This Man Just Broke An Unofficial Chick-Fil-A Record

Oh, Chick-fil-A — the home of the original chicken sandwich and the ultimate comfort food for many chicken-eating enthusiasts across the country. One man from Nazareth, Pennsylvania took his love for Chick-fil-A rather seriously during the pandemic and broke an unofficial record while he was at it. Per a report by WFMZ, Matt Stoudt has been eating regularly at a Chick-fil-A location near his place for a long time.

How long, you ask? Well, one meal every day since July 13, 2020. In case you're curious, Stoudt was motivated to eat so regularly at the outlet after he found out about a record that he was drawn to. He decided to take up the challenge and made his way to Chick-fil-A every day without fail, relishing his meals at the restaurant. Despite the fact that his wife thought this was a silly idea, Matt Stoudt stayed loyal to his decision to frequent the famed halls of his local Chick-fil-A until he was satisfied with his new record.

A record-breaking 132 consecutive Chik-fil-A visits

So, what is the backstory? Basically, Matt Stoudt found out about a man from California who held a record for eating the most number of times in a row at Chick-fil-A: 114 days (via Fox News). He figured he could beat him. "I called my wife and said 'Hey, I wanna do it.' She laughed at me and thought I was ridiculous," Stoudt explained.

In fact, he became such a regular at the restaurant that an employee could figure out it was him at the Chick-fil-A drive-thru just by the sound of his voice. Whoa. She started interacting with her most loyal customer and the two became friends, giving each other life updates on the regular. As for Stoudt, he mostly ate the same Chik-fil-A meal every single day, depending on whether he was eating breakfast or dinner. He would either go for a Number 1 with an added biscuit or feast on a chicken sandwich for dinner. 

Things weren't easy. When Stout was away with his family, he had to look hard for a Chick-fil-A franchise in Atlantic City. He's not missed eating even once and the only respite he got was on Sundays and on Thanksgiving when the Chick-fil-A restaurants were closed. By the way, he really started to enjoy his visits to Chick-fil-A because he had "something to look forward to." The determined Chick-fil-A enthusiast completed his record on Monday, December 14 when he ate his 132nd meal at the restaurant. Unbelievable!