When I was a kid, my dad encouraged us kids to eat all our Halloween candy as quickly as possible. I was usually finished in two days.
Eating to the point of total discomfort was very commonplace for much of my life. Happened usually on special occasions and sometimes by accident. Once we (as kids) binged on watermelon on a camping trip. I think that's the worst amount of full I have ever felt, plus you have to pee constantly for a really long time. It was tempting to force vomiting just so I could get out of the restroom, but I didn't.
Growing up we often made homemade cookies and usually we could eat them all in about 2 days. My mom used to make homemade cookies for Christmas, about a million different kinds and my sister and I would usually have them all eaten before we had to go back to school.
I still sometimes accidentally eat way too much. I don't know if that's truly binging though if it's an accident. Sometimes when I go out to eat I plan to eat as much as I possibly can, especially if we're going out for steak or sushi. It's like no way am I gonna skimp, I'm getting the biggest and best item on the menu and I'm going to enjoy the hell out of it.
While hiking the Pacific Crest, binging became a duty to binge, a grave responsibility. Otherwise, how can you get enough to eat? I did my best but I only did the whole pint of ben and jerry's a couple of times. The biggest binge I did was at the Timberline Lodge where I filled up 7 plates of food (belgian waffles, eggs, potatoes, sausage, granola, fruit salad) and a few cartons of yogurt and some pastries plus 5 cups of coffee and then went out for a pint of ice cream a couple hours later because I was still hungry.