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Fastest Consumption Of A 24-Ounce Bottle Of Breakfast Syrup

United States Jake Bronstein

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New York City, New York, United States / February 11, 2009

Earning a hallowed spot in the world of competitive eating, Jake Bronstein[] sets a universal record by downing an entire 24-ounce bottle of Aunt Jemima Original Syrup in 2 minutes, 32 seconds.

Bronstein chose the category in homage to Super Troopers, a film that includes a legendary syrup chugging scene. He set the record on February 11, 2009 at a World Record Appreciation Society held at Pianos, a New York City bar. Corey Henderson was on hand to document and time the record.

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[#WRAS03][]

- must use full bottle of breakfast syrup
- all syrup must be swallowed
- must begin and end attempt with an empty mouth
- must follow form of current world record holder
- must provide video evidence

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  • United States Travis Mizejewski

    Travis Mizejewski

    Nice job. I tried this but it went badly for me. Syrup is a hard thing for me to swallow.

  • United States Sarge Fan

    Sarge Fan

    Zoomdoggies

  • United States Nick Jones

    Nick Jones

    Hello diabetes

  • United States Jason Friedline

    Jason Friedline

    From Canada? Who would have guessed. All thats missing is some flannel, a couple of loonies, and a floppy hat. A bottle of syrup down the old gullet. Thats just another day in America's Hat.

  • I am all that is man!

  • Canada Dan Rollman

    Dan Rollman

    I agree with Jill that real maple syrup and "breakfast syrup" should be split into different categories. Those definitely feel different to me. In terms of breakfast syrup brands, however, I'm torn. Is there really that much of a difference between Aunt Jemima and Log House? They feel like parity products to a non-connoisseur like myself, but syrup purists would probably argue otherwise. What do others think? Should we give Jake back the record of Fastest Consumption Of A 24-Ounce Bottle Of Aunt Jemima Breakfast Syrup and give Shea Small the record for Fastest Consumption Of A 24-Ounce Bottle Of Tropical Original Recipe Syrup?

  • Rematch, please. I don't think this is a fair contest unless the syrup products are the same.... consistencies can be extremely variable... anyone who's sampled 100% real maple syrup over Log Cabin can attest. Of course I can't imagine these fellas would want to do this all over again, but still - just my two cents!

  • Hasn't this record been beaten as of Friday? I want my boy to get credit!

  • United States Mike MacDonald

    Mike MacDonald

    I watched this record get shattered in San Diego last friday. And just an FYI to any others trying to break it...apparently jamima-vomit stays in your nasal cavity like glue. Fair warning!

  • United States Deborah Hampton

    Deborah Hampton

    this made me vomit. But I also now want some flappers.

  • United States Deborah Hampton

    Deborah Hampton

    This seriously made me throw up a little. But really crave some flappers!!

  • I feel sick

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