Hound Dog Syndrome is found to be derived from stretched, flabby skin being left over after rapid weight-loss of at least 80 pounds. HDS (Hound Dog Syndrome) affects the stomach, thighs, hips, breasts, and upper arms the most. One severe case of HDS, when a woman lost over 250 pounds, she was shattered to find that she had three wrinkly slabs of floppy skin draping down her abdominals.
"Dude, that chick I fucked last night was an ex-chunky, yeah man, she weighed over 400 pounds and is down to 140 and she had the wickedest Hound Dog Syndrome."
by 1fist2far June 22, 2009