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Dennis Rosenlof has special sauce coursing through his veins.

"My first meal of the day is always at about 10:30, when they open up the Big Macs," Rosenlof, 64, told ABC News.

The fast-food giant McDonald's can keep its Egg McMuffins, Filets-O-Fish and all the rest of it. Rosenlof said he isn't interested.

"I enjoy what I eat," he said. "It tastes good, so I order the same thing every day."

And for Rosenlof, that's a Big Mac meal. The electrical appliance salesman and Vietnam vet is apparently in great health, despite being a self-confessed Big Mac-aholic with a 30-year habit.

"Mondays I always eat a Big Mac, two on Tuesdays, one on Wednesdays, two on Thursdays, one or two on Fridays, and two every Saturday," he explained.

That is 10 Big Macs a week. Rosenlof estimates he's scarfed down more than 12,000 of the special sauce-covered burgers in a lifetime.

He eats almost nothing else, except on the day of rest.

"Sunday my wife cooks meals and we eat a family dinner, so it works out great," said Rosenlof.

But health professionals recognize the vital nutrients he is not getting.

"What's missing from his diet it seems are vitamins, minerals, fiber," said ABC News Nutrition and Wellness Editor Dave Zinczenko. "The good news is he's keeping his calories in check, 700 fewer calories than the average American man brings in."

He just eats them all in Big Macs.

"It has all the major food groups in it," Rosenlof said. "I'm not sure what's in the special sauce, but you put them all together and it makes a fantastic sandwich."

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WOW...that dude's s**t must reek!  Fair play to "Wife"

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guess that what happens when you have no taste buds left

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I might get a Big Mac on the way home.

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And here come the tidalwave of people who will tell us they haven't had a McDonalds in 180 years and all McDonalds meals literally taste of Dog Poop and all the Customers of McDonalds and Burger King etc have no taste. 

 

Last time I saw people talking similar, many people were saying they'd rather starve to death than eat a Big Mac etc if it was in the room with them. I'd be interested to take those people up on their claim.

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A place in town puts the burger to shame, that being said, the Big mac is still a really good burger. I have it about twice a year.

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I have no idea how people can stand eating the same thing every day, or even the same thing every week actually. It's common for people where I live to have a 'Sunday lunch' every sunday and I can't stand that every time! You have to mix it up a little. :p

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I risked eating a McDouble tonight. :p

 

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Dennis Rosenlof has special sauce coursing through his veins.

I was wondering what your real name was Hum. :p

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I find them quite difficult to eat without making an awful BigMess as everything seems to be Teflon coated between the bread bits!

It's not bad if you have a voucher and short on time though - 12,000+ however is a few steps too far.

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I had a Big Mac this week, once in a while is ok.

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###### is gross.. not even 100% real meat.. lol

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I was wondering what your real name was Hum. :p

I have never eaten a Big Mac -- if anything, I only have cheeseburgers or chicken.

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**** is gross.. not even 100% real meat.. lol

except it is

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except it is

Then why does it always taste like recycled cardboard?
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Then why does it always taste like recycled cardboard?

it doesnt

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:x  :x  :x

 

The man's a psycho! :x

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Never get why you yanks call It a sandwich its a burger! A sandwich is two bits of bread with something in-between! A burger is specifically meat, round, and German the sandwich is British,

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^ How ironic -- Earl of Sandwich inspired the name, and you are UK.

 

A burger is a particular type of sandwich.

 

Beef patty in a sandwich got the popular name hamburger, when it came to the USA, named after Hamburg, Germany.

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my wife and I call McDonalds "corporate sludge"

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When I saw the title, this is what immediately came to mind! I truly hope this guy doesn't feel proud to have eaten 12,000 big macs in 30 year! He would have had to eaten 400 big macs every year, which is disgusting.

 

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When I saw the title, this is what immediately came to mind! I truly hope this guy doesn't feel proud to have eaten 12,000 big macs in 30 year! He would have had to eaten 400 big macs every year, which is disgusting.

 

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Until you look at an actual picture of the guy and realize he's probably slimmer than you are.

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The taste isn't necessarily bad. It's the feeling of the sugar rush that follows the consumption of the burger.. 
I would prefer to stick to Grill'd tyvm.

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