February 8, 2019
You literally can’t handle a woman like her.
If you ever asked yourself what’s the point of obese people’s lives, this story answers that question.
SPOILER ALERT: there’s no point. They should all be euthanized.
A morbidly obese woman who tipped the scales at 691lbs after years of binge eating with her mother has shed a total of 256lbs following gastric bypass surgery.
Lacey Hodder, 29, from Bay City, Michigan, documented her weight loss journey on Wednesday night’s episode of the TLC series My 600lb Life, admitting that she was ‘ashamed’ that she let herself get to this point.
But not ashamed enough to stop swallowing edibles.
‘Waking up is so painful, because there’s so much weight pulling down on every part of me now that every inch of my body is constantly in pain, and it’s so much worse when I move,’ Lacey said.
lol that describes obese monstrosities so well.
She’s not lying.
Here’s a video of another obese woman that can vouch for what she’s saying.
The above video perfectly portrays obese abomination’s everyday experiences. They’re not really people. Not anymore.
‘So getting up and having to start my day is something I dread, because the very first few steps out of the bed, that’s the most painful.’
At 5-foot-3 and weighing nearly 700lbs, Lacey feared her legs ‘could give out’ at any moment, leaving her trapped without anyone to find her because she lived alone.
‘I’ve let my weight get so bad that something simple like going to the bathroom or taking a shower could be a life-or-death experience for me,’ she explained. ‘I am ashamed I let it get to this point and I refuse to even look at my body anymore.’
She refuses to look at her own body but still subjects people to that traumatizing sight each time she goes out of her house.
But hey, she got a foot tattoo to improve her looks!
Lacey said she developed her mother’s binge-eating habits at an early age, recounting how she weighed more than 120lbs when she was just six years old.
Her mother, Martha, recalled Lacey’s pediatrician asking her what she was feeding her daughter because her weight was ‘already off the charts.’
Both of Lacey’s parents worked long hours, and her weight continued to spiral out of control because she was left to make her own meals.
She recalled mixing butter and sugar in a bowl and eating it in her room, noting that there was no one around to tell her that she couldn’t do that.
By the time she was nine, she weighed more than 200lbs and could no longer keep up with her friends. Her father, Steve, was struggling to find a job at the time and his explosive anger led her to turn to food for comfort.
Lacey weighed 350lbs when she was 12 years old, and her doctor stopped weighing her at that point because the office scale didn’t go any higher than that.
By the time she was 15, she weighed 492lbs and was still gaining. She had to drop out of high school the following year because she could no longer keep up with her peers.
She tried to go to community college, but she couldn’t get around. When she was 20 years old, her weight soared to more than 600lbs and she had to go on disability.
Lacey used the money to get a place of her own and lived there for nearly a decade. She explained that she had never once had a job or supported herself.
Nearly a decade of living off of taxpayers. Wasting all that money on the same thing that got her to start receiving it in the first place. Insanity.
She’s not only of no use to society, she’s also draining the resources of productive people that don’t engage in visual terrorism.
After hitting rock bottom, Lacey made the decision to travel to Houston, Texas, to meet with weight loss surgeon Dr. Younan Nowzaradan.
Her biggest fear was confirmed when she stepped on the scale and learned she weighed close to 700lbs.
Dr. Nowzaradan said her BMI of 122 was one of the highest he had ever seen, and he was surprised that she was still able to get around on her own.
The doctor put Lacey on a 1,200 calorie high-protein, low-carb diet to begin following immediately.
Lacey was dedicated to her diet, and during her next visit, she learned she had lost 105lbs on her own.
He asked Lacey to start seeing a therapist to help her deal with her issues with food until she was ready to move forward with her weight loss surgery.
Lacey fell in love with painting as a creative outlet, and she after her gastric bypass, she started taking painting classes and meeting new people.
The surgeon also discussed removing the extra skin on her body after she lost another 80lbs.
Painting classes, going to a therapist, getting weight loss surgeries, buying food for her weight loss diet… all paid for by the American people. She never worked a day in her life, she has always been a drain to society and continues to be one, and nothing she can do will ever pay back all of the resources that Americans spent on her pitiful existence.
The most cost-effective solution to this problem is to throw these monsters into fat concentration camps where everything would be automated. They’d all be locked up in cages with scales in them that will open automatically once they’re of an acceptable weight. There’d be no staff in the facilities, since the detainees wouldn’t be fed. Small water rations will be randomly administered by machines and the temperature will be kept relatively cool to prevent them from dehydrating.
I’m not convinced of the merits of installing further tech to monitor their health. If they die, they die.