The Corpulent Cavewoman

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    The Corpulent Cavewoman
    by thedoctor66


    There once was a time, many eons ago, when human beings were far from being the dominant species of the planet. In this long gone era, mankind was merely one of several species of mammals struggling to stay alive in this harsh and unforgiving world. Lacking the size, strength, and speed of most of their fellow beasts, our earliest ancestors relied solely on their intelligence and smarts to stay alive. However, even with their vastly superior intellects, for many early humans survival was a daily struggle. With farming still many years in mankind’s future, the small tribes scattered throughout the land depended almost completely on the meat from wild animals. However, hunting such powerful beasts was difficult and often dangerous work, and many tribes had grown accustomed to a life of near constant hunger and malnourishment. For these people, the ideas of overeating and gaining weight were completely unfamiliar concepts. However, for one tribe, and one of their tribeswomen in particular, all that was about to change…


    The great yellow light rose high into the sky, just as it did every morning, illuminating the mouth of a cave embedded in a craggy cliff face. At the mouth of this cave stood a hunched, wizened old man staring out at the landscape in front of him. As always, he was the first of his tribe to arise from slumber and face the new day; he felt it was his duty as the tribe’s leader, or “Brak”. The old man idly tugged at his unkempt gray beard, briefly trying to remember what he had been called before he became his people’s Brak. He knew he had a name before that, but he been called Brak by his people for so long he could no longer recall it. He quickly dismissed such foolish ramblings from his head and turned his thoughts to more serious matters. His people were in serious danger from starvation. Ever since the Cold White Rain had fallen to the ground several seasons ago, the herds of deer and boar that were the bulk of his people’s food supply had either died off or moved away. This lack of food, combined with the brutal cold that came with the White Rain, had resulted in the deaths of over half the people in the tribe. To make things worse, the tribe had recently been attacked by the evil spear-toothed cat, killing several of his best hunters and warriors. Now, he only had three hunters left, and about two dozen children and old ones. With a sudden grunt, Brak shook himself from his musings, and painfully hobbled back to the cave.


    Brak walked over to a corner of the cave where his three hunters were huddled together sleeping. The oldest and most experienced of them was K’Tal, a very tall and muscular woman whose strength and courage were unrivalled by any man. She was the only member of her tribe who had killed one of the spear-toothed cats, and she proudly clothed herself in the creature’s fur and wore one of its teeth in her jet black hair. Lying next to K’Tal was her younger brother Chul. Little more than a boy, he did not possess his sister’s great height or strength, but he had already proven himself to be a tenacious and capable hunter, as the boar tusk he wore in a necklace around his neck attested. The last of the three hunters was a woman called Kez. Her features were far more delicate and her physique much more slim and lithe than most of the other women of the tribe, but the relative slightness of her build did not inhibit her when she was on the hunt. She clothed herself in the furs of a giant sloth she had once killed, the dull brown coat of the animal contrasting sharply with her flaming red hair that hung down just past her shoulders.


    With a loud barking noise, Brak woke the three hunters from their sleep. Once awake, they wasted very little time. After a hurried breakfast, they quickly gathered up their spears and slings and other hunting supplies, with Brak hovering over them the whole time like an anxious parent. Once they had gathered their supplies, the hunting party set off on their journey without saying a word. Brak followed them to the mouth of the cave, stopping them with a guttural command. The old man stared into the eyes of all three of his hunters, knowing as well as they did that they represented the last hope for his people’s survival. “You must bring back food. Or we all die” he said to them simply. The three nodded solemnly, and without another word, turned around and set off on their quest to bring back food for their desperate people.
     
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    With K’Tal leading the way, the hunting party trudged through the Cold White Rain that had built up on the ground. As deadly as the White Rain could be, it did have one massive benefit; it allowed the hunters to see where their prey had previously walked, making it much easier to find them. Not long after they had started their journey, Kez had found the tracks of a herd of deer, and now they were in hot pursuit.


    Ever since the discovery of the tracks, Chul had been in very high spirits. He began to chatter excitedly about all the meat they would bring home, and how the other tribespeople would treat them like heroes. As he talked, he boldly wrapped his arm around Kez’s waist and placed his hand on her hip.


    “Maybe after we save tribe from starving to death, you and I can start adding to our people’s numbers”, Chul said, trying to come across as confident but sounding more like a nervous boy. Kez let out an odd chortling laugh and slapped Chul’s hand away as it began to slide towards her rear. “Ask me again after you kill something fiercer than a little piglet” Kez teased, tugging at Chul’s tusk necklace, and taking the opportunity to run her fingers across his chest.


    “Quiet!” K’Tal barked grumpily. “There be plenty of time for jokes after we finish hunt. Look.” K’Tal pointed across the valley to a large herd of deer. The three hunters frowned. This was going to be a difficult hunt; there was very little cover to conceal their presence. “The deer are standing near the edge of a high cliff” Kez whispered. “Maybe if we run at them, we scare them and make some fall off the edge.”


    “It will be hard” K’Tal grunted. “But you right. We have no better plan. We will crawl as close as we can to them, then charge. Be ready to pick off any deer who run the other way with your spears.”


    The hunters crawled quietly towards the herd, fully aware that the deer could spot them at any moment. Fortunately, there was a large rock about 30 yards away from the herd. The trio reached it unnoticed and made themselves ready for the charge. “Now!” K’Tal yelled. Clutching their spears tightly, the three hunters ran at the herd, shouting and whooping at the top of their lungs. Unfortunately, three people were not nearly enough to push the herd towards the cliff, and the panicked deer instead bolted towards the hunters, easily escaping through the gaps between them. However, Kez spotted one confused deer who was running towards the cliff, and she quickly set off after it. The deer stopped just as it reached the edge of the cliff, and turned around to face its pursuer. Kez raised her spear and prepared to throw it, but before she could the deer suddenly lunged at her. Startled, Kez moved to her right and ran towards the cliff edge, narrowly escaping getting gashed by the beast’s antlers. However, as the deer ran away, it lashed out with its back hooves, and landed a kick squarely in Kez’s gut. Kez doubled up in pain and fell backwards, tumbling off the edge of the cliff. The last thing Kez was aware of was a burning pain in her leg, before everything went black.


    Chul and K’Tal chased after the main herd for a while, but soon gave up. “That ended badly” K’Tal said simply, too exhausted to be angry. She called to her brother. “Come on, we must follow them, maybe we find them in a place better suited for hunting.” Chul looked around. “Where is Kez” he asked. “Don’t worry, she good hunter, she will have same idea and meet up with us soon. We must go. Now.” With that, the two set off, unknowingly leaving Kez at the bottom of a cliff, injured and alone.
     
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    When Kez woke up, she found herself in a large valley at the foot of a cliff. She collected her wits about her and remembered what had happened during that disastrous hunt. She examined her left leg, which was throbbing with pain. Kez groaned in discomfort as she touched it; no question about it, the leg was broken. Still, there were no bones sticking out of the leg, so as long as she could fashion some kind of splint for it, it would heal in time. Kez painfully hauled herself to her feet and looked up at the cliff she had fallen down. It wasn’t all that high, and she was certain she could climb it, but right now her leg made that impossible. She had no choice but to find some shelter and food and hunker down until she healed. With a pained grunt, Kez limped off into the valley.


    Kez had not walked far before she came across a large tree, whose wood was perfect for the splint she needed. Kez had lost her spear in the fall, but still had her knife. She cut off two long sections of bark and placed them on either side of her injured leg, tying them together with an old bit of leather she had in her cloak. Satisfied, Kez looked up at the tree and saw that its branches were covered in some kind of large blue berry she had never seen before. She plucked one off the tree and stuffed it into her mouth. Kez froze in shock. It was the most delicious thing she had ever tasted! She grabbed the tree and shook it hard, causing most of the berries to fall to the ground. Like a mad woman, Kez shoveled berry after berry into her mouth, becoming overwhelmed with the sweet, sugary flavor. She didn’t stop until she had eaten every single berry on the tree. When she had finished, she patted her gut with a satisfied sigh.

    Kez walked on, searching for a suitable shelter. As she walked, she saw many of the berry trees along the way. Perhaps falling down that cliff into this valley would turn out to be a good thing after all, Kez thought. If she could find a water source and some decent shelter, this would be a good place for her tribe to live. Despite having just gorged herself on the berries from the first tree, Kez couldn’t resist their wonderful flavor. Almost without thinking, she grabbed large handfuls of the berries off the trees and stuffed them in her mouth as she walked along.


    After walking for about an hour, Kez came across a bizarre sight. There was a dead animal lying next to a slowly flowing stream. There was nothing unusual about that of course; Kez had seen many dead animals in her time, but this was a beast she had never laid eyes on before. This animal was massive; if it had been standing up, it would have been as tall as four or five men. It was covered in a coat of long, brown hair, and had large ears and tusks on its face. Most unusual of all though, was the creature’s nose; it was almost as long as the creature itself, and would almost have touched the ground if the animal was standing. Kez did not spend much time marveling at the animal’s strange features though; all she could think about was all the meat she could obtain from it. Just one of these beasts could feed her whole tribe for a month. That, combined with the stream she had just found, settled the matter; she would definitely convince Brak to move the tribe here when she got back. In the meantime, she might as well try some of this new meat to see what it tasted like. She looked down at her stomach. For the first time since she was a child, it was full and slightly bloated. She really shouldn’t have eaten so many berries. Still, she was far too excited to try the new meat, so, after rubbing her swollen belly a few times, she grabbed her knife and began hacking slabs of meat off the dead animal.


    Many miles away, K’Tal and Chul were hastily putting together a makeshift sled to carry the deer they had killed back to their cave. After following the herd for several hours, they had managed to steer the deer into a narrow ravine, where they had easily killed seven of the animals. Although by any standard this could be considered a successful hunt, K’Tal was fully aware that this would only feed her people for a few weeks, and with Kez still missing her and Chul’s job would now be even harder.


    “How come Kez never meet us?” Chul asked. “Do you think she is hurt?” K’Tal began dragging the deer onto the sled. “We have no time to look for her now. Come. We must bring this food back to our people.” K’Tal wouldn’t tell her brother this, but she strongly suspected their friend and fellow hunter was now dead, or soon would be. Either way, she had to think about her tribe now. If Kez was still alive, K’Tal hoped she had more luck finding food than her people did.


    After glutting herself on enough meat to feed at least three people, Kez was lying on her back, panting hard and clutching her immensely swollen belly. She had never felt this full in her life. She was accustomed to always being a little hungry; to never having quite enough food to satisfy her. Because of this, she had never learned the concept of knowing when to stop eating when she was full. All she knew was that this new meat was delicious, and she couldn’t wait to try more of it. If the meat tasted this good raw, imagine what it would be like after being cooked over a fire. Kez decided to build a fire and find out…. That is, as soon as the swelling in her belly lessened, and she could move again.
     
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    Seven suns had risen and set since Kez had first been stranded in the valley. During this time, she had consumed almost half of the strange creature’s meat. Kez spent almost all of her waking hours either cutting meat off the carcass, cooking it over a fire, or stuffing it in her face. She just couldn’t stop herself. She had spent her whole life having to work and fight for every scrap of food, and even then barely having enough. Now that such an abundant, delicious food supply had been thrown in her lap, all she wanted to do was fill up her belly with as much of it as possible. The only times she got up to walk was to take a quick drink from the stream, or to pick some berries off the trees and shove them down her throat. Occasionally, Kez would have to take a break from her gorging when her belly became so stuffed and bloated she could barely move, but she soon observed that, as time went by, her stomach could hold more and more before it started to hurt.


    As her seventh day in the valley was coming to an end, Kez began to notice some unusual changes were happening to her body. Whenever Kez gorged herself on a huge amount of meat, her belly would swell to an enormous size, then gradually shrink back to its normal state. Recently however, Kez had observed that it did not decrease in size anymore, but now permanently looked puffy and bloated. Even stranger, her upper legs and backside had grown…larger. Kez couldn’t explain it, but as she ran her hands along the inside of her thigh, instead of feeling hard, firm muscle, all she could feel was an extra layer of soft, slightly jiggling flesh. In the back of her mind, Kez was vaguely aware that all the extra food she was eating must be the reason why her frame was thickening, but she quickly pushed those thoughts out of her head and greedily bit into another chunk of meat.


    Back at the cave, Chul and K’Tal were preparing to set off on another hunting trip. The tribe had been grateful for the meat they had brought back, but everyone knew it was merely a temporary solution. After spending a few days at the cave to recover their strength, the two hunters made plans, to not only bring back more meat, but to try and find a new place for the tribe to live with a more sustainable food source. Of course, there was one other reason why the two siblings were so eager to set off again; to look for any trace of their friend, Kez. Upon hearing the news of her disappearance, Brak responded with nothing more than a disinterested grunt, but K’Tal and Chul spent every day thinking of their friend, and wondering what had happened to her. They knew the chances of her being still alive were slim, but, clinging to the hope that she was, they left the cave and headed towards the cliff where they had last seen her.


    Another two weeks had passed, and Kez had eaten all but a few scraps of meat on the massive carcass. After three weeks of doing nothing but gorge herself on meat all day, the toll on Kez’s figure had become quite apparent. Where once stood a svelte, powerful hunter, there was now a soft, flabby glutton with a permanently bloated and sagging potbelly. Kez had started to become concerned about her widening figure the day she noticed her sloth skin coat had grown taut across her skin. However, even this obvious warning sign was not enough to convince her to control her eating habits. She continued in her gluttonous ways until her furs became so tight she found it difficult to breathe. Taking her knife, she cut herself out of her restricting garment, leaving only the sections covering her breasts and lower body. As she stood there in her fur bikini, Kez suddenly became angry with herself. She had been able to walk on her injured leg for a few days now, but she had continued her gluttonous behavior to the point where she could no longer wear her own outfit. How could she have been so selfish? Her people needed her! She had to return to her cave, to let her people know about this valley with its delicious blue berries and its massive beasts. Kez turned to leave, but not before taking another look at the last bit of meat still left on the animal’s carcass. It would be a shame to let it go to waste, Kez thought to herself, absent-mindedly rubbing the fat on her exposed belly. One more meal couldn’t hurt anything, she supposed, and eagerly began to build a fire.
     
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    After finishing up the last scraps of meat, Kez finally began to make her way back home. As she walked, she began to become aware of the damage the past three weeks of gorging and lazing about had done to her stamina and conditioning. Whereas before Kez would have marched through the valley at a brisk pace, now she was forced to shuffle along in a ponderous waddle. What was wrong with her? Her whole body felt so heavy and sluggish, and she was starting to grow tired after walking less than half a mile. Kez began to grow frightened. Had she really ruined her body to the point where she could no longer perform basic physical tasks? There was no possible way she could hunt anymore if she was becoming exhausted simply by walking for a short distance.


    In an effort to convince herself that things were not really as bad as they seemed, Kez decided to act out everything she would do in a hunt. She grabbed a long stick to serve as a spear, and squatted down in a patch of tall grass to “conceal” herself from her imaginary prey. To her dismay, Kez found that even this simple step was much more difficult than it used to be. Kez’s legs were burning from having to hold up her much heavier body in such an awkward position, and her soft, flabby belly was sagging so far down it almost touched the ground, throwing off her balance and putting a lot of strain on her back. With a grunt that sounded almost like a whimper, Kez slowly straightened up into a standing position.


    Kez was really starting to panic now. When she had first discovered the body of that strange, enormous animal, it had seemed like an incredible gift, a well-deserved reward. She had never considered the dire consequences of overindulging on that gift. With a sudden surge of determination and stubbornness, Kez broke out into a galloping run, as she had done countless times before when she was on the hunt. Or at least, she tried to. In reality, the former huntress was achieving little more than a slight jog, with her meaty thighs rubbing up against each other and impeding her progress. Kez watched in morbid fascination as the excess flesh on her portly potbelly swayed from side to side as she shuffled along.


    After a few more agonizing seconds, Kez gave up, completely exhausted. She put her hands on her knees and bent over, sucking in air in huge gulps. Well, at least her question was answered; she had indeed grown too weak and soft to be an effective hunter anymore. With a defeated sigh, Kez slowly set off on her journey again, wondering what her fellow tribespeople would think of her self-inflicted feebleness.


    K’Tal and Chul had made their way to the location where they had last seen their friend. They walked to the edge of the cliff and looked down at the valley that stretched out below it. Chul shook his head. “If she fell down that cliff, then she dead” he said sadly. “Maybe not” K’Tal answered. “It not that high; maybe she only hurt and went someplace to heal. We must find out.” Chul looked down the steep incline. “How we get down?” he asked uneasily. “We go that way” K’Tal answered, pointing to their right. The ground drops gradually downward that way. As we follow the slope, maybe we reach a point where we can easily jump down to the valley below.” Without another word, the two siblings continued on their way to try and find their lost comrade.


    Down below in the valley, Kez had finally arrived at the cliff she had fallen down what seemed like a lifetime ago. Still slightly out of breath from her previous exertions, Kez looked up at the imposing cliff with her hands on her hips and a nervous expression on her face. Just a few weeks ago, she could have scaled it with relative ease, but now she wasn’t sure if her weaker, heavier body would be able to manage it. Still, she knew she had no choice but to try, so she looked around for some decent foot and handholds. After finding some, Kez began the arduous process of trying to haul her cumbersome frame up the side of a cliff. After ascending perhaps a yard from the ground, Kez became keenly aware that she wasn’t going to succeed. Her once powerful arms had grown too weak and flabby to hold up the substantial weight of her body. Kez flailed around for a while, trying to build up enough momentum to try and haul up her hefty load. However, she soon lost her grip, and came crashing down on her fortunately well-padded backside. Kez wearily pulled herself to her feet, and once again bent over to try to get her breath back. Suddenly, she heard a familiar voice from behind her.


    “Kez? Is that you?” Kez turned around to see her two friends, Chul and K’Tal, staring at her with astonished expressions on their faces. “How did you find me?” Kez asked, temporarily forgetting her exhaustion as she rushed forward to embrace them. However, the two siblings said nothing, staring at their old friend with their mouths hanging open. Finally, K’Tal managed to collect her wits about her. “Kez” she said. “How you get so big?”
     
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    K’Tal and Chul stared in bewilderment at their friend’s larger, softer frame. With a grunt, Chul placed his hand on Kez’s meaty thigh, watching with amazement at how much her flesh jiggled at just the slightest touch. K’Tal grabbed a large handful of flab on Kez’s belly, marveling at how the once fit and muscular hunter had gotten so soft. Kez stood there uneasily, suddenly feeling very vulnerable. She wasn’t happy with the way her friends were poking and grabbing at her body, but knew that she had grown far too weak and heavy to put up much resistance, so she decided to just stand there and let them examine her. She couldn’t really blame them; she would have been just as curious if she had been in their shoes.


    After they had finished slapping and poking Kez’s folds of blubber, Chul and K’Tal turned to face her, still not quite sure what to say. “You look like wild pig”, K’Tal finally blurted out. “I never see anyone as big as you. How did you do it?”


    Kez blushed, feeling a wave of embarrassment wash over her, although she wasn’t exactly sure why. “This valley is filled with many strange and wonderful foods”, Kez began, still feeling slightly uncomfortable. “There are countless trees with big blue berries that taste sweeter than honey, and huge hairy beasts that are taller than ten men.” Kez looked down at the ground in shame. “I guess I eat too much of it; it made me heavy and slow.” The two siblings began to get excited.


    “There so much food in this valley that it made your body grow larger?” Chul asked, his eyes wide in astonishment. “Have you ever heard of such a thing sister?” “Never” K’Tal answered. “Though I hear Brak say once that when he was young, when the deer and boar herds were more common, people were larger and stronger than they are now. Maybe this is what he meant.” Kez perked up at the mention of their chief. “We have to tell Brak about this place” she said eagerly. “If he moves the tribe to this valley, we no longer have to go hungry.” The siblings agreed, and without wasting more time, the three friends set off on the path Chul and K’Tal had come down.


    As the hunters marched back to their village, the two siblings continued to be surprised at the changes that had occurred to their once fit and agile comrade. Although they were walking at a fairly slow pace, Kez was still having a hard time keeping up with them, often stopping to take rests and huffing for breath like an old woman. Whenever she tried to break out into a slightly hurried pace, all the excess flesh on her frame would jiggle and wobble from side to side, much to the fascination of her two friends. Chul in particular seemed captivated by this, often dropping back to catch a glimpse of Kez’s broad, jiggling backside as it hung slightly out of her furs.


    With a huff of irritation, K’Tal realized that with the pace Kez was going at, they would not make it back to the cave before darkness fell. Spotting a small hollow in one of the cliff faces, K’Tal decided this was as good a place as any to rest for the night. She said so to her companions, much to the relief of the exhausted Kez. The three friends laid down to sleep, Chul and K’Tal lying on either side of Kez, each with their arm wrapped around and their head resting on her big, wide belly. “You so soft and warm” Chul said, snuggling in closer. “Chul right” K’Tal said, absent mindedly playing with Kez’s folds of blubber. “You giving off a lot of heat.” Kez thought about what her friends had said. She had noticed that she didn’t seem to feel as cold anymore ever since her body had put on all this extra flesh. Maybe that could be her new function when she rejoined her people, since she could no longer hunt effectively. She pictured herself, even larger than she was now, surrounded by the young and the sick of her tribe warming themselves simply by nesting in her blubbery folds. Kez smiled to herself, finding that image comforting for some reason. She wondered if she could somehow change her body back to the way it was, or if she even wanted to. Since her body had gotten like this by eating too much, she supposed the way to make it small again was by not eating at all. That didn’t sound very appealing. Kez was beginning to think that being this big might not be so bad after all; if the tribe was moving to the valley of plenty, than her hunting skills wouldn’t be nearly as vital anymore. Besides, Chul certainly seemed to be enjoying her new look. Kez smiled to herself again and leaned down to kiss the sleeping Chul on his forehead, before settling down to sleep herself, eagerly awaiting reuniting with her tribe again when the new day came.
     
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    Standing at the mouth of his people’s cave, Brak was anxious. K’Tal and Chul had been gone for several days now, and the food supply would only last them for three more days. If the hunters did not return by tomorrow, he would have to lead the old ones on a hunting trip himself. Looking down at his wizened and gnarly limbs, Brak was keenly aware of how desperate a move that would be. However, even if the two siblings did return in time, Brak knew that they would only be putting off the inevitable. Two hunters could not support an entire tribe in the long term. With a weary sigh, Brak realized that his tribe would have to try their luck and search for new hunting grounds, or they would slowly starve to death.


    While he was having these depressing thoughts, Brak looked out over the valley, and, to his surprise, saw K’Tal and Chul walking towards the cave, accompanied by the largest woman he had ever seen. Despite the great cold, this woman was wearing only a few small furs around her breasts and lower body, giving Brak a perfect view of her fat-laden belly and legs. The woman’s stomach was actually hanging and shaking slightly as she waddled along on her thick, meaty legs. In his long life, Brak had seen the effects an abundant food supply could have on a person’s body, but he had never seen anyone as well-fed as this woman. He could not imagine how much one would have to eat in order to look like she did. As the trio walked closer to the cave, Brak realized with astonishment that he knew who the woman was; she had been one of his hunters, the one who had not returned from the last hunting trip. Brak’s mind began to race. The last time he had seen Kez, she had been the same size as the rest of their people. If she had found a food supply that could make her grow so large so quickly, then perhaps all hope was not lost for his tribe. Brak excitedly called to his people, and within a few moments, nearly the entire tribe was standing at the mouth of the cave, staring with awe and wonder at their kinswoman who had changed so much.


    As Kez stepped into her cave for the first time in months, her people began to inspect and prod at her body, just as K’Tal and Chul had done. Once again, Kez was slightly uncomfortable at the way her people were grabbing at her, but her discomfort soon went away once she could see how happy and excited they all were. Brak and the other elders began chattering excitedly as they grabbed handfuls of flab on Kez’s sides, asking her all at once how she came to be so well fed. Meanwhile, some of the more high-spirited children began darting about the funny bloated woman. Some of the boldest ones began slapping her on the backside and poking her in the belly, giggling with glee at how much the woman jiggled and wobbled. Hiding a smirk, K’Tal shooed the impudent children away, but not before laying a smack of her own on Kez’s buttocks, eliciting howls of laughter from the children and a whimper from Kez.

    After several minutes of excited chatter, Brak held up his hand for silence, and asked Kez to tell her story. So Kez relayed the tale of her time in the valley; of the delicious blue berries and the strange, giant beasts. She placed her hands on the sides of her belly and shook it, making sure to emphasize that all her extra flesh had come from eating just one of these animals. As soon as Kez had finished her story, she began to ask Brak about moving the tribe there, but the old chief was already barking orders to begin preparations for the journey. In the blink of an eye, the whole tribe began gathering what little provisions they had, and preparing to leave the only home most of them had ever known. Kez smiled to herself. She was slowly beginning to realize that, if all went well, she would be single-handedly responsible for the salvation of her people. Her pride soon gave way to concern, however, as she realized that the tribe was planning on leaving as soon as possible. The out-of-shape former huntress was still exhausted from her journey over here, and she wasn’t looking forward to hauling her heavy body all the way back in the same day. With a heavy sigh, Kez plopped down on her fat rear end and laid down on her back, trying to recover her strength as best she could before the journey. With a start, she felt a pair of tiny hands patting her belly, and looked up to see a little girl laughing as she played with the doughy flesh on Kez’s stomach. Kez smiled warmly at the girl and beckoned her to lay by her side. The girl did so, burrowing into Kez’s warm, comforting blubber. Kez felt her heart warm, her maternal instincts kicking in for the first time in her life. Her hunting days might be over, but Kez knew she still had a great deal to offer her people.


    Just at that moment, Chul walked by. Kez grinned mischievously and called him over to her. Chul trotted over like an eager puppy and kneeled at her feet. Kez ran her hands up and down Chul’s chest, stopping with surprise when she noticed the tusk in his necklace had been replaced by the claw of a giant sloth. Chul grinned proudly. “While you were lying around stuffing yourself with food, K’Tal and I were busy hunting for our people. So, does a sloth count as something fiercer than a little piglet?” Kez grabbed Chul around his neck and kissed him passionately on the lips, as the little girl giggled and ran off. Kez allowed Chul to fondle and pinch the folds of fat on her sides as she kissed his neck. “Maybe when our people are settled in our new home, you and I can start adding to the tribe’s numbers” Kez said happily, as Chul continued to caress and pat the soft, mesmerizing flesh of the woman who had saved their people from starvation.
     
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    Many seasons had come and gone since Kez and her people had moved to the valley of plenty. During this time, the tribe had enjoyed an extended period of successful hunts and a steady food supply, all of which they attributed to Kez. A mere two days after the tribe had settled in the valley, K’Tal had led a hunting party and had killed one of the great beasts. As the tribe prepared to eat it, Brak took the first portion for himself, as he always did. However, to everyone’s surprise, instead of eating it, he placed it at Kez’s feet. “I honor you, daughter, for bringing our people to this land of plenty” the old man had proclaimed. Following their chief’s lead, nearly every member of the tribe gave a portion of their meal to Kez. This soon became a tradition among the tribespeople; whenever there was a large meal, at least some of the people would offer Kez extra portions, to show their thanks for bringing them to the valley. Over time, as the younger children began to grow into hunters, they began to view Kez as the harbinger of their success; every time before a hunt, the young hunters would offer a portion of meat to the massive matriarch, and give her a pat on her expansive belly for luck.


    So it was, that, after the death of Brak, Kez was chosen to be the tribe’s new leader. The position was mostly ceremonial however, as the years of consuming such large quantities of food had taken their toll. Over the years, Kez had grown to truly gigantic proportions; her wide, swollen belly spreading several feet on the ground as she lay. Kez rarely got up from her corner of the cave now, leaving most of the duties of running the tribe to her mate, Chul. At almost all times, Kez had a flock of children, many of them her own, nestling and playing in her folds of fat, as well as a few of the sick and injured adults, finding her blubber more warming and soothing than a fire. Kez’s old friend, K’Tal, also rarely left her side, helping her to look after the children, and making sure her old friend stayed comfortable and well fed. In her older years, K’Tal had taken it upon herself to record the stories and history of her people, which she did by painting events she could remember on the cave walls. She drew many pictures depicting the times when Kez had saved their people from starvation, back in the days when Kez had been a strong and fit hunter. The young people had a hard time believing that their enormous matriarch had ever been so small, at which K’Tal would laugh heartily; looking down at the massive blob of flesh, she had a time remembering those days herself. K’Tal smiled as a pair of young hunters walked up to Kez, presenting her with yet another morsel of meat. It was well past time she started painting a picture of Kez in her current, enormous state, K’Tal thought to herself; her descendants had a right to know about the role Kez had played in the survival of her people. She just hoped she had a cave wall big enough to do Kez’s magnificent figure justice.
     
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