You don’t need a big appetite to enjoy this burger. You need several big appetites.

A Wendy’s (which once had the insanely popular "Where's the beef?" ad campaign) in Canada is actually selling this mammoth burger, called the ‘T-Rex.’

The ad for the towering heap of anti-vegetarianism was posted on Reddit. It appears in the store, which is the only known restaurant in the chain offering the T-Rex.

With nine patties, it's got more meat on display than a Ron Jeremy movie and should satisfy the hunger of any small country. The store says it began selling this gateway cuisine to E. coli after customers requested it upon seeing a fake ad for it several years back in an issue of Sports Illustrated.

Of course, if the T-Rex, which costs $21.99, doesn’t fill you up (assuming you can figure out how to eat it), you can always upgrade to the combo for $3 more where we'd like to imagine you get nine orders of fries and nine large sodas to help you expedite the whole heart attack thing that’s bound to happen.