“Eat me up, my love, or else I’m going to eat you up. Fear of eating, fear of the edible, fear on the part of the one of them who feels loved, desired, who wants to be loved, desired, who desires to be desired, who knows that there is no greater proof of love than the other’s appetite, who is dying to be eaten up yet scared to death by the idea of being eaten up, who says or doesn’t say, but who signifies: I beg you, eat me up. Want me down to the marrow.”
Stigmata: Escaping Texts, Hélène Cixous tr. by Keith Cohen
Whumpee: held captive for a few days without food. Now: he is manhandled into a fancy dining room. The whumper has guests enjoying a feast, amused by the whumpee being forced to a seat. The whumpee’s hands get chained to the table. He still tries to be strong and hide his hunger. He is offered food, he gives in and reaches for it… only to realise the chains are too short and he can’t reach. It was all to taunt him. The guests laugh, no one helps the starved whumpee eat. Hunger and humiliation.
I thought that love was in the drugs But the more I took, the more it took away And I could never get enough I thought that love was on the stage, give yourself to strangers You don’t have to be afraid Then it tries to find a home With people or when I’m alone Picking it apart And staring at your phone
I’m honestly in love with all of their oc’s, that’s why I love drawing them too!! I’ve been following their blog for the longest, and yes while I love tumbies on any character, it’s theirs that I’ve been most familiar with for the longest!! ;^; I just luv dem so much 👊🏼😤
Why do I have like really bad hunger pain (like pain from being hungry, idk if there is a term) after only 12 hours without food? Is there any research on that?
Normal, non-restrictive eaters with regular access to foods they enjoy eat every three hours (on average). The human body needs a steady supply of energy to function optimally, especially during your waking hours. So if you don’t eat for 12 hours, then it is healthy and normal to experience strong hunger pains! That is your body trying to tell you to feed it. I hope you listen.
The poorest 10% of families would have to spend 80% of their entire income on food to be able to eat a diet that was in line with government healthy eating recommendations, a recent study found. There are four million children living in poverty in the UK whose families struggle to afford a healthy diet, but only 1.3 million of them are eligible for free school meals, as eligibility criteria have been tightened.
I love when a stomach isn’t fully satisfied with the food/prey its given.
Like the pred thinks whatever they ate will satiate them enough. Actually, it does at first. However, satisfied gurgles soon turn into growls once again. In fact, whatever they ate and the air they ended up swallowing is making the stomach growl louder.
It’s a really odd feeling, both feeling full and hungry. They feel the weight of what they ate, but they can still feel the hunger pangs. They may like it, they may not.
And if it’s prey inside of them, they get to feel the stomach around them contract, right before letting out a booming growl.