“Winner” is the opposite of “loser,” right? Gainer? Who knows!
A 600-lb. woman in New Jersey has her eyes on the prize (when they’re not on literally every single deep-fried food in the tri-state area, that is); she’s trying to gain another 400 lbs., weigh a half ton, and become the world’s fattest woman. Huzzah?
Not to rain on her parade right out of the gate, but is this really news? As anyone who’s been to a Burger King in the past year can attest, reaching 1,000 lbs. seems to be the goal of most Americans.
From the NY Post:
A New Jersey woman, who now tips the scales at 604 pounds, said it’d be a “fantasy” to gobble her way to fame and someday weigh 1,000 pounds.
“When you have a 3-year-old daughter and you’re trying to run a household, things like this tend to be a fantasy,” Donna Simpson told The Post today.
The 42-year-old Old Bridge resident insists she has no realistic hopes of ever making 1,000 pounds, but will try her best to consume, wolf, munch and devour her way to hog heaven.
If that all weren’t terrifying enough, we learn that Simpson’s goal is more specific than strict fatty-boombattyhood; she actually wants to be the heaviest woman to give birth! Just so we’re clear, that means someone has to be the guy who impregnates the heaviest woman to give birth. Yikes.
But how does she do it? Well how many people have numerous “favorite” foods? And how many people have a $750-a-
dayweek eating habit that they cover by eating on the Internet?
My favorite food is sushi, but unlike others I can sit and eat 70 big pieces of sushi in one go,” she told London’s Daily Mail. “I do love cakes and sweet things, doughnuts are my favorite.“I love eating and people love watching me eat,” she told the British newspaper. “It makes people happy, and I’m not harming anyone.”