And that is why deathfats will always be deathfats. If they lose even a modicum of weight, they think they can reward themselves by "cheating." My introduction to the world of deathfats was through a British documentary called "Half-Ton Man" that I found on YouTube. Typical scenario. (Unfortunately, it has BECOME typical anyway.) He was over 1,000 pounds, bed-bound, and a wall of his house had to be knocked down and a crane used to lift him out and into an ambulance. I don't remember all of the details, but somehow he qualified for WLS and started losing weight. You know how he celebrated? With a bucket of KFC. Long story short, he did lose a substantial amount of weight in the beginning, but then put a lot of it back on and died in his 50s. The. End.