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Her name is Harriet Jenkins, a 25 year-old British bird who dropped almost 200 lbs. in only 18 months. She was recently named the ‘Slimming Woman of the Year’. So… would you?

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  • ohnoes

    i wish all Americans would take this and run with it

  • Maddog

    YES! She's attractive, and she's probably got a personality from her fat days.

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  • http://ytmusic.mojblog.hr darius

    sometimes is just better not to know what was people like before you met them

    • killyj

      Why? If they are special in the beginning, they will be special always. It doesn't matter who you were, its what you make of yourself now in the present, everyone should think towards the future and not waste their time in the past!

  • http://www.lacollege.edu Goodforher

    For me, she enters the "definitely would" zone around #12. Before then (#10 or #11) it would depend on her personality and a number of other factors.

  • Diddy.

    There was another post quite a while ago with a big fat white whale attempting to become the fattest woman in the world. She, also, was with an African American man. That's all I'll say.

  • Tom

    She's still over 200lbs. No thanks.

    • Harriet

      I'm 160 lbs actually. I lost 205lbs.

      • killyj

        And you are amazing for it!:) Well done xx

    • Harriet

      No I'm not! I lost 205lb and am very much under 200. Do the maths.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1082023363 John Whitsel

    I would've before too..I'm a pig like that.

  • elbruces

    She always had a pretty smile and face, at any weight.

  • NELSON

    AWESOME WEIGHT LOSE HARRIET. GREAT JOB!! AND YES, I WOULD DO YOU!!!

  • Emily

    she had weight loss surgery i bet you ten bucks

    • Anonymous

      No she hasn’t actually nd I would suggest you are the one who needs surgery, first to remove your foot from your mouth and secondly to give you some sort of personality…. Maybe then guys would ‘do’ you aswell.

    • Harriet

      Actually I didn't. That's why the article was written about me – because I did it naturally, without help. So. No.

      • Julie

        And i can say that she didn't too. A healthy diet and exercise is the way she did it. She lost the weight without help from any kind of pills or doctors

  • Fankie Muniz

    shit man her skin probably looks like a stretched out Hefty bag full Vasoline.

    • killyj

      What the hell do you get out of making horrible comments about people? Do you have nothing better to do with your life but hurt others. Something sh** must of happened in your life to make you to be the horrible person you are now! People like you should not be born! Go look at yourself in the mirror and change before you completely isolate yourself, because even if you still have some sort of friend, they will soon realize that you are not worth any effort over.

  • xxx

    lol, you all sit here on the internet taking the piss out of somebody else..

    It's the weekend, why don't you go and get some fresh air, maybe meet up with some friends rather than sitting by yourselves on a computer judging people…

    I pity all of you that feel like they should get a kick out of somebody elses misfortune!

  • grrrrr

    I wouldn't call Harriets weight loss a misfortune. I too have lost 155 lbs. I've met Harriet and can tell you all that she's a lovely young woman who's worked hard to have lost what she has. She may have excessive skin and some may not find that attractive but hey, i bet 90% of those that have posted comments about it are overweight and just won't admit it. Doing something about it and turning your life around is hard, i know, i've been there. Don't judge others unless you want to be judged yourself, lets see pictures of you all, lets see what you look like and see if we find you attractive.

  • killyj

    Harriet has done an amazing job. Everyone who has lost a huge amount of weight will have some form of excess skin but this does not stop you from being perfect. If she wants to sort it she will. It is not up to you guys to comment on it. Her article was published on credible sites (not like this one) because she lost the weight naturally and at a healthy rate. Harriet is now a perfect weight and size for her height and she is beautiful. Her friend in the picture was there to see her win Slimming World Woman of the Year and I bet it was his proudest moment to know someone who has amazing determination and motivation to keep going even when it gets hard. Harriet is an amazing role model and even if others don't need to lose any weight, I bet she has more will power than any of us! She has come so far and should be congratulated, not talked down about. For those who gave negative comments, you should be ashamed of yourselves and go find something better to do than waste your life putting down others. Well done Harriet! I, and millions of others around the world are proud of you and your amazing accomplishment! xx killyj

  • Lou

    I've known Harriet since I was about 14, and always had a little bit of a crush on her, even in the earlier days, The sheer amount of effort and determination that she put into her weight loss is more than I could muster in the same position, and I think that applies to any of the haters on here too; I'd love to see you pull off the same thing she did, and looking half as good afterwards too.

    Well done Harri😀 *claps happily*

  • wanker

    now I would

  • jimphilric

    absolutely, good for her!

  • Huge

    Probably

  • Adam

    What the hell, why not…

  • http://t3.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcT4vbmqTQDI0DqCVENCvdF5t9x_8w46mIfuHdllmzdPaMY8gDm31g Jason Rommel

    It must suck trying starvation tactics

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