Yeah, that's right, I'm a pig. Marylyn Wann would say, "Fat? So what?" I'm a proud Fatso! Now to more positive things.
It was good, there was a lot of it, and I ATE IT ALL.
Thanksgiving Dinner. Ahhh!!! I could eat turkey every day of the week. And I could eat a lot of it and ALL of the trimmings. And I don't feel an ounce of guilt or shame over it. But people have said some terrible things to me about my shape and size. What do they want..."I'm a pig" I tell them. It's as if they have no compassion or empathy at all. One even suggested stomach stapling. STOMACH STAPLING? "I'm a gluttonous pig! And I 'want' to eat a lot. Why would I want my stomach stapled?" I may not be the brightest pig in the stie, but wouldn't that make my stomach smaller? I want it enlarged, not shrunk.
I love to eat and I'm comfortable in my own body most of the time and when I am not I simple eat something really yummy. The sanctimonious crowd may not be comfortable with eating this much, but I say, "Good! More for me. Now get out of the way before I staple your mouth shut."
"Just pass the turkey."
"That stuffing doesn't have bacon in it, does it? Then again, don't tell me."
I Fat Bastard will not give up my gluttonous ways but unlike other fatlings I will not even go through the motions of pretending to diet just to please the sanctimonious fat haters. They can play all the fat hate bingo they want. I prefer playing the knife, fork and spoon.
I am back and I am once again large and in charge. This is only my second heart attack. They have me on a new cholesterol drug called Trilipix along with my other meds. Right now my blood sugar is out of control. I think it was that box of Famous Amos cookies that made that happen. Someday there will come a day when we can gluttonize without the possible health risks but until that day we must accept the risk and the benefits of being gluttons. I along with the vast majority of Americans think the benefits of being a glutton outweigh the risks of being fat. Proud FA rightly stated that the gluttonous lifestyle is not for everyone. Unlike other blogs, we here are Bigger Fatter Blog do not pass judgment on people who want to live a Spartan and "responsible" lifestyle so we simply ask that you do not pass judgment on us.
On a side note: Big Fat Blog will be shutting down. Blog owner Paul McAleer announced that his Big Fat Blog http://www.bigfatblog.com/big-fat-blog-bids-adieu-april-1-2009 If you wish to contact Paul you can write to him at this address http://www.bigfatblog.com/contact
Proud FA and I will be writing more about this development that has shaken the fatosphere to its very foundations. BFB has been a staple of the Fat Liberation movement for the past eight years but sadly I think it has outlived its usefulness. The fat man hating women there really gave the movement a black eye. Gab Cafe my pick up the slack but it is a horribly laid out blog and it has the scent of NAAFA all over it. I heard through the grape vine that McAleer's wife is asking him to shut it down but I cannot substantiate that rumor. I suspect that maybe he was banging some of the members. Paul is quite the fat admirer. Film at eleven.