WORLD’S BEST 7-ELEVEN WILL BLOW YOUR MIND (Never Seen Before)!





I lived at the world’s best 7-eleven for a day which is a mega 7-Eleven the size of 2-3 Japanese 7-Elevens and Taiwan 7-Elevens. This 7-11 has never been documented before, so I was so excited to have a challenge here! While traveling I’ve experienced many convenience stores like Lawson and 7-11 while also trying street food, vending machines and fast food in Asia. For example I have done the subjects of Living on Vending machines for 24 hours in Tokyo, and LIVING on 7-ELEVEN FOODS in TAIWAN for 24 HOURS, however, none of these topped this 7-Eleven and convenience store! This gas station and convenience store looked more like the world’s most advanced convenience store combined with all the world’s best 7-elevens in 1! So enjoy this 24 hour challenge video that will blog your mind and impossible challenge / impossible food challenge as we lived entirely from this 7-eleven for 24 hours. During the challenge, we find snacks, Japanese street food, Taiwan street pizza, noodles, hot dog, pizza, things better then taquitos, street food, hot meal vending machines, and overall tasty food!

The location of the 7-11:

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Watch All the 24 hour challenges:

Watch these specific ones next:

LIVING on VENDING MACHINES in TOKYO for 24 HOURS

WORLD’S BEST CAPSULE HOTEL ($9/Night)!

WORLD’S BEST GAS STATION (Size of 22 7-ELEVENS)!

LIVING on 7-ELEVEN FOODS in TAIWAN for 24 HOURS!

WORLD’S CHEAPEST 5-STAR HOTEL ($29/Night)!

What’s the deal with the 104 adventures!?
Currently, I am on a challenge in 2020 to live and do more than I ever have before in 2020 with 104 new adventures (every Tuesday and Friday). Watch them in order if you want to keep up with the continuous adventures on how we got to this 7-Eleven video!

40 Replies to “WORLD’S BEST 7-ELEVEN WILL BLOW YOUR MIND (Never Seen Before)!”

  1. Casual Otaku

    Sadly we had a chance to have these kinds of stores in the US but not enough people used them. They were called Famima! and they were awesome. Personally I think the issue was that they plopped them down in urban centers where the cafes and fast food American's are used to drowned them out because we're still ingrained to think of convenience store food as subpar.

  2. Subodeep Ray

    You broke 2 cute girls 💓 today the 1st one who is showing you the item she returns hoping you would ask her number and the 2nd one in the counter you should definitely take 🤳 with her

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