The conclusion of the Fat Horse Challenge – By Joe Currie (Davin’s Den)

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As some of you may know the Fat Horse Challenge ended back on the August 27th show. What happened you say?

Well the basis of the challenge was if I did not lose two pounds a week I would have to eat something disgusting as punishment.

Since the inception of the challenge, I have eaten Snails, Dog food, Cat Food you name it most of these punishment foods are on davinsden.com if you want to look.

Eating all this crap even though a horrendous experience was doable as there were no time limits on how quickly I had to eat the punishment food. I could take my time and eat what ever it was and most of the time it was quick as I was eating things I really didn’t want to savor.

That all ended on the August 13th show when I had to eat half a block of Velveeta cheese. I knew I might have to eat the cheese as I could not get to the gym that week and sure enough I only lost a pound and the sentence was half a block of cheese. To me this was not a big deal as it is cheese  something  made for human consumption (I think) and I can eat it through out the show and it’s all good. 

HOLD THE PHONE (OR CHAT ROOM)

A good friend and loyal listener of the show Trucker Tom Fey suggested that there should be a time limit on how long it should take me to eat the cheese. Davin loved the idea, me not so much (Tom you are a great guy but I hope you jack knife stupid) I now had to eat a half block of Velveeta cheese IN FOUR FUCKING MINUTES.

Okay game on bitches, I started to eat the cheese and discovered Velveeta is one of the most disgusting things I have ever had to eat, sorry Kraft foods but you have some set of balls even saying that this stuff is cheese or even food for that matter.

I was doing okay but by minute two I was starting to gag and was about throw up, but I would never give my co-hosts,or that eighteen wheel pushing dumb bell in the chat room the satisfaction.

If I did not finish in time my punishment would be a shot of fish juice, which disgusting as it is I could do and I could take my time with the Velveeta and not get sick.

The remainder of the show I chimed in as usual but did not move a muscle as the Velveeta was sitting in my stomach like an abandoned Buick. I did not get sick and I went on to live another day.

We then had a two week break and I had to lose four pounds. The day of the show I only lost two of the four pounds. My punishment was to eat two raw onions, not a big deal, however Davin had established a time limit of four minutes for the two onions. I cannot eat two raw onions in four minutes but I tried.

I finished the first onion in three minutes and Davin announced I have another minute to eat the other onion or I have to eat two more.

At this moment I started to do some soul searching, I am not a quitter but I started to think “what am I doing”, I lost twenty pounds, I feel and look good and I have been losing weight each week so why am I killing myself.

At that moment I said I am done I can’t do this anymore I conceded and the Fat Horse challenge was officially over.

Now to some and to the delight of Davin and Trucker Tom this was a sign of defeat but not to me. This year has been a year of challenge, change, and setting the bar higher for myself, when the Fat Horse Challenge ended that night I was at two hundred and fourteen pounds on my scale at home. 

My goal is to be at two hundred pounds even by December thirty first of this year. If I can do this, it is a monumental personal victory for me and conceding the Fat Horse Challenge was a minor foot note in this journey and a major factor in getting completing it.

If I do not get to my goal weight, then that night in August will be a major disappointment and I have failed myself.

In any event, Game on wish me well and see you in December.

    

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