Dude gave a step by step recap of his attempt at devouring 82 Chick-fil-A nuggets

The thought of consuming 82 nuggets when you’re a kid seems like a dream. It would be like a gift bestowed upon you from above.

But now that you’re older, that gift might seem like an impending stomach ache and sad arteries filled with trans fats. One man didn’t care that he’s not a kid anymore, and wanted to make the dream a reality.

Robby Kalland, a sports writer for UpRoxx, decided to document his crazy journey of devouring 82 nuggets on Twitter on Tuesday. He wanted to eat one more nugget than Kobe Bryan’t highest scoring game in the NBA and even wrote passionately about his journey. 

He made his way to Chick-fil-A to take part in the all you can eat nugget night, between 5 p.m. and 7 p.m. Chick-fil-A sells 12 nuggets, medium fries and a medium drink for $12.99, and then offers free refills for those delicious nuggets.

“I knew 100 was out of the question — but still wanted to set the bar high. Eventually, I settled on 82. One nugget more than Kobe Bryant’s highest-scoring game. Wilt Chamberlain might be out of reach, but Kobe? I could do that,” wrote Kalland 

He explained that he ate a peanut butter and jelly sandwich for lunch as a way to save room for the nuggets.

Kalland provided his supporters with a play by play of his 82 nugget endeavor.

People provided Kalland with some tips on how to get to his 82nd nugget. 

They were getting excited to witness this outrageous feat.

The man, the myth, the 82 nugget legend.

It always a good idea to shoot your shot even if that shot is 82 fried chicken nuggets.

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