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SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - SEPTEMBER 19: In this photo illustration, a terminal to accept payments using bitcoins is displayed on the bar at the Old Fitzroy pub on September 19, 2013 in Sydney, Australia. The Old Fitzroy pub in Sydney's eastern suburbs will accept the digital currency, Bitcoin, as of Next Sunday. Using a smartphone and a QR code scanning application customers will be able to purchase beer and menu items at the bar. The Old Fitzroy is the first Australian pub to accept Bitcoin payment. (Photo by Cameron Spencer/Getty Images)

Ummmmm I don’t think he’s doing Lent right….

 An Ohio man said he is giving up solid food for Lent and switching to a beer-only diet in an attempt to set a world record. Del Hall, who made headlines in 2019 when he lost 44 pounds in 46 days on his beer-only Lent diet, said he is planning to extend his fast to 50 days this year to set a world record for the beer diet. Hall, said he decided to extend the beer diet after hearing about another man who completed a beer-only Lent. “I don’t think the extra days are going to be a struggle. The hardest part is the first few days,” Hall said. He’s hoping to set an “all-time world record,” but he is not yet sure if the record will be recognized by Guinness World Records.

 

How does he go to work?

How does he do family things?

How does he survive?