Apr 23, 2014

Home of Weird Pictures, Strange Facts, Bizarre News & Odd Stuff

Bizarre News : Woman Wants to Become World’s Heaviest Person to give birth

Donna Simpson, 42, from New Jersey weighs more than 42 stone and aims to reach 1,000 pounds, or 71st. The mother of two children, aged three and 14, models on a website, where admirers and the curious can pay to watch videos of her eating greasy foods or walking to the car. She has appeared in television interviews and said she welcomes media coverage.

A Guinness World Records spokesman said Miss Simpson has submitted a claim for the title of world’s heaviest woman to give birth, a claim that is being reviewed.

Among the heaviest women ever recorded was one who reportedly weighed 128st and another who reportedly weighed 85st at the time of their deaths.

US woman aims to become world's heaviest

Miss Simpson said she has received a book offer and wants her own reality show, partly to give plus-size women more confidence. She wears size XXXXXL clothing, which she buys mostly online, and calls herself a member of the “fat acceptance community.”

“The bigger your butt is, the bigger belly you have, the se*ier you are,” she said.

Miss Simpson has found a man who says he appreciates her size, and they plan to marry in Hawaii this year. She said airlines are being accommodating of her needs.

Her fiancée, 49-year-old Philippe Gouamba and the father of her three-year-old daughter, said he not only finds her attractive but is also one of her biggest supporters in her quest to expand her girth.

“You look at her curves and see her full belly and generous hips,” Mr Gouamba said. “It’s very se*y.”

Miss Simpson said she gets emails from women who think they will never fall in love or have children because of their weight.

“I just say that’s not true,” Simpson said. “I would love to be a voice, so that people can see a woman of size having a regular family.”

Miss Simpson spends as much as £516 a week on groceries, suffers from Type 2 diabetes and struggles with basic tasks such as cooking and taking a shower.

But she dismisses critics who warn that her weight can lead to heart problems, aggravate her diabetes and cause pressure on her joints.

“I’m very healthy. I go to the doctor every three months,” she said.

Few images

Ads by Google

11 Responses to Bizarre News : Woman Wants to Become World’s Heaviest Person to give birth

  1. Great info! I recently came across your blog and have been reading along. I thought I would leave my first comment. I don’t know what to say except that I have enjoyed reading. Nice blog. I will keep visiting this blog very often. http://www.finance-insurance-loans.com/ z9

  2. sjohnson says:

    Well first off the comment about her being healthy cannot be true. How can someone be that over weight and be healthy. I am not one of the skinniest people around but i am also not that big. I think that if this woman is tryin to gain all this weight just to be the heaviest woman around she should not have her kids because its setting a bad example that it is okay to be that way. Wont gaining all this weight possibly make her pass away, by giving her heart problems? Maybe the kids will be embarrassed to be around her? Its not a healthy lifestyle choice or a good example for her children or anybody else!

  3. 25stoneAndLosing says:

    I weigh 25 stone and I’m trying to LOSE weight. I feel that weighing that much and then gaining more weight, is NOT GOOD. If she wants to be known for something, find something else to be known for, not the fact that you want to weigh 70+ stone and have a child on top of that. In fact, she could RISK the babies health, and her own, by being that over weight during a pregnancy.

    Also the statement saying that she is “very healthy” can’t be true. If you are having trouble with everyday tasks, such as cooking and bathing, then something is WRONG. Going to the doctor everything three weeks should also be a sign, if you have to be monitored that often, then I suggest taking a step back and look at what you are doing.

  4. JasonX says:

    Nice info, I would say thanks to writer because i’ve read here many interesting info. I will definitely subscribe RSS. Bye!:)

  5. Hendrik Jimmie says:

    I wish more people would write blogs like this that are really fun to read. With all the fluff floating around on the net, it is rare to read a blog like this instead.

  6. I enjoy reading your post, thank you very much.

  7. Hi and thanks for publishing this. It addressed a large amount of questions in which I had.

  8. I honestly believe there’s a skill to writing articles that only a few posses and frankly it is. The mixture of informative and quality content is certainly extremely rare using the large amount of blogs on the internet.

  9. Laurin Dykstra says:

    Unfortunately there is a lack of intelligence in the idiot woman and the folks wishing to exploit her. It is without a doubt a form of child abuse to let this mentally challenged person have any type of custody. Our nation is laughing stock of the world because of the number of obese people here. Our poor children. Our poor nation.

  10. Anonymous says:

    i wonder if she works a full time job? if not, “HOW” does she pay for her medical and food? OH YEAH, that’s what Barack Obama was fighting for….. FREE medical for leeches in society like this woman………

Leave a reply