New Jersey Woman Chasing Fattest Living Woman Title, Trying To Reach 1,000 Lbs.

By Allen Starbury  |  03/17/2010

A New Jersey woman is on a mission ... to become the fattest woman in the world, and already weighs in at 600 pounds.

According to the New York Post, 42-year-old Donna Simpson has set a goal for herself to reach the 1,000-pound mark within the next two years.

She says her favorite foods are cakes and doughnuts, and regularly eats mounds of fast food like cheeseburgers and fries. And ... to help in reaching her goal faster, she tries to move as little as possible. SMH...

Despite the serious health risks of weighing in at an enormous 600 pounds, Simpson insists she's healthy. Keep in mind, she can't walk and moves around in a motorized scooter.

Who supports her huge appetite? She does. Apparently, Simpson spends up to $750 a week in food, and finances it through her self-run website where men pay her to watch her eat.

"I love eating and people love watching me eat,' she told London's Daily Mail. "It makes people happy, and I'm not harming anyone."

The Post says Simpson already holds the Guinness World Record as the fattest mother. In 2007, she weighed in at a whopping 532 pounds when giving birth to her daughter Jacqueline.

Guiness is currently reviewing Simpson's application to be named largest living woman.

Previous, the biggest woman ever recorded was Rosalie Bradford, of Auburndale, Florida, who weighed in at 1,199 pounds in 1987. She died in 2007 at the age of 63. She held the title before she died.

While Guinness acknowledges theses type of weird feats, they deny that they are encouraging Simpson or any other people to live unhealthy.

"We're not pushing people out there to eat, we're in no way asking them to live an unhealthy lifestyle," said Guinness spokeswoman Jamie Panas told the paper. "From out point of view, these people are out there and we're just reporting it like you are. We're just impartially chronicling superlatives."

Simpson is married with two children. She say her husband, who weights just 150 pounds, has encouraged her to eat more.

"I think he'd like it if I was bigger," she added. "He's a real belly man, and completely supports me."

WTF? He's put a whole meaning to the phrase "chubby chaser."