Arizona’s Susanne Eman is aiming to become the largest woman (the record currently stands at 1, 600 pounds), and is also planning on walking [or being pushed in a wheel chair] down the aisle to her “perfect” partner, chef Parker Clack.
Although Eman, 33, eats about 30, 000 calories a day, which is approximately 15 to 20 days worth of calories for the average person, she is working to keep her weight at 800-pounds, at least until her wedding day.
The bride’s dress will require 45 yards of material, nine feet of which will go around her waist (107.5 inches).
Clack moved in with Eman and her teenage sons after exchanging photographs and messages online. The 35-year-old is eager to help his new fiance reach her dream of weighing more than 1, 610-pounds, but admits,
“I do worry about her health, but I try to make sure she eats some healthy food, like salad, and I make sure she does exercises.”
Although Susanne Eman encourages morbid obesity to viewers nation wide, stating the larger she is, the sexier she feels, I do not encourage obesity to this extreme. Curvy and larger woman, just as every soul, are beautiful. But if your health is at risk, please visit your local doctor. You are all amazing, just as you are.