How to Gain Weight Fast

We recently discussed ways you can lose weight quickly. What if you are trying to gain it, though? Have you ever wondered what you would look like with up to one hundred pounds added to your body? I’m sure that by now many of you are shuddering at the thought. However, a new iPhone app that adds pounds in seconds is a huge hit in the social media circle.

FatBooth works on your iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad to plump up your face before your eyes. Simply take a front-facing picture (or use one already in your library) and let the app work its magic. The application will work out the changes to your features automatically, but it will give you the option of tweaking the image. The finished result will show you how your face would look if you spent six months snarfing down various junk foods.

While these pictures may be fun and many of us are giggling over each others’ new mugshots, there is a very legitimate reason you may want to do this to yourself. If you are currently on a diet of some type, having a photo like this may help keep you motivated. It could provide an extra bit of incentive the next time you want to reach for a late-night cupcake or skip your daily exercise routine.

The app was created by British company PiVi & Co. They recently had another hit with AgingBooth – an image manipulator that lets you see how you’ll look in about fifty years. FatBooth is available right now on iTunes for only ninety-nine cents.

2 thoughts on “How to Gain Weight Fast”

  1. Man, seing this stuff scares me. A few months ago I really began to eat a lot. Not only was it a lot though, it was stuff filled with Fructose and garbage. Within the last month or so I’ve managed to eliminate as much of it out of my diet, but I’ve noticed it’s near impossible to do so completely.

    I really think that government should take control here, just like they did with trans fats. Let’s force our governments to make us healthy again. Because as we all know, a healthy society will lead to much more productivity.

    Again, I’m very happy to say that I’ve completely rid soda out of my diet. Something which feels so bad to do, but also good at the same time.

    Chris I don’t know how you do it man. I’m finding it to be excruciatingly difficult to monitor what’s going into my body.

  2. Ha! I agree that this “could” be used as motivation for weight loss. I’ve been using vitamin B12 and weight loss techniques to keep myself fit and having good results. People should know WHY they are trying to lose weight – Health should be the first reason…but vanity often wins out.

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