2013 Jake’s Wayback Burgers Triple Triple contest

Jake’s Wayback Burgers locations are holding a triple triple burger eating contest today. The fastest time nationally will be announced on September 18 and receive $3330. Not all restaurants will hold the contest today and competition times vary, so check before travelling to compete.

Anyone who wants to post his or her triple triple finishing time can do so in the comments of this thread.

update Sept 17 Fox News held a promo contest on Sunday. The winning time was reportedly one minute.

Comments (12)


  1. anonymous said

    September 14, 2013 @ 9:28 am

    On Yom Kippur? How dare they

  2. Jam.Josh said (Registered April 11, 2013)

    September 14, 2013 @ 11:30 pm

    Competitive eating is too serious to recognize silly little holidays.

  3. anonymous said

    September 15, 2013 @ 1:03 am

    God should strike you down 1130. How dare you mock Yom Kippur. Obviously you are not of the Jewish Faith . It would not surprise me one bit if you are an anti semite. I dare you to walk into a synagogue and make a comment of that nature. You might get more than someone just showing you the door

  4. Anonymous said

    September 15, 2013 @ 9:50 am

    @103am so obviously the jews who do this competition are all breaking their faith by eating meat with cheese so doing the contest on yom kippur shouldnt even matter

  5. um..... said

    September 15, 2013 @ 10:57 am

    Seiken’s throwing a hissy fit about eaters competing on Jewish holy days, so maybe he can explain why it was fine that his beloved pickle rally (feb 21 2004) fell on Shabbat Shekalim. A few months later, the heathen was eating watermelon on the saddest sabbath of the year, Shabbat Chazon (July 24 2004)….

    This Brian is a disgrace, a waste, a spit in the face.

  6. anonymous said

    September 15, 2013 @ 11:42 am

    Shabbat Chazon (Purim) & Shabbat Shekalim did not fall on those exact days in 2004 you idiot that prob looked that up on the web. And even if they did, those are holidays that are not as significant as Yom Kippur and usually observed by the ultra orthodox which Seiken is not

  7. Rabbi Milworm said

    September 15, 2013 @ 11:09 pm

    All i have to say is that anyone that anyone who competed in MLE contests or any contests period, will get a huge sin no matter how long ago it was. Some of the Canoli contests were held during the Rosh Hashona and Yom Kippur holidays and Allen Goldstein competed in one of them

  8. Jam.Josh said (Registered April 11, 2013)

    September 17, 2013 @ 2:18 am

    @ 1:03 I’m in no way an anti semite but other people should not have to adjust their lives because of your silly traditions. I feel this way about all organized religions. Just because you choose to follow words from a book written over 3,000 years ago, telling stories written by unvalidated (and even unknown) authors hundreds of years after the events they describe occurred does not mean we need to respect your asinine behavior. Take a moment to reflect on how much sense it makes to continue to follow silly behavior just because everyone before you did. The people that started those behaviors knew very little by today’s standards on how the world works and your going to follow how to behave based on what they tell you? You can call it faith but I call it an excuse to be a dullard and not use your brain and common sense to think rationally.

  9. Jam.Josh said (Registered April 11, 2013)

    September 17, 2013 @ 2:22 am

    Also, God (whatever God is) will not strike me down because you have no clue how God operates. Do you think in the extreme vastness of the universe that was created that God really cares about what I eat and when? The universe is infinite. There is a 100% chance there is other life in it. We are a tiny, tiny, tiny blip of nothing in never ending stretch of space. Are you so egocentric to think we are special? You are following the tales of a fraud or delusional person if you believe all the silly “rules”.

  10. Rhonda Evans said (Registered March 6, 2008)

    September 17, 2013 @ 7:49 am

    If we want to talk religion I’d like to add my $.02. However, I don’t believe this thread is the place for it.

    But if I keep seeing people posting their beliefs here, I will certainly add mine, and we can turn this thread into a heated exchange of Biblical proportion!

    And, Jam.Josh, I absolutely DO call it faith! You’d be wise to attain some.

  11. anonymous said

    September 17, 2013 @ 9:24 am

    Josh it is obvious that you are an atheist which means you have no direction in your life which also means that you answer to no god which is terribly terribly sad. Real people that believe in a real good should would be better off disassociating themselves from you. The old testament which is also referred to as the Hebrew Bible has been immortalized by other religions such as Christianity. You have no right to debate or question the holiest of holiest holidays of the Jewish faith when you know very little about it

  12. anonymous said

    September 17, 2013 @ 10:06 am

    Josh, please don’t take some if these idiots seriously. They’re just sad, crazed “fans” who are jealous because no one cares about them at the tables or anywhere else.

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