewers to keep the creation in place


Proof of Purchase: These receipts show that Nick spent over $140 on the 43 sandwiches at his Wisconsin branch of McDonald's

Look What I Made: Nick Chapman affirms his status as a fast food god as he holds his McEverything stack created from every burger available on the McDonald's menu

Sources: Dude Foods, Daily Mail