This man ate at Chipotle for 153 days straight

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I'll be the first to tell you that I'm one of many who claims to have a Chipotle addiction, but one man in Los Angeles took his love for the food chain to a whole other level.

Andrew Hawryluk -- a 23-year-old animator -- ate at Chipotle for 153 days straight. He didn't stop there, though. Hawryluk even created a website called Chipotlife where he documented his Chipotle-loving journey. He even has the receipts as proof of each meal.

At the top of the site, Hawryluk boldly states, "For the past 153 days in a row I've eaten Chipotle at least once per day, totaling $1,567 and ~110,890 calories worth of food."

He shared that eating Chipotle for 153 days straight didn't really effect his weight -- his go-to meal was only 605 calories. Also, he still has a six-pack -- WHAT?! Hawryluk made sure to mention that his dedication to Chipotle made him more attractive to women:



The inspiration behind his guac-filled journey began when Hawryluk joked with his brother about eating Chipotle for the 40 days of Lent. He told Business Insider, "Once the 40 days ended it was so anticlimactic. I decided to see how much longer I could do it."

He even went as far as to buy extra meals in advance of holidays that Chipotle closed for -- such as Easter and the 4th of July. The company knows about Hawryluk's Chipotle-fest, and they even sent him gift cards for his birthday.

Even though his 153-day journey has come to an end, Hawryluk doesn't plan to stop eating Chipotle any time soon. In fact, he's even planning his vacations based off of which cities have the chain. Now that's dedication.

If this guy didn't make you fall more in love with Chipotle, this video will:

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