Tuesday, September 30, 2008


By Noel Spencer

It’s a lot of work getting married. I thought since it would just be my brother and Jesse’s sister attending it would be a piece of cake, but it’s turning out to be a lot of running round. Jesse can help with some things around the house, but when it comes to executing errands around town, I’m doing most of that, including renting a car to pick up Jesse’s sister at the airport. She doesn’t get that people take cabs in NYC, so we’ve got to pick her up in a rental. It’s just one more thing.

I also must pick up Jesse’s dress from the cleaners. They are doing the alterations. I thought I could do it. I can sew a little, but this is special. I want it done right. The seamstress is over on Metropolitan Avenue. She is a Indian woman, and she’s done a great job in the past with minor alterations. We ordered Jesse’s dress online, and it is gorgeous. It just needs to be bigger. When I told the woman doing the alterations we want it to be let out, she tried to explain to me that I must have it wrong. All brides want to have their dress taken IN.

After much back and forth about whether I was right or wrong, she told me it would cost more for letting it out. She suggested it was about the extra fabric. I almost argued with her on this. Why does it cost more for someone to make something bigger than smaller? It is as if she is penalizing us for Jesse being fat. Ultimately, after speaking with some friends, they assured me that extra fabric would cost more.

All of this is to say: I picked up Jesse’s dress today! She tried it on, and she looks stunning. Even though the woman altered it to be bigger, I had her make it slightly smaller than Jesse’s size. It’s super tight, and her voluptuous, glorious body shows in all its glory. She’s beautiful, sumptuous, and classic all at once.

Jesse watches this show Say Yes to the Dress all the time. Her favorite part is when women get all weepy over their dresses. Gets her every time. She says they know when they put it on.
When Jesse tried on that dress…

God, let me tell you…she was perfection. The look on her face was priceless. And the tears flowed…and flowed.

I can’t wait for Saturday.

Monday, September 15, 2008

Old, New, Borrowed & Blue

By Jesse Marie Scott

I can’t believe I’m getting married in less than three weeks! OMG!!

I’ll be honest – this isn’t something I ever thought would happen. When I was a little girl, I dreamed of having a wedding, of course. I’d have a white dress with a long train that went down the isle like Princess Diana. There would be a ring barer, a flower girl and candles everywhere. When I got older, I rarely dated, and when I did date, I never thought of anyone as “Mr. Right.” Even after I started meeting up with guys that feed, I never figured I’d find someone who wanted to be with me long term, let along marry me.
There was one guy I dated (who will remain nameless), and I thought he might be “the one.” We were together just over a year. The relationship started a lot like Noel and mine did. We met on line, started seeing each other and we had a relationship. I didn’t expect anything because all my other feeders before him were short term. Guys usually will stick around for a few weeks, maybe a couple months, but no one ever really connected with me on an intimate level.

We began feeding more regularly, and we played around with the idea of goals. I joked that we should go for 1000 pounds one day, and you should have seen his eyes! LOL! He was so freaked out. We agreed 300 hundred pounds would be much easier to reach, and we started out feeding to gain. For realsies. Before it was a fantasy or something we joked about. This required serious obligation. He didn’t have that. He left a couple weeks after we started on our road to the goal.
Looking back on it, that is fine by me! His exit made room for my true love, Mister Noel Jonathan Spencer. Now we’re getting married, and I can’t WAIT!

I do have to get a little traditional: Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed, and Something Blue.

So far, I’ve got…

Blue – I’m going have a blue bouquet. I love blue. It’s my favorite color, and I almost decided to wear a blue dress, too. In the end, I decided to be traditional and wear white.

Working on the other three. Though, I did see pretty pearl necklace on line. I showed it to Noel, and I think he might be getting it for me!! That would be my “new” item.

I’m not sure what the other two items will be, though. Any of you had a wedding? What did you borrow? If you have suggestions, feel free to suggest away!

Monday, September 8, 2008

Woke Up, Fell Out of Bed

By Noel Spencer

You might be wondering what a day in the life of a feeder is like. I am sorry to say, it is pretty typical. Wake up, make coffee, and rustle up some breakfast. This is where it deviates from what most people do, I guess. My breakfast is a bowl of cereal or some toast with peanut butter, but I make Jesse’s breakfast which is usually a dozen eggs scrambled with cheese, a large bowl of cereal with whole milk, and a tea with half and half and sugar. Jesse watches her morning shows while I get started with my day.

As a designer, I’m able to work from home. My room has a little office area and a twin sized bed. I’m usually on deadline, so I don’t have a lot of time to make big lunches. White Castle is down the street and McDonald’s is over on Grand, so I usually just head over there and grab a few Extra Value Meals. I get a variety – Big Mac, Quarter Pounder – and a few apple or cherry pies. Jesse is on the computer or watching television throughout the afternoon. If she gets hungry, there’s plenty of snacks in the fridge for her to grab, and if she wants something we don’t have, I’ll just pop out to the store for the special item.

Dinner is special. It can take up to two hours to prepare. I love cooking. This is when I get to feed Jesse. It’s relaxing, sensual and most nights it evolves into sexy time. It’s the perfect end to a long day.

Sunday, September 7, 2008

My First Time

By Jesse Marie Scott

Okay, it’s not what you think. It’s my first blog entry! It’s so exciting. I’ve read blogs for years, but I never figured I’d write one. I didn’t think I had anything to write about. People who write blogs always seem like an expert on something. I never felt like an expert on anything. But when me and Noel talked about starting a blog, Noel made a great point: I’m an expert on gaining weight. LOL! Since Noel’s an expert on helping people gain weight, this seemed like a natural progression.

I’ve been gaining weight since I can remember. Of course, I dieted, so during those times I’d lose some weight. I’ve tried so many diets: NutriSystem, Atkins, The Cabbage Soup Diet, The Watermelon Diet, Cyberdiet, LA Diet, Diet Center, Jenny Craig, Scarsdale, Zone and Tops. But they’re all the same: lose 15 pounds, gain twenty. Each diet, I’d end up heavier than when I started.

One day, I discovered men who like fat women. They didn’t want thin girls living on Diet Coke and lettuce. These men want big, voluptuous, beautiful ladies who have an appetite to boot! I knew this was my destiny.

From that point on, I haven’t looked back.

Saturday, September 6, 2008

The Launch!

By Jesse Marie Scott & Noel Spencer

Welcome to the blog of Jesse Marie Scott and Noel Spencer, otherwise known as jessennoel.com! Thanks for joining us. We are a couple living in the Williamsburg, Brooklyn neighborhood of New York City. We have been together for almost two years. We met online after Noel responded to a personal ad Jesse posted on Craigslist.

This is our little corner of the interweb to share our experiences as a couple engaging in the feederism lifestyle. Feederism, for those of you who don’t know, is a fetish where one partner feeds the other to aid in weight gain. Sometimes, both partners will feed, but more often than not, one partner is the feeder and the other partner is a feedee, or gainer. In our relationship, Noel feeds Jesse and takes care of her every need. During our time together, Jesse has gained 103 pounds. Currently, she weighs 417lbs.

There are a few reasons we’re starting this blog:

  1. To share what it is like to be in a relationship framed by feederism. This isn’t a lifestyle most people know about, and we want to give the rest of the world a better understanding of our day-to-day activities.

  1. We want to share tips and hints for others looking to feed or gain. The community of feeders and feedees is expanding each day, and it’s helpful to hear other couples are successfully achieving the goals they set for themselves.

  1. Recently, we decided to go for the ultimate goal: 1000 pounds! Throughout our relationship, we have set goals and made every one. Now, we embark on an exciting trip, and we hope you’ll join us as we head to 1K!

Finally, we’re very excited to announce our upcoming wedding! We’re tying the knot on October 4, 2008 – less than a month away. Very exciting! It’s such an exciting next step in our relationship.

Thanks for reading, and if you have any comments or questions, just ask. We’re here to help!

Jesse & Noel