From: Beyond Good and Evil.
Weighs as much as: A crate of Wal-Mart fertilizer
When this domesticated boar isn't doing machines like Donatello, he's helping raise a smokin' hot photographer and tending to a pile of screaming orphans. Humans and pigs living together? Mass Hysteria! You may think this agreeable fatty appears somewhat slovenly, but for a pig he’s a regular Dapper Dan.
Pey’j refrains from rolling in his own excrement long enough to help Jade set up many a combo.
From: The Toe Jam & Earl series
Weighs as much as: A metric ton of funk
Sega’s alien lard ass is hip, with it, and overflowing with "fattitude." This Funkatronian was every bit as important to the rap movement as Rerun from What’s Happening?. If you’re ever confused as to who’s who in this thuggish hip-hop duo, remember, only fat people are named Earl. Strut it, homeslice!
So comfortable with his own plumpness, Earl refuses to wear a shirt, even while in the icy vacuum of space. Bold.
From: The Simpsons
Weighs as much as: An unstoppable merchandising empire
No stranger to adventures in obesity, the Simpsons’ patriarch is endowed with the ability to swell to even greater enormity. Homer even has the fortitude to use his immensely circular frame to roll around at breakneck speeds, an incredibly enjoyable activity few fatties have the stamina to perform.
In the ultimate student-versus-master scenario, Homer has to defeat his hero, Lard Lad, using the power of unsightly body mass.
From: Dead Rising
Weighs as much as: A mall full of lesser, undead fatties
If we didn’t love fatties so, we may not be able to forgive Jo for implying she’d rape a bound woman with a nightstick. But lucky for her, she sounds like a bulbous Joan Cusack and that’s just adorable!
Okay, Jo's a pretty despicable person... but you gotta give her a little credit for somehow hoisting that ginormous frame of hers out of bed every morning. Be sure to tip your forklift operator.