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WG in Literature? Anonymous 05/02/2018 (Wed) 12:41:14 No. 2549
This might be a bit unorthodox but does anyone else enjoy when they find WG or fat content in regular books? I don't know why but finding these has always been kind of a weird obsession for me. I posted a similar thread in curvage with good success but I wanted to know if anyone here also had a love for the same search as I do. https://www.curvage.org/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/33594-unexpected-weight-gain-content-in-literature/
You can add to your collection Abercrombie Station, a short story by Jack Vance - takes place at an orbital station owned by a morbidly obese family.
>>2550
Thanks, i'll look it up.
Look for Jack Vance's "Golden Girl and Other Stories". It contains "Abercrombie Station".
I've got no idea if this is even real, but there's an old legend from the ancient time of 2006 about a book about campers or something. The details are fuzzy, but what I remember was there was some kind of animal powers theme and some girl got the pig/boar power and was eating all the food in the cafeteria (she might have exploded?).

Some real books I know of are, "Leven Thumps and the Gateway to Foo". Small scene about expanding food. And "Thinner Than Thou". Which is basically all about fat people.
Check out "The Cook" by Harry Kressing. It's about a chef who uses his irresistible cooking to manipulate two rich, feuding families into giving him all their money and power. He fattens up the airheaded daughter and marries her. Not much WG, but it's well written and very twisted.
Responding to my own post, but the best two example's found by myself and the other curvage thread were in my opinion Lose now pay later, a short story were these brand new addictive ice cream shops open offering free food, with expected results. And the other being Felsin younger's transformation in Bonehunters, were the girl is force-ably made a cults leader and indulges herself in pure hedonism to cope.
https://www.quia.com/files/quia/users/christinawade/TextFiles/SciFi/H.O._Lose_Now,_Pay_Later.pdf

https://www.wattpad.com/798274-malazan-bonehunters-part-2/page/178
In the third book of the Elenium saga, "The Sapphire Rose", one of the main antagonists is an immobile hyper obese emperor.
Another story on the topic is "Skin and Bones" in "The Frangipani Hotel" by Violet Kupersmith.

A Vietnamese mother sends her overweight daughter back to old country to slim down.
At first she loses weight during her stay with Grandma but then she discovers a mysterious vendor who feeds her for free, she gains all back and more.
The end gets rather weird, though - she finds out her Grandma has been dead all her time there and the implication is she was served her flesh.
>>2549

Check out Drowned Wednesday, it's the third in a fantasy book series about a boy that enters a strange realm home to many guardians named after days of the week, and also has one of the seven deadly sins defining their character.
Wednesday is a woman who happens to be controlled by the sin of gluttony, which forces her to eat constantly. She was once a woman, but given her need to eat so ravenously, she has been transformed into a whale - when she meets the protagonist however, she is able to revert back to human form to deliver exposition, all the while absolutely stuffing herself and growing ever larger.

Here's the chapter in full and a bit of an excerpt below:

http://www.bestlib4u.net/book/3897_16.html


"She took a deep breath and staggered down the table to a barbecue plate that was sizzling away without any visible source of heat. It was crowded with thick, succulent sausages, which Drowned Wednesday picked up by the half dozen and crammed into a mouth that Arthur noticed was already bigger and wider than it had been moments before. Drowned Wednesday herself had also grown a foot or two in every direction while she was speaking."

"‘Stolen!’ roared Wednesday as she slavered over a side of suckling pig. ‘They reached into my mind and stole out the secret of its location, then Saturday or one of the others sent that pirate Feverfew to take it. But you will get it back, Lord Arthur! You will get the Will, and I shall give you the Key, and all will yet be well. Oh, how I long not to . . . eat! Eat! Eat!’

She threw herself on the table, sliding along with her mouth gaping open like some sort of awful giant vacuum cleaner, scooping up food, plates and all. As she ate her way along the table, her torso grew larger and larger, and her arms and legs shrank back into her body."

"She stopped suddenly and flung herself on a platter of small chocolate desserts, smearing chocolate all over her pasty face. Then, through bubbles of chocolate, she continued what she was saying."
>>2560
Just got around to readimg the cook, my god it was amazing and horrifying.
obligatory straya post

Yes, this was a relatively successful book of three short stories from a nationally-successful author that was essentially the Australian equivalent of R.L. Stine except probably more original.

They're all good, but Burp! is the short story y'all might enjoy. Basic premise; a fat kid becomes slim via a spellbook that transfers the weight to other people.

You can guess the plot twist at the end but when you're a kid, who cares?

(maybe a little of Blue Jam would tickle some fancies as well but that's not about fats lol)
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woah, chan ate the pic
cant find the book anywhere damn
>>2789
There's actually a story on deviantart where someone just replaced the mc with a girl. I'd link it but for the life of me I can't remember who wrote it.
>>2805
Bingo.

Man, the things that author managed to get away with back then…

https://youtu.be/Bu9Z6n3_aYQ?t=14m48s
Goosebumps - Say Cheese and Die Again, is the one that has stuck with me ever since I read it.
>>3054
yeah i've always wanted to see a story like that but with a girl
>>3055
Agreed. As weak as I feel R.L. Stein is in general, especially his endings, his pacing for WG and TF were very on point from my memory. I'll take it over the rapid, near instant ones anyway. I tend to pace mine over a few in-universe days, with it almost being unnoticed at the beginning when I write.
Malazan Book of the Fallen has a weirdly large amount of fat characters and occasional wg, but that's filled out along about 10 books the size of the bible so it's not exactly fap material. still nice to see fat characters in good fantasy that are treated like actual characters
anyone got this

In Robert Arthur's "The Wonderful Day" Danny, after overhearing an idiom-laden conversation between his parents, wishes on a unicorn horn that all the expressions adults use would be literally true for just one day. When Mrs. Edward Norton thinks prideful thoughts the day after, she puffs up like a balloon and only grabbing the branches of a nearby cherry tree saves her from floating away.
My 2 faves:

"Flesh" by David Galef is about a married guy who moves next to a single FA and realizes he's an FA himself. (And a bunch of other stuff.) Galef is an excellent writer and obviously an FA himself and the descriptions of the neighbor's conquests and various other fat women are top-notch.

"Grand Obese" by Cesar Rotondi is the grandaddy of FA lit and a goldmine if you're into slob. About a family of fat people (mom + son and daughter) descending into ruin due to food addiction and sloth. Was written in the 70s and reads like it but still, very well-done, a good read besides all the fatty bits.
>>3254
Do you know where I can read or download either of those?
>>3255
Wish I did, sorry. A long time ago someone pointed me to an online rip of Grand Obese - *after* I'd paid $50 for a paperback that was falling apart. I don't remember where/how to access the rip but maybe if you check some of the other sites someone will hook you up. Flesh never made it to ebook but I see it's $9US on Amazon and IMO worth it, if you like this sort of thing.
>>3258
damn that Grand Obese sounds like a literal dream come true for me, wish i could find a pdf
>>3263
Search/ask around on curvage, etc. Sorry I can't remember where I saw the link but it's out there!
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Life_in_the_Fat_Lane_(novel)

I saw this on the school library bookshelf when I was a teen. Something then unknown attracted me to it, but I never had the guts to take it off the shelf. All I remembered was the name.

It's about a teenage girl who gains 100 pounds due to a metabolic disorder and becomes socially ostracized because of it.
>>3276
epub if you still want to read it
https://mab.to/KCysZSy6b
>>3277
Thanks! I actually bought it last night out of morbid curiosity and read through it.

It's geared towards teen readers and its sort of dated to its time (late 90s), but the scenario is pretty good. It's not fetish material by any means, but there's some nice imagery and content in there if you have a thing for stories where women have body image issues. It's a bit overexaggerated, but it works with the narrative.

There's even a scene where she tries to purge it all out with laxatives and passes out in the bathroom floor shitting herself. It's not in any graphic detail, but if you're into that sorta thing, it's there.

She doesn't even lose the weight in the end. Its implied that she might go back to being thin eventually, but by the end she's still nearly twice as heavy as when she started.

I kind of have a thing for WG stories where they aren't taken to ridiculous extremes but are filled with uncertainty and fat girl angst, so this was right up my alley. In a weird, circular way, given that I discovered this book back in my early teens, this book is probably precisely why I enjoyed this book.
Best thread ever!
In Robert Arthur's "The Wonderful Day" Danny, after overhearing an idiom-laden conversation between his parents, wishes on a unicorn horn that all the expressions adults use would be literally true for just one day. When Mrs. Edward Norton thinks prideful thoughts the day after, she puffs up like a balloon and only grabbing the branches of a nearby cherry tree saves her from floating away.

anyone got it ?

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