Molly Schuyler went to WORK Friday at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia.
By DEVOURING an eye-popping 363 chicken wings in a HALF HOUR, the 5-foot-7, 125-pound mother of four set a new record at Wing Bowl 22.
The previous record was held by Takeru Kobayashi, who ate 337 in 2012.
Schuyler, from Omaha, Neb., didn't exactly cruise to the crown, narrowly edging Patrick Bertoletti, whose 356 wings mark the second most consumed.
Jamie "The Bear" Anderson, last year's champion, was third with 304.
For the gutsy effort that may or may not entail puking her guts out later, Molly Schuyler won the $22,000 top prize, a gold medal and a championship ring.
"I have car payments and kids, so it's all good," Schuyler said.
Kids that could've eaten for a week with 363 wings.
She is no stranger to elite competition of this gluttonous nature.
To qualify for the Wing Bowl, Schuyler ate nine pounds of cottage cheese in 114 seconds, which may or may not be the most disgusting feat ever.
Molly also shattered another world record recently, Hoovering a 72-ounce steak in three minutes (above), a feat which is only slightly less disgusting.
We've love to see her take on ridiculous quantities of these: