How much would someone have to pay you to eat a stick of butter by itself?
I don’t know, but my dog did it once. Will you pay him?
Salted or unsalted? I’d do it for $10 dollars…would I have to keep it down?
Jeff – you could do either salted or unsalted. I think to be fair you have to keep it down for about 3 minutes, otherwise it’s not really a successful effort.
$10.00 would be OK.
-he who stacks pork
…we should video this as a stupid human trick or something, then post it for all the readers :)…as long as I get my 10 bucks of course 😉
Ask and ye shall receive:
Chris Tingom eating a stick of butter
LOL…does this mean I owe you 10 bucks?
Pretty much yes.
(…yes, I know it really wasn’t Chris)
bwah ha ha
You know what is funny, I’ve heard that if you live far north (like northern Alaska, or Greenland or Siberia) it’s actually a piece of cake to eat butter or lard. The further south you go though it becomes impossible due to the climate.
“a piece of cake to eat butter”.
At least a weeks worth of salary because that’s how long I’d have to take off to recover. 😛
I’ll do it for $9.
I’d do it for $20, unless we’re talking about cookie dough in preparation, when it’s just two sticks of butter and a bunch of sugar – I’d happily eat that for free (go ahead, I give you permission to try it next time you bake).
… thats nothing i used to do that for kicks when i was a kid… now eating a block of lard or pot of dripping… thats a test
My dad dared me to do that when I was, say 12. I tried my best, but it was damn hard to take more than a couple big bites out of it…
funny thing is… i grew up in upstate new york, where everyone has a decent size of property (or so it seems), and once after doing donuts in an old car with a friend, he ate a whole stick of butter. the real kicker is that we were aomewhere around 12 years old.
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