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posted on Mar, 15 2010 @ 12:44 PM
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eurgh just eurgh....

This fat attention seeking woman should receive no aid from anyone as she's determined to not just avoid helping herself, but to risk her health even more by doubling her weight.

Eurgh...




posted on Mar, 15 2010 @ 12:58 PM
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The fact that she apparently has a web page where guys pay to watch her eat fast food.....beggars belief


Hahahahahahahaaa!! That is so funny in such a pathetic way.......

What a waste of existence!

The miserable fatty isn't contributing anything, except producing extra CO2 from the extra food she's eating. She's damaging to the planet as well as herself and her family.

She could at the very least donate herself to medical science & volunteer to take experimental medicines so that obese children may benefit from her gluttony, instead of being so pathetic and attention seeking telling the world that's she going to eat herself to death.

[edit on 15-3-2010 by john124]



posted on Mar, 15 2010 @ 01:06 PM
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Its kind of sad to observe the social conditioning that assuming that someone is very heavy, is automatically assumed to be crazy, and outcast, disgusting gross, and above all, unhealthy and a drain on society. Congratulations, you have let the MSM get to you. To where you even resort to hate mongering.
Fact is she says she is healthy, and plenty of people can even be morbidly obese and be healthy.
Skinny doesn't mean healthy. I have an uncle who claims he is healthy because he is thin. Yet he drinks,smokes a lot, eats tons of fast food and gets four hours of sleep a night. His lifestyle could off him before a lot of heavy people.
But since his devices are not as apparent, he doesn't have to face the same scrutiny and admonishments that someone who has an obvious eating disorder does.

Sad that someone with anorexia is to be pitied, but someone with an eating disorder is a menace to society.



posted on Mar, 15 2010 @ 01:23 PM
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Its kind of sad to observe the social conditioning that assuming that someone is very heavy, is automatically assumed to be crazy, and outcast, disgusting gross, and above all, unhealthy and a drain on society. Congratulations, you have let the MSM get to you. To where you even resort to hate mongering. Fact is she says she is healthy, and plenty of people can even be morbidly obese and be healthy.


Although I definitely agree that 'skinny' does not equal 'healthy' in her case, it's an extreme opposite.

The woman admited she can only walk 20 feet before sitting down and has to use a motor cart to shop.

That is NOT healthy. And she wants to get up to 1,000?

Her heart may be fine, her lungs may be fine, but when you can't walk, that's not 'healthy.'



posted on Mar, 15 2010 @ 01:33 PM
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The only semi logical explanation to her irrational ambitions is that she figures it easy to get fatter and stay fat than lose the weight. She couldnt think highly of herself so not having self respect just makes it all the more easy.



posted on Mar, 15 2010 @ 01:37 PM
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If she is an organ doner when she does die of heart failure or falls down and crushes herself over her own weight what will they do with her? Make her into Flexfuel? Not that I have anything against larger people but being proud of being suicidal isnt cool its like smoking kills slowly a slow chemical death what kind of example is this for that child of hers.



posted on Mar, 15 2010 @ 01:56 PM
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Wow i wonder how much one has to eat.....i'm sure she gets tripple food stamps just for her "condition"...tsk, tsk.....thats bizarre.

She's not fooling anyone. She's just saying that she wants to be the biggest, somehow that takes some of the embarrasement off her...

I hope she has someone who can get into the folds and the cracks...


Sorry, but its true. Welfare must have round the clock nursing for her also, and she gets everything free.

I wouldnt want it.



posted on Mar, 15 2010 @ 02:06 PM
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Originally posted by December_Rain
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I was about to agree with you until I noticed the source dailymail.co.uk...seriously it's clone of FAUX News. Don't believe anything you read there, it's only for entertainment.

[edit on 15-3-2010 by December_Rain]


Actually this is a real fetish and a fringe community. There are women known as "gainers." They strive to put on weight and reach a certain size. Some of these women are intentionally 500lbs or more. Then there are the Feeders and Feedees. Feeders are men that have a fetish about feeding women and causing them to get bigger. The feedees are the women in the equation.

When I worked retail I had a friend that was a feeder. He had a girlfriend that was a feedee/gainer. She loved to have him feed her constantly and wanted to reach 350lbs.

A lot of the guys involved in this stuff actually call themselves "FAs." It stands for Fat Admirers. They get turned on by belly rolls and cellulite. They fantasize about what they call SSBBWS, Super Sized Big Beautiful Women.

I'm all for a woman with curves but these people take it to extremes. They think Lane Bryant models are cute, but they would be beautiful if they put on about 75 to 100 pounds.

I am not joking. This is real and it isn't just an American thing.



posted on Mar, 15 2010 @ 02:12 PM
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We should help her on her path I say nothing but Twinkies dipped in Crisco for her. The fatter she gets the less time we will have to deal with her.



posted on Mar, 15 2010 @ 02:19 PM
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Well, obviously I agree that this woman is destroying her own health.

That said, I do think it is a bit telling that we as a society tend to reward women for being unnaturally skinny, to the detriment of their health as well.

While I agree that what she is doing is not good for her, or her child, what she is doing is really not that different from what some actresses and models do in reverse. She gets attention, and fans, from being fat. Models get attention and fans from being skinny. Both extremes can kill someone.

I just think its a shame that we focus so much of our attention on the bodies people are in, and so little emphasis is placed on the content of their character. Wouldnt it be nice if people spent as much time and money trying to develop a noble character as they do on trying to make their bodies look a certain way.



posted on Mar, 15 2010 @ 03:42 PM
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Fact is she says she is healthy, and plenty of people can even be morbidly obese and be healthy.


Hope you aren't a doctor, as somebody that cannot walk more than a few feet is definitely unhealthy.


Skinny doesn't mean healthy.


Being skinny doesn't mean someone is healthy, but being fat puts stress on all your body's organs, and some point one will fail (probably the heart as it takes the most stress). It's a poor argument to say that not all skinny people are healthy, to make oneself feel better about their obesity. Obesity is unhealthy full stop.


I have an uncle who claims he is healthy because he is thin. Yet he drinks,smokes a lot, eats tons of fast food and gets four hours of sleep a night. His lifestyle could off him before a lot of heavy people.


Possibly, and I'd call him as much of an idiot as obese people.


But since his devices are not as apparent, he doesn't have to face the same scrutiny and admonishments that someone who has an obvious eating disorder does.


This fatty is in the newspapers because she wants to be there. Stop pretending it's someone else's fault. If your uncle wants to broadcast his unhealthy lifestyle, I might also leaving comments there as well criticising it.


Sad that someone with anorexia is to be pitied, but someone with an eating disorder is a menace to society.


Ah well, someone with anorexia isn't contributing to global warming by all of the extra CO2 produced during food production, packaging etc, that the fatties cause. Anorexia doesn't have to be pitied, it just has to be treated. It's easier to put weight on when the mental health issues are sorted, but to get fatties to lose weight is almost near imposssible because of the shear "enormous" effort needed (no pun intended).

Don't forget that fatties also increase the mass of planes, cars, trains, buses etc, and that adds to the strain on society and CO2 emissions.

I agree both anorexics and fatties are both a strain on the health system, but there are more fatties than anorexics. Simple maths!

[edit on 15-3-2010 by john124]



posted on Mar, 15 2010 @ 05:24 PM
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Turn it on its head... imagine this is an article about a woman wanting to be the skinniest/lightest woman in the world:

* At a certain weight, a GP and/or psychiatrist would get involved.

* If she continued, at some point (in the UK) she would be sectioned under the Mental Health Act.

Although this woman is declaring her deliberate wish to become an extreme weight, in daily life we experience/have sight of individuals who deliberately or inadvertently experience extremes in the weight arena. Behind one extreme is a relatively understanding society, acknowledgement of a mental health issue and a degree of medical and/or psychological support. On the other side of the coin, the extreme is considered (by the majority) to be a choice, with the individual identified as having characteristics ranging from lazy to gluttonous to selfish.

Perhaps this dichotomy can't be directly applied to the lady in the OP, but the article still raises an interesting point for discussion IMO.

Peace



posted on Mar, 15 2010 @ 07:03 PM
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Looking at the photo of the fat woman and child sat next to each other, you realise the child could use her as a bouncy castle. Can't imagine her even bigger, it's disgusting enough looking at her that size. Poor child, wonder if she'll be paying for the funeral by her 18th birthday.



posted on Mar, 15 2010 @ 07:17 PM
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Originally posted by recycled
So what exactly is the issue here? We have a woman with an addiction, who has a husband who feeds her addiction, and between them they have a child. Said addiction is damaging to the woman's health, said husband is not taking this into consideration, and said child will eventually suffer by not having her mother in her life.

I think this is what I am getting from the posts on this thread. I have a few questions.

Although this woman's addiction has the propensity to render her body void of life, it would appear by the opinions of some that her mind has already reached this plane of existence, as well as her father's.

How is this particular "sickness" if you will prove them to be parents that are any less loving of their child than a parent living with any other addiction? Say an addiction to sports, Hollywood, politics, etc.

Couldn't it be argued that any lifestyle lived by a parent that does not put their children first, has the potential to render those children useless to society? Render them just as selfish as their predecessors? Put them in a position to continue the cycle?

Her physical health may indeed be at risk in this situation, but her mental health does not deviate from the "norm" by any standards in my opinion.
Our society is laden with people who put their wants and needs in front of their children, regardless of the mental repercussions the children may face.

It may be different in London, but sadly I don't see it that way here in the states.



Yes I think this post was quite succinct and underlines the logic that society tries to us as one could easily add; Alcohol, Cigarettes or any drugs as an addiction for that matter and get the same outcome etc. Though the sensationalism wouldn't quite be the same.
The solution does not lie in the effects it comes about understanding the causes etc



posted on Mar, 15 2010 @ 07:34 PM
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If she's determined to commit suicide, she should have the decency to do it away from her kids.



posted on Mar, 15 2010 @ 08:08 PM
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posted on Mar, 15 2010 @ 08:36 PM
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Originally posted by nixie_nox
Its kind of sad to observe the social conditioning that assuming that someone is very heavy, is automatically assumed to be crazy, and outcast, disgusting gross, and above all, unhealthy and a drain on society. Congratulations, you have let the MSM get to you. To where you even resort to hate mongering.
Fact is she says she is healthy, and plenty of people can even be morbidly obese and be healthy.
Skinny doesn't mean healthy. I have an uncle who claims he is healthy because he is thin. Yet he drinks,smokes a lot, eats tons of fast food and gets four hours of sleep a night. His lifestyle could off him before a lot of heavy people.


You must have missed the part where she also eats tons of fast food, will undoubtedly suffer sleep apnea, will have excess fatty tissue on her organs, will be physically unable to be swift enough to help her child in a time of crisis, and WANTS to be this way.

Your uncle and her ar eno different, imo.



But since his devices are not as apparent, he doesn't have to face the same scrutiny and admonishments that someone who has an obvious eating disorder does.


Sure he does, if you know him.


Sad that someone with anorexia is to be pitied, but someone with an eating disorder is a menace to society.


Difference being, someone with anorexia knows they are ill and often wish they could eat normally, but that disease prevents them.

This woman Wants to be fat, as a sign of some achievement, and is making profit from it. Disgusts me.

And I'm the last person to berate obese people who are genuinely stuck in a rut or suffer a disease that keeps them where they are. I find people who merely attack any overweight people, arrogant and miserable.

But this woman is just pathetic.



posted on Mar, 15 2010 @ 10:02 PM
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This is just sad, and for a number of reasons.

Theres her child of course, the poor kid will have to see her mother die and the truth is that when you see someone that weighs 1000 lbs, they are the rare few whos bodies can deal with that. This woman may very well die once she hits 800 lbs. Apart from her heart she risks stroke, fatty liver disease, kidney failure, diabetes, hypertension, hypothyroidism, man i could go on.

The worst part though is the willingness she has to be the worlds fattest woman. This obviously comes from a need for publicity, she has seen the fat people on tv and thought "hey they'll make a show about me!".

Finally her partner. That guy as others have said is a feeder. Feeders are attracted to fat women but the main thrust of their enabling is power. They love the power of having someone completely and utterly dependant upon them. They know that at any moment they could take away their care and the person involved would end up in an even worse state.

He's a sick man and she's a sad woman.



posted on Mar, 16 2010 @ 02:54 AM
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Originally posted by nixie_nox
Sad that someone with anorexia is to be pitied, but someone with an eating disorder is a menace to society.


This has a whiff of a straw man, I'm afraid. I'm not sure that anorexics really get that much more pity or sympathy than people such as the woman in the OP. I've seen as much disgust, annoyance, ridicule and criticism for anorexics over the years as I have for the woman on this thread whenever anorexia-related stories appear. Certainly more 'freak!' than 'awww, she needs help'.



posted on Mar, 16 2010 @ 04:22 AM
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Reading her blog on myspace sheds some light on her mentality, a tad. Talks about her mother's death, her 'evil' stepmother, being molested at school, etc.

This does seem like the precise flip-side to the anorexic 'thinspiration' girls that encourage each other to lose weight so they can see all their bones. Some of the pictures they use as 'thinspiration' are just frightening, and not anything like what is on magazine covers.
I do consider eating disorders to be much the same-- an obsession with food and self. It's just the manifestation of it that's different.






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