so after my second 10 lb stuffing in two days i still managed to get mcdonalds for dinner and then did a coke bloat until i ran out of coke and then drank a litre of water so as you can see my belly is now the tightest it’s ever been
Hey folks, happy #Faturday! I went on a date today :-) A really good one! I’ll keep y’all updated if it turns into anything. This week has been good, I’m starting to tackle a LOT of the stressors that have been dragging me down all semester. My eating is up and some of y’all seem to have PLENTY of fun keeping me too bloated to stand with buffet trips. But I love it guys, it’s a lot of fun getting bigger from community participation. Gives y’all some more control over my size😉😋 More and more people are starting to refer to me as a “lumberjack” or “cub” or “big guy,” I’m noticing it more and more. It’s exciting as hell guys! I’ll see y’all next week with another, heavier update!
It’s #faturday, and none of my damn clothes fit! My XLs are fitting pretty well right now but getting tighter by the day, and my 40 waist pants feel snug. Hell yeah for fall gains 🍁 Pretty soon here I’m going to go on a shopping trip for clothes, so that means I’ll have new outfits to show you guys! 😄 I’m really looking forward to being nice and insulated this winter. Life has been better this last week, I’ve been managing stress well and I have a first appointment with a new therapist coming up! Thank you all for your good vibes when I’ve needed them, I hope you guys are having an awesome last few days of September and are ready for a very spoopy, very fattening October 🎃 Seeya next week!
It must’ve taken a lot of food to make you this way. You used to be in great shape, an athletic person with firm abs and legs built for moving with speed and agility. But you decided that healthiness wasn’t for you. You started to overeat, loading your plate with more and more food every day. You discovered the pure joy of having your belly stuffed too tightly with food, and the slowly building mass of flab you were developing. Unsatisfied with your fattening habits, you made them even worse. Instead of overeating like a normal person might, you began overeating like a gluttonous pig. This was no longer as simple as taking an extra meatball or cutting a larger piece of pie. You were now eating three McDonald’s family meals at one time, overfeeding yourself on the most fattening foods available to you. That pudge around your waist was suddenly out of control. It seemed to surge with more blubber after every massively fattening meal, growing more obese every minute. Your once athletic body slowed down, hampered by your habit of eating only junk food, your failure to do any exercise whatsoever, and the fresh new fat blossoming all over your heavy body. You just kept eating. You watched as your muscles dissolved into more fat. You watched as your appetite grew, contributing to an unstoppable cycle of fattening yourself up. Now you’re officially fat, sporting a hulking pot belly and jiggly, useless muscles. Even though moving is getting harder, it just keeps getting easier to eat. As long as it’s loaded with fat, sugar, or both, you’re happy to pack it into your sagging belly. Donuts, hot dogs, fries, chocolates, sausage, burgers, cakes, pies, pasta, cookies, brownies, fried chicken, tacos, pizza, and ice cream are all daily staples for you. Your meals are growing as fast as you are. Rich and fattening foods are ballooning your belly and deepening the fat rolls that line your obese body. You’re swelling with the product of your own disgusting gluttony - pound after pound after pound of soft, wobbling blubber. You walk with a waddle, your weak, flabby legs struggling to support the immense weight of your inflated fat deposits. They’re ballooning larger and larger even now, bulging with the products of last night’s fast food binge. Every greasy meal you stuff yourself with sinks you deeper and deeper into the inescapable addiction to fat that will prevent you from ever losing weight again. For the rest of your gluttonous life, you’re just going to keep ballooning with pound after pound of soft pudgy fat.
I think this one’s pretty neat. Thank you to @gutlordgaineruk and @fck-me-upp for their inspiration. I’ve intentionally made it 100% gender neutral (but if you must know, it’s written with @gutlordgaineruk in mind). Hope you all enjoyed! Cheers! -R