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Old 12-01-2017, 08:42 AM   #32
LarryTheNoodleGuy
 
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Originally Posted by SSBHM View Post
I read several of the posts and it made me wonder where or how I fit in. I've been kind of in a range throughout my life and probably equate gaining and being big to feeling happier too. I've never been really skinny, but unless I feel big, it just didn't feel right. Gaining is exciting to me, and I also like seeing other people gain, as long as they are happy about it.

I wonder if being big or gaining has acceptable limits for all of us? I still want to get bigger. Do others feel this way too?
It's milestones that do it for me. I remember my eyes popping when I got on a scale and saw "191." Then I crossed the threshold to 200 and THAT was like "omg fat" for me. Then 209.

I would keep saying, "Ok, that's big enough." Then 221 and "HFS!!"

Each milestone was both horrifying and exciting...now I have the thought, "Ok, if I ever get to 240, I'll stop." But that's what I said at 191.
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