"Could Someone Really Eat That Gigantic Fast Food Order From GTA: San Andreas?"
For the most part, the writing in the Grand Theft Auto series is a mixed bag. At its best it's possibly entertaining. At its worst it's like someone tried to film an abandoned South Park script with the cast of The Sopranos. That said, some pearls do occasionally emerge, like the iconic scene from San Andreas in which comedic sidekick Big Smoke orders a lot of fast food. It's a lot better than we make it sound, honest.
The internet has studied this cutscene like a lost religious artifact, all in the name of figuring out Big Smoke's order. The best guess we've seen comes from YouTuber WarBear, who over two videos surmised that Smoke ordered three burgers, a bucket of chicken, two large sodas and fries, and three medium sodas and fries. He then eats everyone else's food too -- two burgers, chicken wings (with extra dip), and three more medium sodas and fries. WarBear also took the time to work out the calorific content of Smoke's haul, but that's kind of a moot point, considering that if Smoke was real, the next scene would consist of him writhing on the ground while Sweet Johnson desperately dials 911.
Or would it?
In 2017, Matt Stonie -- a YouTuber who specializes in competitive eating -- took up the challenge and ate his approximation of what Smoke ordered (which isn't too dissimilar from what WarBear suggested). After visiting several restaurants, Stonie consumed the entire thing, which totaled 9,000+ calories, in an awe-inspiring 35 minutes.
Regardless of whether you're a San Andreas fan or just like to see burgers disappear, it's definitely worth a watch. Especially since it concludes with a man surviving after eating a quantity of fast food that could be seen from space.
"What Is The Musical Style Of Donkey Kong Country?"
Video game soundtracks generally come in two flavors: looping beep-boops, melodies, and other sounds reminiscent of someone dropping a synthesizer down a flight of stairs, or beautiful layered orchestral numbers that no one pays attention to because they're too busy shooting enemy guards in the face or wondering when the fuck this ladder is going to end.