Pay attention, everybody. You might get to see me vomit on camera one day in the near future.
All my life I have eaten too much food. So much that family members and close friends have had to tell strangers that “it all goes to his feet.” And to be honest, what I have planned couldn’t be a more perfect fit to someone’s talents than if Miley Cyrus was asked to do a bad impersonation of Madonna.
The series we have coming up is called Tony vs. Food (I know, not creative on my part). The series will feature me completing food challenges from various restaurants around the Mount Pleasant area.
Don’t get me wrong, I’m not walking into something I can’t handle. I’ve learned a few things over my years:
Breath through your nose so you don’t stop eating in search of the bottom of the dish. Tap your foot repeatedly to burn calories as you take more in.
I’m living every child’s dream of doing what I do best. Writing and eating.
I plan on tackling some of the more infamous Mount Pleasant challenges, which include Dog Central’s hot dog eating challenge and The Grotto’s mammoth of a pizza.
This will happen once a week, where I, along with a camera man, will take you behind-the-scenes to see how these food concoctions are constructed and when it started.
The video will show me eating the food that would make some sick, along with a post-interview from the owners and employees about how many people have completed said challenge.
I haven’t decided whether to put a warning label on the video or not. Following the video will be a column for those of you who don’t like watching a 155-pound man eating 10 pounds of food.
All joking aside, I can’t wait. Can you?
Have a food challenge you’d like to see me complete? Email me at email@example.com.