There's carnivores and then there's carnivores.

According to Geekologie, British chef Tristan Welch created a 28-lb. sandwich featuring 35 different varieties of meat! That's not a sandwich. That's a meatwich, designed expressly for the non-discerning carnivore. In addition to being an affront to vegans -but who cares about those brittle-boned herbivores?- it also begs a lot of questions.

First, how the hell do you cut that thing in order to, uh, enjoy a hunk? That's to say nothing of how quickly you'll hit the toilet after consuming a portion of it. Also, there's no room for condiments. What about the mayo or mustard or oil, vinegar and oregano?

Below is the list of contents between those two slices o' bread.

120g Ndjua
260g roast beef
120g boiled ham
160g Proscuitto
150g honey-roast ham
90g cooked turkey
155g cooked chicken
155g garlic chicken
180g smoked duck breast
120g cooked pork
120g roast ham
280g corned beef
150g German salami
150g Italian sausage
240g cured ham
80g French peppercorn salami
70g Saucisson Sec de Provence
70g herbed Saucisson Sec de Provence
360g chorizo
70g serrano ham
80g pastrami
140g pancetta
150g bacon
70g garlic salami
70g Italian salami
80g dry-cured Proscuitto
380g Bratwurst sausage
150g breaded ham
100g Mortadella
100g Speck
150 Parma ham
65g Jambon Iberico de Bellota
140g Finocchiona
70g wild boar pork salami
100g smoked venison
250g beetroot, sliced
110g assorted salad leaves
1 large red onion, sliced into rings
680g gherkins, sliced
1 large loaf of bread

Welch created the sub for the debut of 'Man v. Food' on the U.K. version of The Food Network. And they say Americans are gluttonous.