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The punishment could have been a lot worse Lee Sanderlin was the worst at fantasy football in his league. His punishment is to spend 24 hours in a Waffle House. His “punishment” is reduced by an hour for every waffle he eats.

I am coming to you live from a Brandon, Mississippi Waffle House. I, a total loser, came in last place in my fantasy football league. As punishment, I spend 24 hours in a Waffle House. Every waffle I eat shaves an hour off the clock. It’s 4:07 Central.— Lee Sanderlin (@LeeOSanderlin) June 17, 2021

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Part of me would want to fast for the entire experience. The different type of people you would see and get to chat with could be worth it. If not, then offer the staff to work as a line-cook for one night. All the sudden the time would speed up and you wouldn’t have to eat a gross amount of waffles.

Obviously, that’s why I’m going on hour 6 in a waffle house my man. If I could finish this cold, concrete ass waffle I could shave an hour off— Lee Sanderlin (@LeeOSanderlin) June 18, 2021

Lee I lost my league two years ago and had to eat Walgreens sushi and an egg salad sandwich in between vigorous sets of calisthenics, you can absolutely do this brother— Josh Friedman (@yoshfriedman) June 18, 2021

Would you try 24 Runzas in 24 hours if Runza stayed open for those 24 hours?

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