We Wonder What She Sees In Him: Woman Who Is Trying To Be The World’s Fattest Person Is Marrying A Chef

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This broad is eating 22,000 calories a day:

The woman bidding to be the world’s fattest person has been boosted by the new man in her life – a CHEF. Susanne Eman, who currently weighs more than 756 pounds, is set to marry culinary whizz Parker Clack. And the skinny chef hopes to help his bride-to-be achieve her dream weight of more than 1610 pounds. Parker, who recently moved into Susanne’s home in Casa Grande, in Arizona, says he loves cooking for his fiancée.

Despite consuming a whopping 22,000 calories a day – 11 times the recommended amount – the 33-year-old insists she is healthy and more appealing to men. The mum-of-two said: “The bigger I get, the better I feel. I feel more confident and sexual. I’d love to find out if it’s possible to reach a ton. “A previous record holder was 1610 pounds, so I have to be at least that. At my current rate of growth, I should be 1610 pounds by 41 or 42.”

Parker’s signature dishes includes spaghetti bolognaise and scrambled eggs and bacon with fried potatoes. Susanne – who cannot work due to her weight – visits the supermarket once a month with sons Gabriel,17, and Brendin, 13, and spends eight hours filling six trollies.

But the supersized single mum insists she does simple exercises and has regular health checks. But her doctor, who says she has no health or psychiatric problems, has warned her diet could kill her.

No sh*t! She is probably gonna die before she hits that 1610 lbs, real talk.

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