Reader - Waking up fat
Ever wondered what it's like to wake up weighing an extra 600 pounds?
Your heart fluttering wildly as your breath catches in your throat, you close your eyes and try to calm down and make sense of all of this extra weight.
You start by lifting a heavy arm, curling your plump fingers against your soft, dough-like palm. Your wrist is lost to a layer of pudge, your arm gradually billowing out softly until it connects to your shoulder, fat amalgamating so that it droops down like a saddlebag. You let your arm drop - it's heavy - and take in the rest of your enormously swollen body.
Your chest has softened into two curved domes, but even more shocking is the mountain of belly cascading over your waist, sitting comfortably on your enormous thighs. Huffing, you attempt to lift yourself into a sitting position, back against your pillow, your whole body rippling and shaking at the movement. You pant, a little breathless despite barely having moved, and it suddenly stabs at you how difficult it'