This Woman Basically Inhaled 100 Slices of Bread in One Sitting (VIDEO)

12/15/2015 at 02:24 PM ET

Yuka Kinoshita, a YouTuber hailing from Japan, is a total bread winner — in the literal sense of the word.

The competitive eater recently uploaded a 6-minute video of herself devouring 100 slices of bread (above). While we have no idea what would drive someone to take on such a challenge, Kinoshita happily obliged and — spoiler alert! — successfully completed it like it was NBD.

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And we have so many feelings, ranging from shock and admiration to inadequacy. How can someone eat so, so much in a short period of time while still remaining totally composed? Why do we suddenly feel full after only munching on half a salami sandwich?

There’s a lot to take in, considering Kinoshita is not only petite but has a penchant for gleefully taking on outlandish challenges like this one — previous videos include eating three pounds of steak and 12 deep-friend Snicker bars, separately.

“Halfway through my jaw got so tired I believed this was a tough challenge, but I felt like I had to finish what I started,” she says in her video. “And well, it was pretty tasty as well.”

To keep things interesting throughout, Kinoshita incorporated different condiments to her plain and toasted slices, which included mayonnaise, honey and butter.

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“Being able to change up the flavors and toasting them [made each slice] very yummy,” says Kinoshita.

And to think we prided ourselves in being master eaters whenever hanger strikes. Tsk, tsk.

—Grace Gavilanes

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shoppinggal on

That must be a magic bottomless cup right there.

K.B. on

Eating as a sport in a world where so many go hungry is grotesque.

PCC on

There is nothing more disgusting and pointless than one of these eating competitions. I have a cast iron stomach and it takes a lot to make me queasy to 30 seconds of watching this kind of thing almost makes me vomit. Which I’m sure she does after consuming massive amounts of bread and steak in a short period of time.

Anonymous on

wrong PCC, she actually ate that much

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