An incredibly fat neck works just as well as a collar to remind someone who owns them.
Sept 2017: 270lbs
Feb 2020: 315lbs
April 2020: 370lbs
Feb 2020: 420lbs
I really did get fat in 2020!
Why do I want to get fat?
Because I want to let go and allow myself to have the body I dream of. To be the object of a partner who finds fulfillment in the overindulgence and fattening of others. I love fat bodies and have dreamed of having one of my own for the longest time.
I want to feel my skin stretch as my body grows softer, fatter and larger. The feeling of clothes tightening and stretching, tearing and bursting is an exhilarating reward that lets me know I’m reaching my dream body. To feel rolls rise across my body, pushing outwards against my clothes, forcing me to seek out a larger size.
Food, eating and binging is an activity that makes me happy. Not because of guilt or shame, but because I enjoy it and cherish every bite. Because I love the thrill of a person encouraging me to meet my limits and push myself a little further. The feeling of a bloated belly and seeing how large it’s become in front of my eyes is blissful. Becoming incapacitated and vulnerable is beautifully intimate. To feel loving hands poke and rub my distended stomach, the teasing and marvel, the desire and lust.
To give in to laziness, gluttony and obesity is comfortable, relaxing and peaceful. Slowing down to a waddle due to cumbersome thighs and the momentum of a backside that has it’s own center of gravity. To feel the excessive weight on my frame as struggle to get out of bed and the extended time it will take to wash my overgrown body. Knowing that sitting at the table isn’t as hot as sitting in front of an open fridge and binging like a ravenous pig. Having my body develop rolls where I never thought I’d have them, a fat pad or fupa, arms that sag, ankles that swell and bulbous breasts that should be flat, yet arouse me to no end. I want to feel my belly hang out of tshirts and to force shirts open. To feel my body jiggle as I make any slight movement. So that I can have a fatter face, with thick chin rolls. And to widen and take up more space, with a fat back that has rolls that resemble breasts sagging to the side. Most importantly to have soft, flabby belly, extending in front of me, becoming the largest part of my body. A belly so big, that it forces my thick legs apart when I sit. I want my belly and thighs to be so round, that they bury my parts giving rise to extra care of my own wandering hands and the lustful hunt for of an enamored partner.
Because we only live once and I would rather allow myself to live the life I fantasize about. Bodies are fluid, they shrink and they grow or they stay the same. But for me, I want it to expand, to bloat and grow softer. Because I’ve realised that I’d rather be happy and fulfilled than frustrated and unhappy. As I grow fatter and rounder, I become jolly and sensual. My fantasies and kinks are important to me, I want to live them and to experience them without shame. I need to let myself become a glutton and sought out by an encourager, who would fatten me up and help me set the best worst example for myself. Because I want someone to share my desires with and to experience theirs. I want to be pushed to the point where I can consensually submit and feel myself get fatter as my inhibitions are broken, as I become the obese version of myself I lust for. To double in size, then triple - my thighs being bigger than my torso used to be, my breasts bigger than my head and my backside as wide as a family couch.
Because this is who I am and I WANT to get fatter.
Should I go out in this medium shirt?
Feb 2020(330ish) to Aug 2020(406lbs)
Next step to have it completely covered in my blubber!
Do you think you’d just keep going after five hundred?
I’ve talked about it with my encourager. If my body feels up to it, and if I don’t feel big enough. I’ll probably push past 500, time will tell!
300lbs(July 2019) to 350lbs(March 2020) to 400lbs(July 2020)
For me I hate eating garbage everyday, I’m very passionate about cooking and I love eating foods that give me life. Eating fast food and junk food all the time just makes you feel drained and not wanting to do anything for the next 5 hours. If I want AYCE, my go to places are Korean BBQ, Brazilian steakhouses, and AYCE sushi places that make it fresh.
I can not stand most buffets with there 5 day old food.
A lot of people don’t take the time to understand that encouragement isn’t always about telling someone to eat. So, let’s expand on what encouragement means, so that we can be better Feeders, Encouragers or Mutual Gainers.
- Remind them it’s okay to want to be fat and being fat doesn’t make them a bad person.
- Tell them that they are beautiful or handsome with their new weight and that it suits them.
- Reassure them that it’s great that they want to work towards their dream body.
- Communicate that it’s okay if they decide that they’re happy with the weight they’ve gained or they need to lose weight. Remind them that their bodily autonomy is important and it’s their choice.
- Praise their increased appetite and tell them that their passion for food is wholesome.
- Congratulating them for sticking to their daily calorie goals.
- Tell them that it’s alright to take a rest when they’re stuffed and they don’t need to push themselves 100% of the time.
- When they tell you they aren’t feeling too good, have the empathy to reassure that it’s okay to have a relaxed day.
- If they have done a good job at stuffing and overeating, aftercare is important. Encouragement isn’t only verbal, ask if they want to have their belly rubbed or if they would like to be cuddled. See if there’s anything you can do to ease their discomfort. Is there a movie you can watch together? Maybe some music would go well with bloated snuggles?
- Notice their softness and brighten their day by saying that you appreciate how cuddly they are / have become.
- Reassure them by telling them that their gain is beautiful at any size and that all bodies gain differently. Show them the things you’ve noticed and love about their growing body.
- And if they’re a guy, hype them up by saying the moobs they’re developing look wonderful and really suit them.
- Tell them that their double chin is beautiful.
- When their clothes are getting too small, inspire them by telling them their belly popping out under their shirt is cute.
- If you’ve noticed that their confidence improve as they become happier in their body, make sure you let them know.
- Have some empathy and reassure them by explaining that it’s okay to feel anxious about judgement and that you’ll stand by them in judgmental situations.
- You’re their partner in this, have the time for them to discuss their anxieties and fears around gaining weight or being fat.
- If they break furniture, laugh it off and say that it’s understandable that some furniture is too flimsy and it’s time to buy some new furniture that better supports their size.
- As their body expands, tell them that you don’t mind helping them reach places they can’t when taking care of their body. Offer to tie their shoe laces and start getting things for them. Allow them to rest, remember it takes a lot of energy to maneuver bigger bodies.
- If you’re moving too fast, remember your Feedee’s size. Take steps to make them feel like they aren’t a burden with reduced mobility and tell them that you don’t mind taking things slower.
- Remember that their body is their own and not yours to dictate.
- And most importantly, always tell them that you love and admire them. Make them feel beautiful and welcome.
This belly needs to be so much bigger!
Please make me fatter!