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Review:MajiKat says:
my. god.

i have utterly no sympathy for him and yet i am tremendously sad for him at the same time. gah. now i am conflicted.

what an incredible story. i
not as poetic as your other stuff i have read but that is perfectly okay. poetry would not be suited here, not for Dudley.

i am amazed by the heavy reality of this. i am a closet watcher of the biggest loser and i constantly find myself saddened by it and by the terrible state of existence obesity brings a person. as a stupidly skinny person i have no idea what it is like to be overweight so i cannot even imagine what it does to a person mentally and emotionally.

dudley though...even though i don't feel much compassion for him i can see, knowing where he came from and who his parents are, how he came to be this thing stuck in an armchair and stuck in the horrible pit of a life he had constructed for himself.

i liked the childishness to him as well - the 'how could she?' mentality he has. ugh. makes me cross >.<

fantastic work, as i am coming to expect from you darling!!

Author's Response: Aww thank you so much for yet another wonderful review! They just make my day. :)

Dudley is, in a word, pathetic. He is also gross. Like a giant blob that just sits there. So in the very end, it's difficult to feel any sympathy for him. But on the other side of things, it is pretty easy to see how he could potentially end up like this, because of the way his parents coddled him. And then marrying an enabler didn't really help. So it's just really sad, and pathetic, and you are right. He's really childish.

It's sad to know that there really are a lot of people out there like this. I watch Discovery Health sometimes, when they have specials about diseases or severely obese people. And usually, I have seen that the morbidly obese people are being fed by their child/significant other/parent, who is relatively normal in size - or at least able to function. They ask for food and they get it, no question. It's people are feeding them to death. That is not love. That is enabling a very harmful habit and they are going to die. All you have to do is say 'no'. It's not like they're going to get in the car and go to McDonalds themselves.

Thank you, once again, for the review. :)

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