r/Damnthatsinteresting Sep 24 '22

From 1978 to 1980, a French man named Michel Lotito ate an entire Cessna 150 after learning at age 9 that his stomach could digest metal. Image

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u/Kiggzpawn Sep 24 '22

Are we just going to ignore the elephant in the room?

Post says he could eat metal.

Post doesn't say he could CHEW metal.

I need a source

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u/Random_Name_Whoa Sep 24 '22

Lotito's method for eating all of this metal was to break it into small pieces before attempting to eat it. He then drank mineral oil and continued to drink water while swallowing the metal bits. This acted as a lubricant to help the metal slide down his throat. Lotito had no problem "passing" his unusual diet.[9][10][11]

Still seems impossible to me

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u/KnotiaPickles Sep 24 '22

Yikes. My stomach is hurting just thinking about it

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u/knarfolled Sep 24 '22

Not my stomach I’m worried about, it’s the exit

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u/stay_hungry_dr_ew Sep 24 '22

If your stomach can digest metal, then I guess your butthole wouldn’t know the difference.

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u/knarfolled Sep 24 '22

My stomach can digest hot peppers but my butthole knows the difference

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u/stay_hungry_dr_ew Sep 24 '22

That’s the capsaicin. It’s just a chemical reaction. It doesn’t actually damage human tissue.

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u/knarfolled Sep 24 '22

Just my dignity is damaged

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u/TactlessTortoise Sep 24 '22

Turn into a kink. One man's damage is another man's boner.

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u/Captain-Cadabra Sep 24 '22

A great tagline for your business card.

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u/nastynateraide Sep 24 '22 Silver Helpful Bless Up

Panic At The Disco needs to calm down with these titles

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u/joshwaynebobbit Sep 24 '22

This is genius

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u/limitlessEXP Sep 25 '22

“Eating metal is the most fun a guy can have without dying but it’s better if you do”

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u/Major-Investigator57 Sep 24 '22

Thats good Take my silver Sir

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u/railsandtrucks Sep 24 '22

flashbacks to the southpark Chipolte references.

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u/MagMC2555 Sep 24 '22

chipotle-away!

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u/Bozothefuckingclown Sep 25 '22

Cartman shitting treasure

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u/lawble Sep 24 '22

Or he could’ve just shoved it up his butt and pooped out his mouth

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u/Ok_Yogurtcloset1324 Sep 25 '22

Lemme just shove this turkey RIIIIIIGHT up here

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u/LandOfTheOutlaws Sep 24 '22

I've heard the phrase "shitting bricks" but never "shitting metal".

I bet his asshole hates him.

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u/Wild_Nectarine_5349 Sep 24 '22

Like running your asshole through a blender

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u/shadowmaker000 Sep 25 '22

Or a blender through your asshole

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u/BolotaJT Sep 24 '22

Finally the real concern! Mineral oil helps when your belly doesn’t want to make the job. Too much and you have a diarrhea. Now imagine a metal diarrhea.

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u/intentionallybad Sep 24 '22

Reminds me of when I was pregnant and overdue and we decided to try the old-fashioned castor oil trick. I was so fucking glad I did not go into labor on top of that misery.

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u/XxRocky88xX Sep 24 '22

If his stomach could actually digest it it’d just break it down and turn it into excrement like everything else we eat

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u/ButtScientist69 Sep 24 '22

Plumbers probably hate this guy.

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u/LebaneseLion Sep 24 '22

It digests tho, so you might have silver poop

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u/DanBentley Sep 24 '22

Hugely misleading title but the man did pass all of the small objects. None of them digested. He just ate them and pooped out the pieces whole. Damage was not done due to his abnormally thick stomach and intestinal lining

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u/BigDavesRant Sep 24 '22

So alternating title could be “Between 1978 and 1980 a man shit out an entire Cessna aircraft”!?

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u/DanBentley Sep 24 '22

This would be more accurate

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u/StJu73 Sep 25 '22

That is a FAR better clickbait titles!

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u/tetten Sep 24 '22

This should be the top comment, what a clickbait post.

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u/W0tzup Sep 24 '22

How da hell do you break down the engine into small bits before attempting to swallow it.

Something doesn’t add up.

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u/Digimatically Sep 24 '22

I always wondered why Lycoming and Continental don’t provide nutrition facts in their maintenance manuals.

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u/Kiggzpawn Sep 24 '22

See I wanted to recomment with this, but I wasn't sure I would get a real answer.

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u/Independent_Brick238 Sep 24 '22

And most important, why? That you can it metal doesnt mean thatyou have to do it.

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u/9999monkeys Sep 24 '22

i woulda hated to be this guy's plumber

honey, michel is on the telephone

lemme guess, his toilet is clogged up

yes it is honey

alright, pack my magnet.

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u/fuzzytradr Sep 24 '22

That's pretty metal.

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u/SnooGiraffes8134 Sep 24 '22

Seems a little high in iron

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u/Durkelurk Sep 24 '22

From the Wikipedia:

“Lotito holds the record for the 'strangest diet' in the Guinness Book of Records. He was awarded a brass plaque by the publishers to commemorate his abilities, which he consumed as well.[3][1]”

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u/bazinga3604 Sep 24 '22

Whoa. His wiki is wild. His list of unusual items consumed:

18 bicycles 15 shopping carts 7 TV sets 6 chandeliers 2 beds 1 pair of skis 1 computer 1 Cessna 150 light aircraft 1 waterbed 500 metres (1,600 ft) of steel chain at once 1 coffin (with handles) 1 Guinness award plaque 45 door hinges

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u/Underneath_Overlord Sep 25 '22 Silver

And a partridge in a pear tree.

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u/Owlgnoming Sep 24 '22

Why is that so funny? They hand him the award and he promptly eats it. Amazing.

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u/9999monkeys Sep 24 '22

i come to reddit for comedy and find it here and there

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u/Kakinov Sep 24 '22

Just because you can, it doesn't mean you should.

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u/DweEbLez0 Sep 24 '22

Fair enough, but how many calories is a Cessna 150? Does it contain a lot of carbs or is it like a Keto?

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u/LovecraftianLlama Sep 24 '22

Maybe that’s what the 150 stands for?

“Cessna 150 cal snack size airplane. Will last you two years of daily deliciousness. No carbs, naturally gluten and dairy free. Might kill you.”

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u/mediumokra Sep 24 '22

Yeah, but you do get your daily amount of iron from eating that.

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u/foxfire66 Sep 24 '22

From what I can find it probably had 1 carb, which makes sense because fuel injection wasn't as common back then.

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u/Fresh_Slip5535 Sep 24 '22

Can eat metal, dies of natural causes at 57, um yeah sure you could eat metal you Muppet...

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u/[deleted] Sep 24 '22 edited Sep 27 '22

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u/Majorlazor85 Sep 24 '22 Silver

Steady diet of Cessna’s will do that to you lol

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u/[deleted] Sep 24 '22 edited Sep 27 '22

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u/Glabstaxks Sep 24 '22

And also like poison him

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u/SmashBonecrusher Sep 24 '22

FYI ; "heavy metal poisoning" is a real thing ; the body reacts in one of two ways; rejection or encapsulation, but usually the toxicity kills your immune system first and you die miserably of a relatively benign recurring infection...

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u/LovecraftianLlama Sep 24 '22

That’s half the fun!

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u/Majorlazor85 Sep 24 '22

😂 omg yes!

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u/[deleted] Sep 24 '22 edited Sep 27 '22

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u/Majorlazor85 Sep 24 '22

“We’ll fix any clog or it’s fre…..oh gawd no, not you Michel. This promotion doesn’t apply to you.”

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u/Zalenka Sep 24 '22

But it was just a simple prop!

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u/BadpoorJ Sep 24 '22

He likes his food plane and simple

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u/TheFoundation_ Sep 24 '22

To occupy my time

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u/inajeep Sep 24 '22

They key is chewing prop erly.

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u/Downwhen Sep 24 '22

He should have stuck with a Mooney-based diet

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u/duke_of_snoots Sep 24 '22

If you're not eating Boeing, then you're going....

to the grave soon.

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u/Dacks_18 Sep 24 '22

He's actually in his mid-30's in that photo.

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u/tom208 Sep 24 '22

Yeah it's metal fatigue

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u/settledownguy Sep 24 '22

Well aluminum will do that to you. You’re not perfect either! Wash that plane down with some stainless steel cleaner mmm

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u/gg3265 Sep 24 '22

He was eating a fucking airplane

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u/Adm_Mitthrawnuruodo Sep 24 '22

He was 27 in that photo. Metal ages a man.

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u/Golden-Grams Sep 24 '22

I heard it was a heart attack, he had hardened arteries.

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u/Leuk_Jin Sep 24 '22

I heard he had problems when he ate normal or soft food like bananas. I don't know his entire diet, but if he can live eating as much metal as he did instead of his stomach melting from his naturally very strong stomach acid, I think he had to.

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u/SofterBones Sep 24 '22 edited Sep 24 '22 Bravo!

There is a variety of foods available to eat between 'a banana' and 'a fucking airplane'. There's nothing anywhere to suggest he HAD TO eat metal. He had strong stomach lining and acid, but his stomach acid wasn't killing him UNLESS he ate an airplane.

He had a psychological eating disorder that made him want to eat metal & other shit, and his body happened to be abnormally good at dealing with it.

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u/benjm88 Sep 24 '22

There is a variety of foods available to eat between 'a banana' and 'a fucking airplane'.

Sentences I never thought I'd read

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u/TampaTony727 Sep 24 '22

Lmfao I agree I don't think he had to eat that airplane either.

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u/ToddlerPeePee Sep 24 '22

Evolution, man. Sometimes it makes you better and sometimes it makes you eat a plane.

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u/gissycat Sep 24 '22

Nope sorry. Bananas or airplanes, those are the choices.

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u/Leuk_Jin Sep 24 '22

I'm saying he had those problems when he was a child (like around the time OP said he discovered his abnormality) and didn't like eating and at some point he started eating metal and that made things fine. And I don't know how his upbringing was and had access to any alternatives. Atleast I'd think if you've lived til 57 like that, you'd atleast visited a doctor.

When he appeared on TV and such, he seemed to enjoy doing and presenting his metal eating habit. He wouldn't have eaten a whole plane if he didn't. In that sense, he died doing what he likes, and I think that's a good enough way to live.

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u/SofterBones Sep 24 '22 edited Sep 24 '22

And I'm saying it's nowhere implied that eating these weird objects would've HELPED his health in any way... the only mention of banana is him saying in an interview that bananas give him heartburn when mixed with metal in his stomach. He had a literal eating disorder that made him want to eat weird objects, no person on this earth gets health benefits from digesting screws and light bulbs. That's... that's not how it works.

This is a very real psychological eating disorder that causes severe issues to - most - people who have it, this isn't something he had to do for health benefits.

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u/Ok_Anywhere_1791 Sep 24 '22

You can't live eating metal. It's not about whether or not your stomach can handle it, it's the fact that metal has no nutritional value whatsoever lmao

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u/Leuk_Jin Sep 24 '22

That's I'm thinking too. He seem to like eating metal and showing it off too, but he's gotta also eat something organic, right?

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u/ChocolateZephyr42 Sep 24 '22

This is giving me Klinger (from MASH) vibes.

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u/dmarve Sep 24 '22

At least he got all his iron

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u/Advance-Puzzleheaded Sep 24 '22

Yeah but it had to taste so plane.

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u/Ferengi_Earwax Sep 24 '22

I see an error in his eating habits.

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u/mayonnaiser_13 Sep 24 '22

And he got a little gassy after eating a tank.

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u/TheRealOgMark Sep 24 '22

What is it with French people and eating? Meet Tarrare.

Tarrare ([taʁaʁ]; c. 1772 – 1798), sometimes spelled Tarar, was a French showman and soldier, noted for his unusual appetite and eating habits. Able to eat vast amounts of meat, he was constantly hungry; his parents could not provide for him and he was turned out of the family home as a teenager. He travelled France in the company of a band of prostitutes and thieves before becoming the warm-up act for a travelling charlatan. In this act, he would swallow corks, stones, live animals, and a whole basketful of apples. He then took this act to Paris where he worked as a street performer.

At the start of the War of the First Coalition, Tarrare joined the French Revolutionary Army, where even quadruple the standard military ration was unable to satisfy his large appetite. He would eat any available food from gutters and rubbish heaps but his condition still deteriorated through hunger. He was hospitalised due to exhaustion and became the subject of a series of medical experiments to test his eating capacity, in which, among other things, he ate a meal intended for 15 people in a single sitting, ate live cats, snakes, lizards, and puppies, and swallowed eels whole without chewing. Despite his unusual diet, he was underweight and, with the exception of his eating habits, he showed no signs of mental illness other than what was described as an apathetic temperament.

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u/maddenmcfadden Sep 24 '22

I've been fascinated with this story for a long time. I've also never heard another story that really matches whatever was going on with Tarrare. It makes me think that it has to be exaggerated, at least a bit.

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u/bombadil1564 Sep 24 '22

History shows that people love a sensationalized story. Even if the facts aren’t changed, they can be presented in a way that gives a more unusual or exciting perspective than the reality.

My guess is the Grimm Brothers fairy tales are exactly that. Normal everyday things turned into fantastical stories. Well and the fact that most people believed in spirits, monsters, dwarves and talking animals. Not actually much different from today if you consider the popularity of things like Harry Potter and Lord of the Rings.

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u/bend1889 Sep 24 '22

Left out the super fun part where he was kicked out of a hospital after a toddler disappeared….. The story of Tarrare is so weird. I wish modern medicine was around then to explain whatever the fuck was up with that guy. Fascinating, disturbing life he had….

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u/methcache Sep 24 '22

Yeah, dude ate a baby apparently. Such a wild story

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u/sterfri99 Sep 24 '22

They could see into his stomach from his mouth… that’s so fucked

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u/Dubious_Titan Sep 24 '22

Supposedly ate a baby too.

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u/Chaosr21 Sep 24 '22

Maybe he just had a lot of parasites like tapeworms? Shit idk

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u/KrayzieAlcohilicFlow Sep 24 '22

Sure he could digest it... but what about getting jagged pieces of metal into his stomach acid?

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u/Dubious_Titan Sep 24 '22

He had an unusually thick lining & strong digestive acid according to doctors.

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u/wrongdude91 Sep 24 '22

and nobody mentioned how his poop was?

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u/Deadhawk142 Sep 24 '22

Simpsons did it.

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u/Claudelellouche Sep 24 '22 Gold Take My Energy Bravo!

I ate one once. No flavour, it was very plane. 😂

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u/Awkward_Psychic Sep 24 '22

I had a giggle :)

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u/sawatdeeman Sep 24 '22

I too ate once and I must say, it was very Boeing.

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u/BigMacMcLovin Sep 24 '22

Last time I ever order a side of wings

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u/sawatdeeman Sep 24 '22

But the wings were super hot! In the morning my ass did Spitfire

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u/mbstor23 Sep 24 '22

Downvoted. 😇

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u/RefrigeratorFit466 Sep 24 '22

Wake me up when he does a 737.

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u/TheGrizzlyNinja Sep 24 '22

Airbus A380 😂

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u/RefrigeratorFit466 Sep 24 '22

Now that’s just crazy talk.

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u/muymuy14 Sep 24 '22

or an Antonov lol

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u/MomsOtherFavorite Sep 24 '22

Did he wrap the the leftovers in aerofoil?

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u/KnifeFightAcademy Sep 24 '22

and yet STILL refuses to eat his greens. Cheeky fucker.

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u/Flat_Bodybuilder_175 Sep 24 '22

What's the deal with airline food?

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u/Able-Potato-8345 Sep 24 '22

Everyone talking about how the guy would eat this stuff. I'm wondering how metal pooping would be, sounds painful af.

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u/ImagineDragonsFan47 Sep 24 '22

If he can digest metal he won't be shitting metal. That's what digesting means.

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u/Able-Potato-8345 Sep 24 '22

When I eat corn on my salad I shit corn, so yeah, regardless of your answer I'm still wondering how metal pooping would be, sounds painful af.

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u/uNderdog_101 Sep 24 '22

You don't actually shit corn, you shit the exterior skin of the kernel, which is not easily digestible. If you were to inspect the corn after excretion, you might find them hollow.

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u/sharktank Sep 24 '22

did anyone varify the metal disappeared? someone needed to be poop inspectin'

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u/HypnoticChicken Sep 24 '22

“Are those real airplane parts, or fake-?”

“Sir, I assure you, this is a prop”

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u/Altruistic_Buyer2979 Sep 24 '22

Well done sir well done very well played

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u/Metalling2020 Sep 24 '22

Have you heard of tiny Melinda Mae, Who ate a monstrous whale? She thought she could, She said she would, So she started in right at the tail. And everyone said, "You're much too small," But that didn't bother Melinda at all. She took little bites and she chewed very slow, Just like a good girl should... ...And in eighty-nine years she ate that whale Because she said she would! - shel silverstein

Same but different

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u/nikolas0987 Sep 24 '22

Those upside down books and all of his work is amazing!!

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u/Metalling2020 Sep 24 '22

He was absolutely brilliant.

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u/Mundane-Resource-469 Sep 24 '22

So she ate the whale while it was raw, bloated, decomposing and while it was just a pile of bones?

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u/Metalling2020 Sep 24 '22

Yes. Because she said she would. So she did.

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u/Mundane-Resource-469 Sep 24 '22

Her stomach is just as stubborn as she is.

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u/ELECTRONCENTERLOCK Sep 24 '22

I’m sure the wings were finger lickin’ good.

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u/Wooden-Ad-472 Sep 24 '22

Everyone’s talking about chewing and pooping, but he would have had to have a team breaking down all these pieces. You know how long it would be to break down the engine block to make small enough pieces for him to eat?

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u/Dark-Pukicho Sep 24 '22

What’s interesting about that? His diet is just a little plane.

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u/norsurfit Interested Sep 24 '22

Did he eat it with ketchup and mustard, or did he have it plane?

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u/Attractivefoot1003 Sep 24 '22

Just because you can, doesn't mean you should

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u/TampaTony727 Sep 24 '22

It took me 47 years to learn that and here you just post it on Reddit like it's common knowledge.

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u/fainje Sep 24 '22

And with age 9 Years and 1 day he learned his guts couldnt digest metal.

Holy bloody diarrhea.

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u/obeyn8 Sep 24 '22

how did he chew it up

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u/TampaTony727 Sep 24 '22

He learned at the age of 8 he could swallow his aeropray like a snake.

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u/adroito Sep 24 '22

Why aren’t any of you mentioning his super strong gums or teeth?

Imagine waking in the middle of the night with metal shavings in your gums and in-between your teeth.

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u/ZachCremisi95 Sep 24 '22

He had it cut down to avoid damage

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u/Royal_Examination_74 Sep 24 '22

I wonder if he enjoyed certain parts of the plane more—“oh hell yeah, rotor day!”

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u/ponaei8anasi Sep 24 '22

I want one medium rare with extra kerosene.

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u/Successful_Ad4653 Sep 24 '22

What an asshole I could be flying around in that thing instead of looking at a pile of shit.

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u/ImericanAdiot Sep 24 '22

I guess he just likes plane food

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u/No_Acanthisitta3596 Sep 24 '22

As my three-year-old grandson continually says “But why?”

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u/Confident_Emphasis20 Sep 24 '22

Normal people, can't afford an airplane. Aristocrats, think I'm gonna eat that....

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u/therockrider Sep 24 '22

his stomach could digest metal

this sentence makes no sense

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u/CubanLynx312 Sep 24 '22

I ate an entire plane bagel once

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u/Cosmic-Hippos Sep 24 '22

This is an ancient April fools joke by a newspaper or TV show

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u/Ralphitwreck Sep 24 '22

Bet his farts sounded like a doorbell

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u/GovernorBigBalls Sep 24 '22

I like my burgers plane too

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u/Zealousideal-Ad-9002 Sep 24 '22

I'm guessing it flew right through him

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u/34TH_ST_BROADWAY Sep 24 '22

Interesting. If I learned I could digest metal, I would still be eating burritos and tonkatsu. I wouldn't look at an Amazon delivery truck driving by and be thinking to myself "finally... I can eat that."

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u/T-J_H Sep 24 '22

His Wikipedia page might have one of the best instances of a snarky wiki editor: “he died of natural [citation needed] causes”

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u/ErroneousBakenopolis Sep 24 '22

Just because you can doesn’t mean you should

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u/EmptyIsMySoul Sep 24 '22

What a useless achievement.

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u/mysonalsonamedbort Sep 25 '22

So he and the plane have a couple screws loose? ...I'll show myself out.

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u/Plum1978 Sep 25 '22

My first question is…how the fuck did he find out he could eat metal in the first place?! My second question would be…how does he get the metal in him, cuz he’s sure as fuck not chewing the shit up?!🤔I dunno…I need some witnesses/evidence for me to even process this!🤷🏻‍♂️🤦🏻‍♂️

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u/Sonicboom343 Sep 25 '22

Who can afford to be eating a Cessna in this economy?

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u/JRob13252 Sep 24 '22

I'm curious as to how he actually accomplished these feats.... Especially for large/sharp edged pieces of metal.

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u/ScanRate Sep 24 '22

I love that the article specified one coffin (with handles) in a list of things he's eaten.

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u/SuperGuitar Sep 24 '22

I knew a lady that did this once and I don’t know what would propeller to do it !

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u/kawkz440 Sep 24 '22

Monsieur Mantegout.

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u/dontknowwhatiwantdou Sep 24 '22

What the fuck did you just present to me

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u/Droidattack1 Sep 24 '22

looks like he ate a 747

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u/UnderstandingGold849 Sep 24 '22

Just because you can. Doesn’t mean you should.

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u/Last-Firefighter-387 Sep 24 '22

Talk about shitting bricks…

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u/[deleted] Sep 24 '22

That’s plane wrong

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u/rustylucy77 Sep 24 '22

The worst kidney stones

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u/Western_Protection Sep 24 '22

I think we're not focusing on the fact that this man shit out an entire Cessna 150.

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u/GreedOfTheFool Sep 24 '22

List of things that eat ate (what is known):

18 bicycles

15 shopping carts

7 TV sets

6 chandeliers

2 beds

1 pair of skis

1 computer

1 Cessna 150 light aircraft

1 waterbed

500 metres (1,600 ft) of steel chain at once

1 coffin (with handles)

1 Guinness award plaque

45 door hinges

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u/novachamp Sep 24 '22

If I may paraphrase Dr. Ian Malcolm: he was so preoccupied with whether or not he could, he didn’t stop to think if he should.

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u/ClaytonM223 Sep 24 '22

I would love to own one of those and he spent the money to eat one and I can’t afford to buy one.

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u/Aware_Indication_596 Sep 24 '22

Guy is just plane nuts (and bolts)

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u/Spirited_Actuary_907 Sep 24 '22

just cause you can doesn’t mean you should.

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u/holmgangCore Sep 24 '22

So what is the nutritional value of a Cessna 150?

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u/dOOC_Loomynated Sep 24 '22

at least 500

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u/Falcon3492 Sep 24 '22

You really don't have to be crazy, but it sure helps!

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u/cmccormick Sep 24 '22

Watch out which facts you tell your kids

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u/LegionOfDawg Sep 24 '22

he’s a idiot

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u/Away_Hair972 Sep 24 '22

But.. why?

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u/IronCavalry Sep 24 '22

Brings a whole new meaning to "wing night!"

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u/Temporary-Dot6500 Sep 24 '22

This reminds me of a saying I once heard about shaking like a rabbit shitting razor blades.

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u/GSA49 Sep 24 '22

Any plastic digesters out there? We have oceans full of it.

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u/mozzer7_7 Sep 24 '22

But did it give him wings?

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