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Whats your limits to gaining weight? What is a weight that you know you will never want to surpass?
 

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As far as myself, I wouldn't want to be over 300. I think I would start to lose overall strength and mobility then.
 

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I have been giving this thought as well and 350 would be my tops.
 

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As long as I'm clear of congestive heart failure and cellulitis
infection, I'm cleared for take-off to 500 lbs! Carrying fat
is NOTHING compared to carrying those 2 monkeys on my
back!!!:bow:
 

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I personally think fat is only good for women, not men. That being the case, I don't like weighing more than 190.
 

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Personally, I would like to be at least 100 pounds fatter than I am now, but it depends also on where I gain.:eat1:
 

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Its hard to put a number on it. I can see others and think how much I would love to get to that size myself. It depends on where the weight falls too, if it doesn't go where I want, then I don't want to get much bigger than I already am. But if the majority of my weight goes to my belly, I think I'd go to abut 400-450. Its easy to say, but if it badly affects my health I'd stop for sure, no matter what size I'm at
 

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Weight, for me, is like tattoos. Once I start, I don't really want to stop.

In fact, I'm probably fat, heavy, weighty (whatever) enough at this point, but just today it hit me I still want more. I want to gain much much more. I'm not sure that's a true, long-lasting desire or just an impulse, but there you go.
 

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My gain of the last year or two at first went to my hips,butt and lovehandles/upper belly now I can tell the lower belly has caught some of the new weight which is OK just a new location for me.
I must be on a roll because the new 4 pounds I noticed last week is now 6.
 

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Weight, for me, is like tattoos. Once I start, I don't really want to stop.

EXACTLY.

when i started gaining a year and a half ago (or has it been two years now?) i was at 220. i had just lost 30 pounds from stress/moving/bad break up. i just wanted to get back to the 250 i had started at. so i started gaining and soon enough i was back to 250. then decided i could really stand to gain another 50, so i decided to go for 300. and then that wasn't enough, so i decided to max out my scale (which went to 330). and then I got to 330 and realized if i gained another 20 i'd have gained 100 pounds total.. so i gained another 20.. and then i just kept going.

a lot of guys from my site ask me if i have a goal. i don't. i don't like weight gain goals because i don't like endings and i really don't want to think about having to stop gaining because i really and truly enjoy it. i just want to get as fat as i possibly can while still being as mobile as possible and keeping in the best health possible.
 

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After thinking about this a lot, quite a few years ago, I came to the conclusion of "as light as I can stand." Given that I gain easily and lose painfully, and am attracted to being fat in a number of different ways, that is hardly thin. What I can stand also fluctuates over time.

My thoughts on this in long form are on an essay on my web site, posted here:

http://www.geocities.com/Paris/Fontaine/9351/everafter.html
 

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My limits? Hmm...Currently I'm at 202 but I didn't mind being 210. The extra couple of pounds felt nice. I personally felt unhealthy at 260, it was just too large for my body to take.
 

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...600Lb. range. Those are my cut off points. The last time I I looked I was 465#s and I've not voluntarily stood on a scale in just over two years. So for now I'm just playing it as it lays... on my thighs. LOL!:D

Cheers.
 
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I'm not trying to gain weight, but I love to play basketball and I wouldn't want to go much above where I'm at now (230-ish).
 

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EXACTLY.

when i started gaining a year and a half ago (or has it been two years now?) i was at 220. i had just lost 30 pounds from stress/moving/bad break up. i just wanted to get back to the 250 i had started at. so i started gaining and soon enough i was back to 250. then decided i could really stand to gain another 50, so i decided to go for 300. and then that wasn't enough, so i decided to max out my scale (which went to 330). and then I got to 330 and realized if i gained another 20 i'd have gained 100 pounds total.. so i gained another 20.. and then i just kept going.

a lot of guys from my site ask me if i have a goal. i don't. i don't like weight gain goals because i don't like endings and i really don't want to think about having to stop gaining because i really and truly enjoy it. i just want to get as fat as i possibly can while still being as mobile as possible and keeping in the best health possible.

And again, EXACTLY.

I'm conflicted about whether I should continue gaining on my own or wait until I have someone to share it with. Being a solo feedee (is there a word for this?) isn't as much fun as sharing the process with a feeder, but it's still so obscenely pleasurable that it's hard to stop.

I don't do weight gain goals, probably because I had so many weight LOSS goals jammed down my throat over the years. I believe in enjoying the journey, maintaining my health, and letting it come naturally.
 

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And again, EXACTLY.

I'm conflicted about whether I should continue gaining on my own or wait until I have someone to share it with. Being a solo feedee (is there a word for this?) isn't as much fun as sharing the process with a feeder, but it's still so obscenely pleasurable that it's hard to stop.

I don't do weight gain goals, probably because I had so many weight LOSS goals jammed down my throat over the years. I believe in enjoying the journey, maintaining my health, and letting it come naturally.

That's cool.
 

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