Jolly Old Panniculus originally was a tribute to fatlings with particularly pendulous pannies but the real action is in the comments section. It turns out that a NAAFA Womyn aka Dee, aka Smilin Dee, aka Dee Dillard, aka Deanne Lopez a NAAFA reject took great umbrage at the use of her picture and demanded that it be removed. At the time I, Fat Bastard was on sabbatical and incommunicado so I was unable to respond to the demands of this fiery SSBBW. However, my faithful friend and blog partner Proud FA aka the Dean of Feederism handled Dee with real style and our many readers such as the Chef, Rev Big Lard Ass, Belly Boy, Coach Gaines, and the erudite "Dr"Teddy" Bear also handled this SSBBW with grace and tact. Upon my return I, Fat Bastard, Graciously invited Ms Dillard to be part of Bigger Fatter Blog and remove the image in question if she could produce proof that the image was indeed here and they it came from her website. She did not or could not comply. She then accused Proud FA of being a ex boyfriend but when asked to give us his email so that we could contact him and verify her claims see again did not comply. Anyway, the poem and the comments section are good reads and well worth the time.
|Pretty in pink: Porky plumper presents pendulous pannus|
Our next selection is a poem the celebrates the noble glutton and his glorious greedy gluttony. The poem is about me and it is appropriately titled click ---------> GLUTTON
|Corn fed glutton chowing down!|
Here is an image from the pictorial essay that goes along with this poem.
Our final and favorite selection click -------> Fatty at the Fat was written by me, Fat Bastard, weight loss guru CG Brady and our own Dean of Feederism Proud FA. It is a fan favorite and it has been quoted by several major news outlets. Fatty at the Fat delves into many of the not so lighter sides of obesity and gluttony such as the exploitation of the gluttony bloom by the medical industry and charlatans like Dr Phil. It also speaks to the the very real dangers of hyper gluttony and obese lifestyles but in the end it is a tribute to all fatlings who are indeed the Evel Kienevels of food.
Here is an image from the pictorial essay that accompanies Fatty at the Fat.
Click on the titles of the poem to read them. Enjoy!