Over the past several years, competitive eating competitions have gone from something held only at county fairs to being broadcast nationally on ESPN. In the world of competitive eating, it isnâ€™t just about being the biggest. People like Joey Chestnut and Takeru Kobayashi have shown that it takes time and practice to confidently gobble down an extraordinary amount of food in a short amount of time.
Today on FilthyRich, we explore the dastardly ways in which drug distributors use food to sneak their products across the border. And donâ€™t get any ideas. After all, everyone on this list was caught. So, grab yourself some snacks and maybe a neck pillow because today we take a trip to the border. Letâ€™s go!
If thereâ€™s one thing the elite love to do, itâ€™s drink. However, while most of us run to the liquor store to grab a 12 pack of our favorite American brews or a handle of moderately priced liquor, the rich and famous order their gold-plated, decades old, decadent beverages for hundreds of thousands of dollars.
Have you ever wondered how $30,000 tastes? These vintages are so valuable, youâ€™d be crazy to drink them! When you see their prices, youâ€™ll know what I mean
You canâ€™t eat money. Well, okay, technically you can, but itâ€™s not recommended. Money would be hard to chew, itâ€™s dirty, and it probably tastes downright nasty. Cake, on the other hand, is delicious.
Eating in fancy restaurants often leaves people confused and hungry. Luckily, there are a few options that can help make fine dining a little friendlier.
For many people, coffee in the morning is a necessity, but that doesnâ€™t mean it canâ€™t also be a luxury. Would you like a side of extravagance?
For the average person, the height of luxury is a juicy burger, maybe some nice dark chocolate. For the rich, nothing will do except the rarest ingredients.