It's a Single-Sitting 30,000-Calorie Christmas Feast For World's Fattest Mum

by Tanya Thomas on  December 28, 2010 at 4:28 PM Lifestyle News
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A woman in the US, who won the title of the world's fattest mum, had a 30,000-calories Christmas feast in one two-hour sitting.

Donna Simpson, from New Jersey, is 46-stone, and she hopes to become the fattest woman in the world.
 It's a Single-Sitting 30,000-Calorie Christmas Feast For World's Fattest Mum
It's a Single-Sitting 30,000-Calorie Christmas Feast For World's Fattest Mum

The single mother-of-two tucked into two 25lb turkeys, two maple-glazed hams, 15lbs of potatoes (10lbs roast, 5lbs mashed), five loaves of bread, five pounds of herb stuffing, four pints of gravy, four pints of cranberry dressing and an astonishing 20lbs of vegetables.

After polishing off her enormous main course, she still had room for dessert and ate a "salad" made of marshmallow, cream cheese, whipped cream and cookies.

And after the lavish spread, which cost her 150 pounds and which she ate while sitting in a reinforced metal chair, she has come closer to her 1,000lb goal.

"I eat as much as I want, whenever I want but at this time of year I really go all out. Christmas should give you carte blanche to do whatever you want," the Daily Mail quoted her as saying.

Simpson hopes to one day be the Guinness World Record holder for fattest woman. She is already on the books as the world's fattest mum, having given birth to Jacqueline in 2007 when she weighed 38 stone.

She makes a living from being fat, getting paid to make public appearances and keeping a website where people can pay to watch her eat.

Source: ANI

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