Did you document your development with pictures? I'm sure many of us would love to see them.so I went to the doctor's office (who was not as happy as I am about this) and I have crossed the 600lb mark. I read the beginning of this thread and it feels like a different life thinking back on those times.
Yes, I agree it's more practical and healthy to fantasize than to put those dreams into action. Besides, your height-weight ratio already offers a girl plenty to grab, admire and have fun withMy BMI is about 44, but strangely enough, I don't really consider myself to be "fat," even though I am 275 lbs and 5-6. Maybe it's because my weight gain has been so gradual over the years. But I fantasize constantly about being much, much fatter and try to imagine myself at 300, 400, 500 or more. And I would of course take photos so that I could watch myself explode. What a turn on that would be! But then I wonder what my life would be like and how I would feel about myself if I really had a 72 inch waist, or example. So I suppose it will remain just a fantasy, like being surrounded by adoring FFA's!