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    Supersize characters in books and literature

    Actually, they were only the ancient Romans and Disney who liked to portray Bacchus as a Falsfattian figure, not the Greeks. The Greek Bacchus/Dionysos was portrayed as juvenile-looking, androgyn, Oriental-fashioned, thinly muscular and athletic. After all, he was a conquerrer and the patron...
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    Supersize characters in books and literature

    American literature / folklore Santa Claus, obviously.
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    Supersize characters in books and literature

    Ngala mythology In the various tales of the Ngala people in Central Africa, one tells about a modest peasant and family head who luckily discovered someday on the outskirts of his home village a cave where was hidden a treasure loaded in foods, woven clothing, ornaments and jewels. Being...
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    Supersize characters in books and literature

    Islamic literature A few hadiths in the Quran mentions than one of the daughters of Muhammad, Fatima Zahra, who used to be a remarkable sprinter capable to handke along her aging yet physically fit father, has gained so much weight during the first few years of her marriage along her paternal...
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    Supersize characters in books and literature

    The Torah - The Bible In the Book of the Judges, One of the antagonists vilified by the Hebraic Scriptures, a Moabite ruler named Eglon, was so utterly obese than when the Israelite judge Ehud stabbed him with a sword, the excessive fat from the dying king's maimed immense paunch immediatly...
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    Supersize characters in books and literature

    The Fat Lane A sixteen-year old white, blond, conventionally-attractive senior high school all-American student from an upwardly-mobile middle-upper class, seemingly-perfect all-American family gets everything she want: perfect scores, perfect looks, perfect social status in school (e.g. the...
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    Supersize characters in books and literature

    Well, aside from Hagrid, Aunt Marge, Dudley Dursley, Vernon Dusley and that Malfoy's minion from the HP saga, there has a fair account of heavier-figured and supersize characters in (non-WG/BBW erotica) book and litererature I may identify: Twilight Saga Bella Swan: she was by no means fat...
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    Supersize characters in books and literature

    Dudley was no longer really obese, starting "The Order of The Phoenix" . Also, how can you forget Aunt Marge???
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    Mandatory stay at home weight gain?

    Depends of people. I'm currently following a French girl on Twitter and since the past few weeks of self-quarantine, her weight rapidly ballooned. She wasn't rail thin at all for a start, but... even there, damn...
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    Explain your screen name

    John Smith. For obvious reasons. Moreover, this is also because of nods to "Doctor Who" .
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    Do you speak any foreign languages

    I am basically writing off in a tongue totally foreign to me, so to speak the English language. Being born and raised in French Canada by a family originate from various African members-states of the Francophonie, I am very fluent in that said spoken language: even every once and again to the...
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    Quarantine, Social Isolation and the Effects of The Coronavirus over the F.A. Community

    It seems close from obvious that, as I predicted, this whole pandemics-preventing social isolation period would sooner or later rapidly increase the number of newly faces within the feedist community... #IMeanFeedistGreed Share your insights and opinions.
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    Changes in Lifestyle

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