One gallon of milk- One hour... Can you do it?

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    One gallon of milk- One hour... Can you do it?


    I'm sure everyone knows about this classic. Tell a gullible friend you'll give him $100 if he can drink a gallon in an hour. Of course, no one is supposed to be able to do this. My friend got to about 2" left in the gallon before puking last night. He later tried to get me to offer again but this time with skim milk (before it was whole), but I chickened out

    Anyone ever finished the whole gallon or seen a friend do it? I'm sure there's a few on here that could.

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    Man, with as much skim as I'm drinking a day on Bobo's diet I bet I could. He wouldn't let me try with anything other than skim though.

    I did see a kid I worked with in high school (fast food) try to get a gallon using the little pints. I think he was 2 or 3 left before he nearly puked and gave up.
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    I had a buddy try the exact same thing...got to about 2" left (if that) before puking everywhere. He was drinking whole milk too. Never seen it done tho.
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    I honestly think I can do it.
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    Haha, I think I'll try to challenge few guys at my work.
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    i could do it without any doubt
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    Everyone thinks they can, but I haven't seen anyone achieve it.

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    Theres the cracker one to, and the egg one.

    5 saltines in a minute, with no water, I forget the egg one. . .

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    Quote Originally Posted by ryansm
    Theres the cracker one to, and the egg one.

    5 saltines in a minute, with no water, I forget the egg one. . .
    My friends at work CRUSHED the cracker one..One kid ate like 22 crackers in 2 minutes, no water. His trick was eating 1 at a time as fast as possible.
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    2 pieces of bread in 1 minute, no water. almost choked myself. haven't seen anyone do this one either.

    as for the milk one, it has to be whole milk. something about we can't digest that much fat at once. it's what i heard anyway.
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    i know for a fact i've done 2 pieces of break in 1 minute with no water .. i think your right about the whole milk .. lactose may play a role too
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    Could it simply be that it fills up the stomach to the point that you can't fit any more down? What is the capacity of an average stomach?
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    I've done it with skim; whole milk, no way
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    I think it's 2-3 litres

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beelzebub
    2 pieces of bread in 1 minute, no water. almost choked myself. haven't seen anyone do this one either.
    I was about ready to meet my maker the other morning on a heaping tablespoon of peanut butter. Need to label some kind of choking hazard on that ****.
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    I actually don't think you can do it.. something due to the change in the pH of the stomach or something..
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    it's the lactose that can't be digested that fast, not the fat, tried it with skim milk about 4 years ago - college roomates taped it, got the 120oz then I jsut couldn't fit anymore - felt like I was full to the brim, started feeling dizzy but not sick - felt full for about 3 hrs - this is when I used to drink about a gallon a day anyways so I thought it would be a breeze - never again
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    how bout just putting in into a funnel and guzzling it frat-boy style?

    then you might just be able to get it all into your system before your stomach has a chance to know whats going on and try digesting it

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    Quote Originally Posted by hypo
    Could it simply be that it fills up the stomach to the point that you can't fit any more down? What is the capacity of an average stomach?
    My tummy: 3 extra large pizzas

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