Two women listed here put away 13+lbs (about 1.7 gallons) of food in under 10 minutes. That would be like 50 quarter pounders. They have youtube videos where they film themselves eating a 10 lbs pizza or downing a gallon of milk in 50 seconds. youtube.com/user/mikisudo youtube.com/user/DeepFriedDiva I would so love to take a woman like that out to dinner
Given everything we hear everyday about the health problems gaining weight causes many of us may be concerned about how weight gain will affect our health. For anyone that is interested I have been publishing links to research that takes an objective view to health and weight issues. The conclusions from this research is a lot different than what the diet industry would have you believe.
We all have wonderful feeder/feedee fanatasies. I guess I am trying to understand the realities of the massive physical changes that she is going to experience as she goes from being an unnoticed and able to fit in any wheres part of society to being stared at, commented about and being unable to physically do some things that small people take for granted. Given that me as her partner and the person that wants her to physically be that way I would feel I have a responsibility to ensure that her life is as easy and comfortable as possible as she gives up a certain sense of "fitting in" to become what we both want her to be. I am quite happy if she wants to work but I would also be fine for her to stop working if she said "it is just getting too difficult" esp if she had a job that was physically demanding (and it became more so with each extra lb she had to move) SO I guess I was wondering from a feedees perspective do u anticipate a time when u would rather (need) stay home because your size made it difficult to work? Is it something u look forward to or something that u feel might be making u lose some independence?
As your feedee grows have the 2 of you decided how how big she will get before she doesn't have to work anymore? She doesn't have to do house work when she gets beyond a certain size?
If I was ever lucky enough to find a real feedee assuming average height I would say when she reaches 450 lbs if she was beginning to find it difficult to work because of her size I wouldn't expect her to go to work if she didn't want to and when she reached 500+ lbs I wouldn't expect her to be helping with house work if she didn't want to.
I feel my feedee would have made a lot of significant physical changes in her life for us and as part of that relationship I should be making her life as easy as possible.
How does everybody else feel about this? How big would your feedee need to be before u think she shouldn't have to work?
From a feedee perspective how big do you think you would be before you would find it difficult to work? If you are a feedee in/planning to be in a relationship do you have an expectation of eventually no longer working?