Monday, April 20, 2009

Little Help from Our Friends

By Jesse Marie Scott Spencer

THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU! OMG, seriously?! You all are so fantastic. Over the past couple weeks there has been a super duper outpouring of love and support from the community. Obviously, you want to see me on camera again.

In 18 days, we have received so many donations. You raised over $3000.00 to the camera fund! Noel can buy the camera, AND we have enough money for a couple weeks of groceries. This means so much, and your love is FELT!

Special thanks goes out to our friend Marcus in Seattle who spearheaded this impromptu fundraiser. As many of you know, Marcus emailed us after Noel announced the camera died and said he wanted to help us raise money to buy the new video recorder. He sent emails to his list of feeders and fatties, and low and behold! We have some fans!

I received some very lovely emails from many of you who have been quietly watching our vids, and I just want to thank you with all my heart! Thanks for your sweet presents. They’re super exciting and adorable. I especially love the chocolates and muffin baskets – keep those coming!

Noel ordered the new camera, and it should be here any day. We’ll be back to video making very soon. And, since you’ve all been so extra super sweet, we’re taking requests. I won’t take off my clothes, but there are a lot of other things we LOVE to do. Food play? Jiggling? Force-feeding? What’s your pleasure, my people?

Poll in the right sidebar. Vote for your fave!!

Friday, April 3, 2009

A Letter from Marcus

By Jesse Marie Scott Spencer

The strangest thing happened. On Wednesday, Noel shared here that our HD camera he uses to shoot our videos crapped out on us and we don’t have the money to buy a new camera.
Check this out – our friend, Marcus, wrote this awesome letter and sent it to all the feeders, feedees, and SSBBW lovers he knows.

“Dear friend,

Yesterday two pillars of our community revealed a video camera they use to entertain and excite us quit working. They barely have enough money to continue their impressive life’s journey.

Jesse and Noel Spencer have been working for the past two years to be one of the few people to pass that elusive goal of becoming half a ton. This is a very difficult feat, no doubt, and the tool that helps raise money to achieve this goal is now gone.

As a friend of Jesse and Noel, I would like to plea with you, if you can support this couple in continuing their journey, buy a video. If you have a video, buy another one – or just use PayPal to donate to the Spencers. I have discussed this with them, and they have created a special button to donate to their cause. I just donated $300.00.

Be a part of recording history.


OMG. Have you ever read anything sweeter? I’m not one to self promote or beg for money, but look at it as a little investment. If you help us, we’ll make some more videos for you. As a little incentive, if you donate $30 or more ($30 is the regular price cost of one of our DVDs), we’ll send you our next video. So, it’s like pre-paying for your video. Cool?

Thanks so much, again, to Marcus for his help, and we hope you can help out, too!

Much love…

Wednesday, April 1, 2009

Camera Death

By Noel Spencer

So, I have some bad news. I can’t make any more feeding videos. My camera died, and I don’t have the money to buy a new one. It’s causing me great grief because videos are a big source of income for us. This means we will need to cut back on the amount of feeding that we do, which will, in turn, keep us from reaching our goal as quickly.

At this point, I am going to have to take on extra freelance design projects to make ends meet and to raise the money for a new camera. I’ve been using the Sony Ultra Compact Pro HXR-MC50U 64GB Hard Drive HD Camcorder, but it costs around $1500.

We just don’t have the money right now. It’s a hurdle, but not something that we can’t overcome. Hopefully, we’ll be back with a new HD video sooner than later!