Let's Play A Game!! How Fat, Fatter Or Thinner Was Either You Or Anyone You Ever Met??

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For that, let's use the different personal size/weight range categorization table developped and shared earlier on the "where do you draw the line??" thread by respectively *****Feeder forum users finickyfeedee , Maneki-Neko , curiousv and your humble thread author.



curiousv:
[...] let's present my usual definitions:

I wouldn't use weight alone, not even BMI, as people have different body proportions, fitness levels etc. regardless of weight.

I would use relative categories, mostly focused on their effects on daily life.

For 1 to 10 (I intentionally designed this system so that almost everyone fits into 1-6, ideal if you want to create fantasy scenarios with dice). I made this list with women in mind, but you can adjust them to men if you wanted

1: skin and bones, even those who prefer thin would call her too thin. Unhealthy and dangerous. Likely has an eating disorder.

2: thinner than average, but not clinically so.

3: most people would consider this to be normal, and strive to reach this weight if they differ from it.

4: chubby, considered above average weight by most people, but she can still hide the extra weight by carefully chosen clothing and camera angles.

5: definitely fat, and can no longer hide it. Still, the extra weight is not too limiting in most daily tasks and activities. If really attractive and has a great personality, might still be found desirable by those who aren't specifically into fatties (but they still see her weight as a major negative point)

6: obese, the weight starts to impose limits on many activities. People who aren't into fatties start feeling at least somewhat disgusted. Folds appear on different parts of the body regardless of posture, belly can firmly rest in the laps when sitting, some chairs become too tight, some difficulties when picking up things from the floor, basically the biggest size one can get without having either a severe eating disorder or being into feederism, and the biggest size most people will regularly see outside reality TV, or the Internet.

7. fatter than most things are designed for, problems with fitting into small cars, can't fit into some restaurant booths, and even the largest clothes in supersize clothing stores start becoming too small. I consider the border between 6 and 7 to be the border between BBW and SSBBW.

8. still being able to care for themselves, but only with great difficulties. Standing up, or going up a single flight of stairs, or walking more than a few dozen steps, or just standing more then a few minutes are all very exhausting. Basically the biggest size one can have while being able to live completely independently.

9. requires a caretaker for everyday life, but is not completely bedridden. Still, getting up is difficult and might require help.

10. immobility.
 

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Maneki-Neko:
My classification is based on BMI. Yes, I know BMI is not very accurate but it's easier to calculate than fat percentage.

I Skinny/clinically undeweight

BMI < 18
What most people would considerate "too thin".

II Thin / slim

BMI 18 to 21
What media defines as a "perfect" body. Female celebrities would face criticism if they are not within this range

III Average

BMI 22 to 24
The most common weight range. Women at this stage are often labelled as "curvy" if they had a low wais/hip ratio

IV Plump/thick

BMI 25 to 30
Clinically defined as overweight even though they often have no health problems. Recently has become acceptable (but not desiderable) due to 'body positivity' Most plus-size models fit here.

V Chubby/ fatty

BMI 30 to 39

Clinically defined as obese (grade I and II) People would call anybody at this weight as "fat' but I won't unless they have a big belly.

VI Trully fat/BBW

BMI 40 to 60

Fat. My favourite type

VII Super fat/ SSBBW

BMI over 60
Very fat. Very rare outside the U.S. Major health problems

IX USSBBW

BMI usually over 90

Inmobile or near inmobile. Serious health problems.
Not my cup of tea

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Looking at the waist-to-height ratio it would be like:

Thin : WHR < 0,42
Average: 0,42 to 0,5
Plump: 0,5 to 0,55
Chubby: 0,56 to 0,6
Fat: 0,61 to 0,7
SSBBW: above 0,7

but these figures are based on the measurements of female celebrities and Plus-Size models who often have a hourglass/pear figure . For men and apple-shaped the limits would be higher.
 

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Then, the last one (mine) :



1. Emaciated : Having an extremely thin body frame beyond what is (most) universally qualified as an "healthy" range of bodyweight; resumes itself by bony physical characteristic and facial features, pronounced outline of the rib cage, barely to no body fat and eben sometimes muscle atrophy. Most women have an absence of curves coupled by a bust size ranging from virtually nonexistent to the volume of "bee sting" sized breasts (smallest ranges of AA cup) . Often have a BFM (Body Fat Mass) percentage ranging below 14% ;

2. Skinny / underweight : Having a less extremely thin body frame, can be ranged most oftentimes from below what is clinically speaking qualified of a proper healthy bodyweight (BFM ranging from 15 to 17,9%) to the smallest end of the healthy curve (18 - 20%) .
Characterized by a body type ranging from bordeline emaciated to rail thin. Women wears oftentimes jeans or trousers ranging from size Double-Zero to size 2, tops/shirts ranging from XS to S size and a breast size ranging from nearly nonexistent to a full B cup, with minor expections going up one or two cups bigger. Very little amount of body fat, but both sexes may still can develop a smallest variety of features stereotypically associated with people of heavier size if their body fat distribution or dieting favors such fledging development of "skinny-fat" features (choblet, flab upper arms, fairly thicker neck, undefined jawline, belly that curve out / potbelly, love handles, fledgling rolls) ;

3. Thin : Range of size located into the smallest end of what is culturally perceived as "normal-weight" in most Western countries, between 20 and 23% of BFM. Principal characteristics are a low body fat mass, defined body tones and characteristics then little to no flab ; however, both sexes can none only still develop a variety of features stereotypically associed with people of heavier size (choblet, flab upper arms, soft features, fairly thicker neck, undefined jawline, potbelly / potbelly / proper beer gut) but ending up properly skinny-fat . Most women of this size wears jeans or trousers going up from size 2 to size 6, tops/shirts going up from size XS to size M then a bust size going up from most generically from an A to D cup, with minor expeptions who may wore size-8 trousers/jeans, L size tops/shirts then a much heavier bust size ranging from a DD to F cup ;

i. Skinny-fat : body type characterized by characteristics stereotypically associated with people of heavier size, in spite having very-low-to-moderably-high levels of body fat (skinny to the smallest end of being clinically overweight) ; these said characteristics (choblet, undefined jawline, fairly thicker neck, flabby upper arms, belly that curve out / potbelly / beer gut) may range from barely noticeable (little to no jiggling motion onto the body, belly that curve out) to abnormal (very noticeable jiggling pace, fairly hindered mobility range and walking gait, beer gut) ;

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ii. Curvy : typical feminine body type ranging from very-low-to-grotescly-high levels of body fat (skinny to extremely "morbidly" obese) ; principal characteristics are the development of much pronounced feminine sexual characteristics (breasts, hips, buttocks, thigh shape) whilst having a defined or smaller waist no matter what.
Can be divized in numerous subsets:

- ii.a Curveous : Having a skinny or thin frame yet gently noticeable set of curves. Think about Maggie Geha who've played full-grown young Poison Ivy in the fourth season of "Gotham" ;

- ii.b Sylphid : Having a skinny or thin frame, yet a set of rather comely hips, moderably sized breasts (B to D cup) and gently plump thighs. Think about the "fat ones" amongst the K-Pop female popstars or about Camilla Mendes. Lupita N'yongo has a much athletic iteration of that body type ;

- ii.c : Fairly Voluptuous : Having a thin or overweight frame, yet a set of comely hips, moderably to fairly big sized breasts (D to DDD/F) and a set of thighs ranging from leanly shapely to fairly plump. Think about what Madelaine Petsch currently looks today or if you have no idea who she is, just think about Angela Bassett ;

- ii.d Moderably Voluptuous / Planturous : the textbook "voluptuous" woman in Western beauty standards ; having a thin or overweight frame, yet a set of child-bearing hips, a bosomed chest ranging from orange to small melon sized (C to GG) and a set of fairly thicker, yet shapely or plump thighs. Think about the impossibly proportioned cartoon sex-symbol Jessica Rabbit or about a real-life yet stauesque, bordeline Botticellian-figured Margot Robbie. Nay about Jennifer Lawrence or Priyanka Chopra ;

ii.e Very Voluptuous / Very Planturous : just a heavier-figured evolution of the "textbook" voluptuous body. The same characteristics, but ranging from a dress size 12 to a size 16 and a bust size ranging from grapefruit to melon sized (DDD to JJ) .
Five words : Mad-Men era Chritina Hendricks

ii.f Zaftig : American colloquial expression of Yiddish origin, coining one plump or heavier, full rounded heavyset woman. Their shape (regarding their bodyweight, body shape, height or body fat distribution) may range from a Two-Broke-Girls era Kat Dennings-like bearing to a fat Christina Aguilera, to Tara Lynn, to pre-skinny Adele to 2015-era Ashley Graham, to Diana Sirokai up from 2016 to 2019 to the proportions alike to Jessica Simpson at her fattest or a pre-2017 era Tess Holliday... which tell a long about how loose that colloquial term is when a Kat Dennings at her fullest is the smallest end of what an obese, blimpful Jessica Simpson (or less obese Tess Holliday) is the heaviest paragon ;

ii.g Rubenesque : term of artistic origin, coining about Paul Ruben's famously portayal of full-rounded, shapely women and any woman bearing similar characteristics. May range from overweight to superobese (ex. : postpartum Marilyn Monroe, Agent Peggy Carter-era Hayley Atwell ; or the more Baroque cases such like pre-diet culture era Rosie Mercado, pre-diet culture era Supersize Mami, Vivienne Rose, the prehistoric Venus figurines, Nakitende Esther, Randalynn, Natasha Crown, BigCutieBobbery... yes, that range is wide A*) .

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iii. Thick / Thicc (also known as "Tits and Ass" or "T&A"smiley : colloquial American expression of vernacular African-American origin, coining about a variety of full-rounded, small-waisted, plump-legged, (often) chafing-thigh friendly, very-to-cartoonishly bottom-heavy, buxomly women ranging from the smallest "slim-thicc" (ex. : Goddess Shar at her starting feedee career, Carmen Bivaconda, Emily Betts Rickards, Hannah Stockings...) to "thickfit" range (chubby-era Inanna Sarkis, ...) to "muscular-thicc" (Natasha Encinosa, Chun-Li from the "Street Fighter" video game series) , to "buff-thicc" (Natasha Encinosa. Again) to moderably thicc (Beyonce, chubby-era Candice Patton, Doja Cat, Meg The Stallion) to nearly thicc (Fall 2017-Winter 2018 era Rihanna, Love Anastasia...) to thicc proper (Amirah Dyme, Andrea Abeli, pre-feederism era Chinky Jawn, Carmella Habibi...) to "extrathicc" (2015-era Ashley Graham, Kerwan Celestine, Jill Scott, Brianna Amor, Carmella Habibi again...) to megathicc (think about Olivia Jensen in navy blue swimsuit, waddling through a pathway for a commercial. Or about Nakitende Esther) .

Sometime used to mockerously coin very buff, tall coloured men built like NFL running-back players as well as buff-legged men.

iv. Buff : colloquial gym-goer expression to describe any person, regarldess their sex, with an rather even amount in high muscle mass and body fat, ranging from bordeline overweight to the early "morbid" range of obesity.

Think about Rhonda Rousey when she got fat. Or about any running-back NFL player ;

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4. Overweight : range of size ranging from 24 to 32% of BFM for women, or 24 to 28% for men. Both sexes may retains or not (less) thin characteristics, or develop apparent characteristics prevailed while having an excess weight (softening features, rounder face, choblet / doublechin, thicker neck, loss of the shoulder bone outline, fairly-to-moderably larger corpulence, ecetera) . Stammering signs of the decrease of mobility range, body core balance, pace and walking gait may or may not appears at this stage, even may start to waddle ; women often wore trousers or jeans ranging from size 8 to 14, tops/shirts of size M to XL and a bust size ranging from a C cup to JJ cup.
Studies claims than 3 American women on 5 are overweight, while 2 Canadian women are overweight. In other words, being overweight in North America is the new "normal-weight" , statistically speaking ;

5. Clinically obese : range of size ranging from from 32 to 35% for women, or 28 to 35% for men. May retains or not (lesser) thin characteristics, or develop apparent characteristics associated to chubby, plump or downright fat people. Stammering signs of the decrease of mobility range, body core balance, pace and walking gait may or may not appears at this stage, even may start to waddle ; if they appeared at am earlier stage, might been imexorably magnified. Women often wore trousers or jeans ranging from size 14 to 20, tops/shirts of size L to 2X and a bust size ranging from a DD cup to a K cup.

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v. Chubby : term coining one person losing thin features, of a rather corpulent, gently doughy form yet far from being fat. Think about pre-weight loss Jenna Coleman ;

vi. Plump : term coining heavier chubby people within the FA community, of a rather corpulent, globby form yet still far from being fat. Think about Katy Mixon during her early years stepping into obesity ;

vii. Fat / downright obese : term coining obese people who actually looks obese no matter what. Of a very corpulent form.
Subdivized in many separate parts:

vii.a Smollfat : smaller-sized BBWs / BHMs who actually look obese. Think about Goddess Shar ;

vii.b : Rotund : medium-to-rather-large-sized BBWs / BHMs. Very overall globby. Think about Tess Holliday from 2015 to 2018 or about how Diana Sirokai does currently looks ;

vii.c : Blubberful / Blubberry obese : heavier BBWs /BHMs and lesser SSBBWs / SSBHMs. Think about how Loey Lane or Tess Holliday does currently looks ;

vii.d : Elephantesc : medium-to-supersized SSBBWs / SSBHMs. Think about Bobbery, Plumprincess, BigCutie Brianna or the heaviest models from '50 Inches Or Better' ;

vii.e : Couch-Breaker : the smallest end of the USSBBW / USSBHM range. Most of these people have little to no mobility.

vii.f : Bedbound : the heaviest end of the USSBBW / USSBHM range. Carry well its title : near- to virtually immobile.

vii.g : Near-Inhumanely Obese : carry its title well. Every still-living superobese person whose weight range above 800+ pounds.
The world's heaviest human being in recorded history, an Egyptian woman deceaded two years ago following post-surgery recovery complications at Mumbai in India, weighed over 1430 pounds prior her first and last liposuction session, the heaviest weight ever recorded from a human being ;

viii.h. MUSSBBW / MUSSBHM : acronym for "Massively Ultra Sized Big Beautiful Woman" (and you guess for its male counterpart) , invented by WG / Fat Fetishist writers and artists to coin a fictional category of extremely obese people whose excess weight has skyrocketed through superhuman levels of size, width and vitality ; often weigh about one-ton or more. They had lost nearly any physical human characteristic as their subcutaneous body frame setback, skull, internal organs and lower limbs are all literally buried and squashed beneath hundreds and hundreds of pounds of multi-staged rolls, of large pockets of fat, of sidebreasts and backfat, of FUPA and buttocks cheeks's C H E E K S and so many body characteristics never named before for the simple reason they don't even exists.
Have you heard about cankles?? These people have most certainly knankles perhaps even actual thankles . They are so huge than even the range of mobility of their arms, hands and fingers have significantly decreased to low to almost nonexistent, thanks to these Michelin mascot-loolalike stunted appendages bulging out of their flesh we dare to call "arms" . Their cheeks may or may not being massively swollen enough to literally constrain and pout away their lips. When their stomach grumble - if their organs and bones survive to the neverending internal pressure and strain extered by their own body fat and atrophied muscles - would actually thud and make ripple their entire glump-like giant body for several seconds, even minutes. This mere portrayal is a grotesque spectable of sheer erotic fantasy at its most extreme.

viii. (beyond h) : You have no idea how insanely creative the erotic mind is ...

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6. Type II Obese : range of size ranging from 35 to 40% of BFM for both men and women ; at this stage, losing its thin features is totally inexorable for men while very few women remains slim-looking at such stage. Signs of significantly apparent fat characteristics are inexorable. Decrease of the walking gait, body core balance, mobility range, speed and stamina. May waddle. The average person may sense the floor quake whenever such persom pose a step ;

7. Type III Obese / "Morbidly" obese : range of size ranging from 40 to 50% of BFM. Slim features are far much rare for women at this stage. Further decrease of the walking gait, body core balance, mobility range, speed and stamina. Unavoidably waddle. May need two seats to rest comfortably. The average person may sense the room struck by a pacing series of loud microtremors whenever such person pose a step ;

8. Type IV Obese / "Extremely morbidly" obese : range of size ranging from 50 to 60% of BFM. Women have no longer any reminiscent slim-looking features (unless being Lipoedemic, cosmetically-enhanced or being 400-lbs Nakitende Esther) . Further decrease of the walking gait, body core balance, mobility range, speed and stamina. Waddle heavily. Need two seats to rest comfortably. The entire room quake at every single step ;

9. Type V Obese / Extremely Obese / Superobese : range of size ranging above a BFM of 60%. Any woman who was genetically favored by an almost unscathed visage until then would observe their face rapidly catch up along the rest of their heavy figure at such stage (ex. : BigCutie Beccabae... her face remained almost unaffected even after having gained 300 pounds then after a matter of months, BOOM! Her neck and cheekbones were all gone, buried under a triplechin and a set of chipmunk cheeks) . Further decrease of the walking gait, body core balance, mobility range, speed and stamina. Waddle heavily. Need two or three seats to rest comfortably ;

Beyond 10 : medical conventions no longer coins anything beyond Type V obesity.
 
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