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While we might gasp every time that Burger King adds another patty to their Mega Mouth-Breaker Quadruple Whopper, nothing has really prepared us for this.

In an attempt to break the Guinness World Record and probably cause some hungry burger-lover's heart to literally stop, Juicy's Outlaw Grill created a 777lb monster.

It was made on the world's biggest barbecue and contained 10lbs of mustard, 10lbs of mayonnaise, 12lbs of pickles, 20lbs of onions and 20lbs of lettuce. It took a massive 15 hours to cook which officially classifies it as 'slow food'.

On-lookers could pay 99¢ for a taste but if you were interested in eating the thing then you'd be ingesting around 1.375 million calories. Not that you were interested. Right?

(Image: AP/Tanya Rose/Pleasanton.Patch)

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