“Most women think losing weight is the way to get their ex's attention — but for me it was just the opposite. Becoming the heaviest woman in the world is what made him fall in love with me all over again and we're now working on getting our relationship back on track.”
So says Pauline Potter, 47, of Sacramento, Calif., in The Sun newspaper. Potter was recently declared the world’s heaviest woman by Guinness World Records. After her divorce she put on 280 pounds— and ended up rekindling a steamy romance with the ex-husband she left in 2008.
Alex, her ex, didn’t know her weight had risen to 728 pounds until he heard about the Guinness record. They reunited recently in Los Angeles The Sun reports.
Alex missed their sex life and is apparently making up for lost time.
“Despite what some may think, Pauline is great in bed. She's better than any other woman I've ever slept with. Within the first day of being back together we had sex six times in 24 hours. Even though one of Pauline's legs weighs more than I do, we're able to position her body to make sex enjoyable for both of us.”
And … perhaps this is a turn-on? “It's really dangerous for us to have sex because at any moment the bed could collapse and one or both of us could be seriously injured or even killed from the impact.”
But then, as they say, what better way to go than doing the thing — or the people—you love?
Pauline recently gave an interview to People magazine but talked mainly about her desire to lose weight rather than about her sex life.