If you could only eat one thing for the rest of your life, what would it be?
For Andrew Hawryluk, the answer is quite simple: Chipotle.
The 23-year-old Los Angeles-based animator is what one might call a Chipotle addict of sorts, and this dude has eaten at his favorite Mexican grill every damn day for well over 150 days.
Now that's some serious dedication.
His daily Chipotle endeavor all started as a joke for Lent, when he challenged himself to eat Chipotle for a 40-day span, which he dubbed "Chipotlent."
After breezing through all those burritos bowls, he decided to see how long he could keep it going, so he started recording all of his meals on his website, Chipotlife.
You might be surprised to know Andrew hasn't gained any weight despite eating an estimated 110,890 calories to date, and he recently posted a picture of his rock-solid six pack to prove it.
The Chipotle connoisseur has no plans of stopping anytime soon and even plans on going on vacation (in a city that has his favorite Mexican restaurant, of course).
Andrew Hawryluk loves Chipotle.
In fact, he loves this Mexican grill so much...
...he's had it for lunch every day for over 150 days straight.
His dietary experiment began on February 18 when he set out on a mission to eat Chipotle for lunch every day.
It's been five months, and Andrew shows no signs of stopping.
He posts photos of his lunch along with the receipts to keep track of his daily Chipotle consumption...
...and usually gets the same thing, a burrito bowl with white rice, chicken, guacamole and lettuce, finished off with some Tabasco Chipotle Hot Sauce on top.
Despite eating an estimated 110,890 calories worth of Chipotle, Andrew hasn't gained any weight and recently posted a picture of his sexy six pack as proof.
However, there is one drawback to living the "Chipotlife"...
...if you're looking to get in on this diet, you better be ready to fork over some serious guac, because Andrew has spent a total of $1,567 on Chipotle since February.
But hey, you can't put a price tag on true love, even if it happens to be between a man and his burrito bowls.
Citations: You Think You Like Chipotle? Meet The Fans That Eat The Popular Mexican Chain Grill Everyday (Daily Mail)