9/18/2008

I can't believe he ate the whole thing...



This is Tyler after eating the 4 pound Big Judd Burger at Big Judds. If you eat the whole thing, plus a basket of fries, drink and ice cream cone then it's free. What a deal...! If you eat a double (yes that would be 6 pounds) or a triple (8 pounds) you get your picture on the wall. One guy went for the quad, but didn't make it. Just a couple of observations:

1. When we were there, the people we saw (all four at one table were eating their own) should in no way be eating that much. It made me want to say, "go get a double whopper with cheese and bacon and save your self a few thousand calories".

2. If I were to eat that much, I would never tell anyone, much less ask them to take my picture after I ate it and put it on the wall.

3. I'm not sure it's a good idea to have people try to get a good deal, and their money's worth at the cost of their health. We were in rural Idaho. I really don't think there was a hospital in a 10 to 15 mile radius at least. If you are going to offer that much meat and fat to someone, at least have an ambulance standing by.

Truthfully, Tyler did not eat the whole burger. It's just my amazing photography skills that make it appear that he did. Our entire family (me and the four kids) ate about 1/4 of one. Jeff wasn't there so maybe with him we would have made it to the half way mark. Although he could have surprised me and eaten the whole thing, I'll give him the benefit of the doubt.

4 comments :

Babs said...

I'm with your #2 point. Really what women would want her photo taken. When I was going to Ricks, I went to Big Judds on a double date. My date tried the challenge...and let's just say he got so sick we didn't do much dancing after dinner. And what's funny is, I totally thought it was the most unattractive thing to try and do to impress a girl. I mean, really? Would that win you over? Yuck.

Angie said...

That is so cool that there is a place called "Big Judds!"

thepinkwhit said...

Glad to see you joined the blogging world, it can be addicting! Your little ones are as adorable as ever, and it seems like you guys are staying pretty busy.

nancy said...

Thanks for the great weekend. So much going on! The Cheesecake Factory is just a good tradition for us to keep. Thinking of you in all of your future endeavors.