He is really "Lonvi' it"!

A Wisconsin man downed his 25,000th Big Mac on the 39th anniversary of the first time he ordered McDonald’s signature sandwich.

Don Gorske reached his milestone at 3:30 p.m. Tuesday while a cheering crowd and about eight television cameras looked on Tuesday.

The 57-year-old, Don Gorske said he ate nine on May 17, 1972 and has only missed nine days since. He typically eats two Big Macs per day.

Dave Rause, owner of the McDonald’s, said he is glad to have Gorske as a regular customer.

“As a business, we’re exceptionally lucky to have a customer like Don,” Rause said. “He’s just an exceptional guy and a sweet, sweet man. He’s also a Big Mac enthusiast. When you have a customer who’s enthusiastic about your product, it’s a great thing.”

Don Gerske jokes that 25,000 is a milestone because people didn’t think he’d live this long. But he says he recently saw a doctor who said he was in good health and his cholesterol is low.