Now you can watch my secret strategies as my training continues. Actually at this point, its only a few short hours until the Wing Eating Competition (WEC) begins. First thing was to deep fry 20 dusted deep fried wings, tossed in a lime-chili Buffalo butter sauce (I used Frank's Chili-Lime sauce, and I wasn't really a fan).
Not only that, in the competition I have to drink a bottle of Dad's Cream Soda (I think, I'm not 100% on the rules). All I had was a can, and it was a diet Pepsi (I know, no Coke on hand . . .).
The wings were ready, the pop can at my side, napkins, a wing plate, and a plate of wings. I'm ready to eat 20 as quickly as I can. Ok. Roll cameras, and . . . ACTION!
- Well, not eating earlier in the day did help (this was a lunch affair) so I had built up some hunger.
- I didn't concern myself with the mess on my face or hands. Oh it was bugging me, having crafted for years the art of eating wings without making too bad a social faux pas.
- I was able to consume the wings and pop, with out pain, discomfort or hiccups. Last time, I began to hiccup during consumption, and that for sure slows one down. And I thought the pop and the carbonization of the liquid was going to cause some pain, but it went down smooth.
- My mouth remained lubricated, so I could keep eating. When I did the Duff's Wall of Pain
challenges (1 & 2), halfway through I lost my saliva and my ability to down the wings was a problem. I don't know what I did this time to avoid this, but it was good.
On Sunday, I know what I need to do. I felt good after the wings, so it is just a matter of speeding everything up. I can do this.
Wish me luck!
And remember, check back soon to find out the results (and photos, and maybe even video) -
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