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So I recently stumbled upon some video of "Mukbang" (from Korean 먹방; meokbang; lit. "eating broadcast") is an online broadcast in which a host eats large quantities of food while interacting with their audience. Usually done through a webcast. I had already been doing them, I just didn't know that there was such a word to describe it.  And NOW... well now I have been on a mission to creatively contribute to the community via Youtube

For a while, I didn't understand the fetish or fantasy behind feederism.  I was perplexed at how gaining weight and eating were considered sexy.  BUT... the break through came and I started to realize the intimacy that forms over meals and through the common interest of eating.  When I first started dating my latest squeeze, he would take me to all these restaurants in Baltimore and the more he fed me the more I found myself falling deeper and deeper in love with him.   Of course there was more to our relationship outside of eating and food, but a huge (no pun intended) of our bond was formed over food and a shared enjoyment we were experiencing, together. 

I started noticing that when I shared our story, EVERY TIME I mentioned how he took me to all the best places to eat and how much I was pleased with his choice of restaurants.  They say the way to a man's heart is through his stomach but I firmly believe the way to ANYONE'S heart is through their pallet.  Feed them = the rest is history. 

Welcome to the world of ... the joy of FOOD!   

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