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Rated: 18+ · Interactive Story · Other · #969359
Pete, a very fat 18 year old has moved to California. Will he be an outcast at college?
This is an interactive story containing 298 chapters. Each chapter tells part of the story and (usually) ends with multiple choices. Click on a choice and you'll be lead to the next chapter in your story. When you reach a chapter that hasn't been written yet, you will have the option to write it! Don't be shy... make an addition!
The owner of this Interactive Story begins with this information and guidance:
Pete Taft, a 6' tall, fat (350 pounds, mostly soft and jiggly) 18 year old has just moved across the country to California with his dad to start a new life. His father has a new job, and Pete will begin college life at the local junior college. He’s afraid he’ll be an outcast in his new town because of his girth, but things turn out differently then the baby-faced teen had expected...

This interactive does contain some chapters from an earlier, long deleted interactive - but it needs new chapters too! Will Pete grow? Will he find the love of his life? Or will he feel like an outcast again? Let's find out!

Thanks to nsguy and others whose chapters from the old "Fat Student" live again.
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