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bloater

A person defined in the context of fat fetishism as one whose sexuoeroticism hinges on being filled with food to the point of “exploding”.
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Bell, "Bloater formation in brined cucumbers fermented by lactobacillus plantarum," Journal of Food Science, vol.
Bloaters are herrings too but they are not split or gutted, and they do not get smoked until after their belly cavities are allowed to--well, bloat!
Rainbow smelt (Osmerus mordax) as predators on young bloaters (Coregonus hoyi) in Lake Michigan.
The north-east Scotland MSP said: "These people who inflate or make up claims about serving in the military are taking the shine off those genuine people who have fought and died to STEPHEN STEWART just a way to impress initially exposed as a "bloater" - a person s.stewart@dailyrecord.co.uk who embellishes their service history - by a group of former military personnel.
But there are many, many other bloaters who wobble around our streets or take up too much space on buses simply because they eat excessively and exercise too little.
As the disease progresses and less oxygen gets around the body, they become "blue bloaters" and fingers, lips and other extremities turn bluish.
When I was young, bloaters were dead cheap and popular, but they've vanished from the face of the earth, together with the long strings of rabbits in the butchers' shops.
Burger No-one forces bloaters to stuff their faces with triple-decker cheese burgers with extra fries followed by king-sized chocolate bars and a couple of muffins washed down with fizzy, sugary drinks.
Also, watch out for these bloaters: curries, cabbage, fizzy drinks, and drinks gulped down with a meal.
And it's not only things you used to eat and drink and will never see again, like Grape- nuts and sarsaparilla and bloaters and puff cracknels.
And he has been named online by the Walter Mitty Hunters Club, a veterans' group who target fake soldiers and "bloaters" who exaggerate their service.
The Government is happy to lavish cash on fitting gastric bands to fatties, even though these bloaters are entirely responsible for their own sorry condition.