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2010-03-23 12:01:54 AM  
Babbs: Thin and in shape looks better than overweight. Period. When you see an overweight person who has lost weight, the first thing you say is "You look great!". How often have you said that to someone who has gained a bunch of weight?

After I gained 20 pounds everyone told me I looked great. Although that was when I weighed about 100 at 5'9". Cocaine, it's a hell of a drug.
 
2010-03-23 12:05:56 AM  
Witchydiva: Want:

I'll take Christina and a side of this woman.

farkin_noob: Cocaine, it's a hell of a drug.

"You take our land, we give you monkey for your back."
 
2010-03-23 12:06:51 AM  
assembleravenger: Witchydiva: Want:

I'll take Christina and a side of this woman.

farkin_noob: Cocaine, it's a hell of a drug.

"You take our land, we give you monkey for your back."


To be fair, we got a couple.

/going out for a cigarette
 
2010-03-23 12:08:12 AM  
cauth002: It's just easier to eat fast food and lay around the house then it is to eat right and exercise.

I can't really disagree with your statement. My friend did a study as to why poorer people are more overweight than richer people (sad I know). Anyway, it's cheaper and easier to eat unhealthy.


Most people don't think about it that way. But really - a log of Velveeta costs what, $4? $4 on "real" cheese doesn't get you nearly as far. Instant pastas are easier than real, actual pasta. Crappy bread with filler is much cheaper than bread made from whole grains. Fresh fruits and veggies are pricey, and crappy desserts are dirt cheap. *shrug* It sucks, but that is how it is.
 
2010-03-23 12:08:32 AM  
ZeroCorpse: men have varied tastes, and we all have a "type", but almost none of us like this:

For whatever reason, a lot of gay guys like clothes. A lot of fashion designers are gay guys. They get to hire the models. Now I'm sure their clothes are awesome, but what do they know about what makes a sexy woman? They basically hire coat hangars and hang their clothes on them.

That any woman would look at a coat hangar, hired by a gay guy, and reach the conclusion that this is a heterosexual male's ideal is just totally retarded.

Hilarious too.

www.majhost.com

Also, I wanted to post this but I was afraid of getting banned. It's Alicia Kiss.
 
2010-03-23 12:09:44 AM  
assembleravenger: Witchydiva: Want:

I'll take Christina and a side of this woman.


Nigella Lawson. The perfect woman: rich, curvy (without being fat), can cook really well, sensual, and speaks with a lovely accent. :)
 
2010-03-23 12:22:15 AM  
Witchydiva: cauth002: It's just easier to eat fast food and lay around the house then it is to eat right and exercise.

I can't really disagree with your statement. My friend did a study as to why poorer people are more overweight than richer people (sad I know). Anyway, it's cheaper and easier to eat unhealthy.

Most people don't think about it that way. But really - a log of Velveeta costs what, $4? $4 on "real" cheese doesn't get you nearly as far. Instant pastas are easier than real, actual pasta. Crappy bread with filler is much cheaper than bread made from whole grains. Fresh fruits and veggies are pricey, and crappy desserts are dirt cheap. *shrug* It sucks, but that is how it is.


I don't buy that it's cheaper to eat unhealthy; it's cheap, but not cheaper. I will however buy that it's easier to eat unhealthy. Eating healthy requires a person to take interest in themselves and the food they eat. Buying rice, and dried beans in bulk brings down the cost per meal; Buy some off-brand all-purpose spice, and what ever meat is on sale and you've got at least three squares a day for similar or cheaper cost than McD's.

Witchydiva: assembleravenger: Witchydiva: Want:

I'll take Christina and a side of this woman.

Nigella Lawson. The perfect woman: rich, curvy (without being fat), can cook really well, sensual, and speaks with a lovely accent. :)


I'd share my kitchen with her any day.
 
2010-03-23 12:31:56 AM  
assembleravenger: I don't buy that it's cheaper to eat unhealthy; it's cheap, but not cheaper. I will however buy that it's easier to eat unhealthy. Eating healthy requires a person to take interest in themselves and the food they eat. Buying rice, and dried beans in bulk brings down the cost per meal; Buy some off-brand all-purpose spice, and what ever meat is on sale and you've got at least three squares a day for similar or cheaper cost than McD's.

Well, I'll grant you that cheap is subjective. Fast food is quicker, and if you subscribe to time=money, cheaper. It is definitely more expensive in the long run (negative health impact, generally less family time, eating on the run isn't good for you, etc).

Rice and beans are definitely cheaper - but you have to have time to cook them (and prepare the sides to go with them), and make time to do dishes, etc.
I think many people have structured their lives around go-go-go, and reorganizing it to allow cooking and eating time seems like an insurmountable challenge. It is usually a matter of priorities.
 
2010-03-23 12:32:02 AM  
I am encouraged by the attitudes in this thread. Too bad the idealism of a thick curvaceous woman's loving body goes flying out the window at the first Miley-Cirus-in-fark-me boots thread that comes along to replace it.
 
2010-03-23 12:35:49 AM  
assembleravenger:

Forgot in my last post - it is also hard to compete with $0.10 ramen. $0.12 if you get the good stuff. Throw in some cheap meat/veggies, and you have a meal (albeit a bit salty).

Yes, I know that cheap soba noodles+low-sodium soy sauce, sesame oil, bouillon, and whatever I have on hand works just as well - but how do you convince people that the latter tastes better (and is better for you) than the cheap crap - but I can't throw it all in a bowl, push a few buttons, and then pull out a meal in 4 minutes. :/
 
2010-03-23 12:38:37 AM  
girls are like a box of chocolates.


....chocolates....om nom nom nom nom bonbon nom
 
2010-03-23 12:41:31 AM  
Knucklepopper: I am encouraged by the attitudes in this thread. Too bad the idealism of a thick curvaceous woman's loving body goes flying out the window at the first Miley-Cirus-in-fark-me boots thread that comes along to replace it.


We'll always have Paris.
 
2010-03-23 12:44:09 AM  
I'm glad there are so many fatty-chasing lardy lady lovers out there. Keep those blobs of pale white goo the hell away from me.
 
2010-03-23 12:45:22 AM  
kotetsu: I'm glad there are so many fatty-chasing lardy lady lovers out there. Keep those blobs of pale white goo the hell away from me.

We know which blobs of pale white goo you really want.
 
2010-03-23 12:51:16 AM  
This thread is nasty. Please post less pictures on fatty threads.
 
2010-03-23 12:51:43 AM  
Look through any thread in Fark that shows a picture of a woman or even mentions a woman as part of the story. Then read the comments by male Farkers who have commented on the females looks or desirability and compare this with female comments about the womans looks or desirability.

I think the truth will be revealed as to who puts women down the most.
 
2010-03-23 12:53:31 AM  
af21x: This thread is nasty. Please post less pictures on fatty threads.


And yet you came like a moth to a flame.
I know, I know, you buy it for the articles, really!
 
2010-03-23 12:56:01 AM  
Can all the fat chicks please quit claiming that Marilyn Monroe was fat? Hell, it doesn't even matter: she was a profoundly screwed-up whore, thrice-married, who led a miserable life and didn't even make it to 40, and even back then her contemporaries such as Jayne Mansfield, Mamie Van Doren, and even Betty Page were hotter. Wanna be like her?
 
2010-03-23 12:56:53 AM  
Nelly Furtaco: Can all the fat chicks please quit claiming that Marilyn Monroe was fat? Hell, it doesn't even matter: she was a profoundly screwed-up whore, thrice-married, who led a miserable life and didn't even make it to 40, and even back then her contemporaries such as Jayne Mansfield, Mamie Van Doren, and even Betty Page were hotter. Wanna be like her?


We all will, eventually.
 
2010-03-23 01:01:22 AM  
Knucklepopper: I am encouraged by the attitudes in this thread. Too bad the idealism of a thick curvaceous woman's loving body goes flying out the window at the first Miley-Cirus-in-fark-me boots thread that comes along to replace it.

Granted, this:
disneysource1.files.wordpress.com

is better than this:

media.hollyscoop.com


I'd still rather see this:

binside.typepad.com
/hotlinked
 
2010-03-23 01:02:14 AM  
MBA Whore: Women: I have a question / theory that I would like for you to examine. I could be wrong, but would love some Farkette input.

My theory: The reason women (in general, I am sure exceptions exist) are so freaked about their appearance is because for a woman, her appearance grants her power. I know that sounds horrible but listen. In a nutshell, this is what I propose: That muscles are to men what looks are to women. Both act as traditional sources of power and status.

When a woman is concerned about her looks, it isn't necessarily to please men or women, but is usually about how her looks impact her social and interpersonal power.

Let's face it, boobs and legs are really powerful.

/ peer review ?


You could be onto something. There was an article based on a study (which at the moment I cannot find and perhaps another person may know where it is located on the intertubes) but basically it showed from brain scanning that when a woman saw her man look at another attractive woman the area of the brain that showed fear lit up. That is the area that lit up was not the area that shows dislike, but the same area that would light up if someone came after her with an axe. So perhaps this fear comes from the past where if you were not beautiful (subject to area and time) you would not find a partner and if you were left, especially with young child or baby it could result in your death or your child's death. I understand that this is not the case know, especially for women from countries such as America, but women have been at the mercy of biology for 40,000 + years so I can believe that it may take more than 200 years for those effects to be irradicated and that those effects may very will be so ingrained that they have become more then just taught, but have actually become innate.
 
2010-03-23 01:07:23 AM  
So is it bad of me that while I was reading this I went for a second bowl if ice cream?

/homemade triple chocolate with pomegranate whipped cream... stupid dinner party got canceled and I'm left with 2 pints of ice cream I'll never manage to eat before it gets nuked with freezer burn.
//Makes Dreyers/ben and jerry's taste like DQ soft serve.
 
2010-03-23 01:10:47 AM  
For the record, any lady that wants some action can go to any bar and get some baring gay bars and probably there too.
 
2010-03-23 01:19:53 AM  
Ashelth: /homemade triple chocolate with pomegranate whipped cream... stupid dinner party got canceled and I'm left with 2 pints of ice cream I'll never manage to eat before it gets nuked with freezer burn.
//Makes Dreyers/ben and jerry's taste like DQ soft serve.


Recipe please? EIP if you don't want to post it here.
 
2010-03-23 01:25:45 AM  
NannyStatePark: The average woman wears a size 16. Marylin Monroe was a 12-14. If you are thinner in my part of TX, especially over 30, you are a freaking Barbie doll.

Not this shiat again...as a sometime wearer of vintage clothing, I can attest that 1955 size 12 =~ 2010 size 6. Marilyn Monroe was 5 foot 5 and weighed between 115 and 140 pounds (citation: some biography I read years ago). That puts her right in the middle of the "healthy" weight range. She did have a 20" waist and DD knockers, which is an unusual combination.

Audrey Hepburn was about 5 foot 7 and 110 pounds. That's skinny. Underweight, in fact.
 
2010-03-23 01:31:11 AM  
Witchydiva: assembleravenger: I don't buy that it's cheaper to eat unhealthy; it's cheap, but not cheaper. I will however buy that it's easier to eat unhealthy. Eating healthy requires a person to take interest in themselves and the food they eat. Buying rice, and dried beans in bulk brings down the cost per meal; Buy some off-brand all-purpose spice, and what ever meat is on sale and you've got at least three squares a day for similar or cheaper cost than McD's.

Well, I'll grant you that cheap is subjective. Fast food is quicker, and if you subscribe to time=money, cheaper. It is definitely more expensive in the long run (negative health impact, generally less family time, eating on the run isn't good for you, etc).

Rice and beans are definitely cheaper - but you have to have time to cook them (and prepare the sides to go with them), and make time to do dishes, etc.
I think many people have structured their lives around go-go-go, and reorganizing it to allow cooking and eating time seems like an insurmountable challenge. It is usually a matter of priorities.


Ah! you got me there, didn't think about that angle, but I don't believe the challenge is insurmountable. Even go-all-the-time people (excluding CEOs) have 2-3 hours of 'wtf am i going to do' time on a weekend - trip to the store, pick up mats, prepare multiple meals that can keep in the fridge or freezer; pull them out and nuke when hungry.

Witchydiva: assembleravenger:

Forgot in my last post - it is also hard to compete with $0.10 ramen. $0.12 if you get the good stuff. Throw in some cheap meat/veggies, and you have a meal (albeit a bit salty).

Yes, I know that cheap soba noodles+low-sodium soy sauce, sesame oil, bouillon, and whatever I have on hand works just as well - but how do you convince people that the latter tastes better (and is better for you) than the cheap crap - but I can't throw it all in a bowl, push a few buttons, and then pull out a meal in 4 minutes. :/


You have no disagreement from me on Ramen. The stuff is ridiculously cheap and semi-filling especially in college, so it's tough to beat with a healthier option. The latter option you mention could potentially be a 4 minute meal when you want to eat it, but you still have to do some prep ahead of time. This can easily be done during a 1-2 hour break on a day of the week before things get busy - this goes double for rice and beans for the week. :)
 
2010-03-23 01:33:41 AM  
cloud_van_dame: Not this shiat again...as a sometime wearer of vintage clothing, I can attest... Marilyn Monroe was 5 foot 5 and weighed between 1955 and 2010 pounds (citation: some biography I read years ago). That puts her right in the middle of the "healthy" weight range....


OMFG... something went wrong with your post!
 
2010-03-23 01:35:39 AM  
assembleravenger:
True - it is all doable. It is just a matter of reallocating time. Do I veg on the couch and play video games and devolve for another 30 minutes, or do I spend time doing yet another task? Do I spend time preparing a meal for me and the kids, or get drive-thru and feed them in the car after I get off of my second job? It is all individual - and definitely tied to the person's planning ability and cooking ability.

Anyway. I'm going to finally sign off and plan some meals for the next week. I love to cook, I just hate doing the dishes afterwards. :)
 
2010-03-23 01:36:06 AM  
Ashelth: So is it bad of me that while I was reading this I went for a second bowl if ice cream?

/homemade triple chocolate with pomegranate whipped cream... stupid dinner party got canceled and I'm left with 2 pints of ice cream I'll never manage to eat before it gets nuked with freezer burn.
//Makes Dreyers/ben and jerry's taste like DQ soft serve.


Everyone ditch you for a machine gun social?
 
2010-03-23 01:38:51 AM  
Witchydiva: ...I just hate doing the dishes afterwards. :)

Right there with you on that one. I'd be up a creek w/o a paddle, if it wasn't for machine automated dish-washing.
 
2010-03-23 01:53:49 AM  
They may not raise self-esteem, but they're raising something else! Hi-Ohhhhh!
 
2010-03-23 02:05:39 AM  
i601.photobucket.com
Ed McMahon getting an erection. Let that image sink in for a moment.
 
2010-03-23 02:15:13 AM  
Knucklepopper: This is the perfect thread to ask a question of everyone.
I started dating a woman who refuses to tell me how much she weighs.
Mind you, she's no fatty. She's absolutely gorgeous with an hour-glass shape and ginormous proud, jutting breasts that at 36 years old, defy gravity like A-cups on a teenager.
But it's driving me crazy not knowing how much she weighs (mostly her refusal to tell me drives me nuts).
Now then, she is 5'8" and her measurements are: 38-29-38.
How much does she weigh?


I'd say somewhere between 145-165 depending on muscle mass mostly. If she's fairly fit/has a lot of muscle she probably weighs closer to 165.

(I'm 5'8" 38-26-40.5 and weigh 145, used to be 39.5-28-44 when I weighed 165... I have a lot of muscle mass)

Sheseala: I want button up shirts that accommodate boobs. Is that so much to ask?

/C's, not even an odd size


I agree with you on this one... though I'm larger than a C. I wish there would be more options for people that have boobs more than 3 inches larger than their waist size (as that seems to be the difference most of the time) in the US. I know www.bravissimo.com has some options (I'm a 8 SC there which is a 4 or a 6 waist with a 12-14 bust in US sizing... don't know what I'd do if I was shorter/smaller - I'm 5'8"). I mostly steer clear of button down shirts... stick to stretchy tops without buttons in general.
 
2010-03-23 02:38:24 AM  
Sheseala: I want button up shirts that accommodate boobs. Is that so much to ask?

/C's, not even an odd size


This is my shopping sadness. I'm a DD and my waist is a 29, which means the shirt/dress either fits my waist, or my chest. I'm trying to learn the 'art' of making my own shirts and dresses. How nice it would be.

ZeroCorpse: It comes from the primarily male, homosexual fashion industry. Fashion magazines for women are filled with pictures of models who are recruited by gay men, have their hair and makeup done by gay men, and have their clothing designed by gay men.

And what do gay men find aesthetically pleasing? Other gay men.

What do women have that men do not? Curves. Breasts. Hips. An hourglass shape.

And so, when you have gay men determining what is attractive, and promoting that imagine, what you get is women who are made to look like slender, androgynous, gay men.

I say this as a friend to the LGBT community, and as someone who counts a lot of people in that community as friends (and more). This is not bigotry.... This is reality.

Gay men don't want curvy, sexy, truly feminine subjects for their art. They want angular, featureless women who look masculine, or at best, androgynous. They make women look like twinks, because that is what is appealing to them.

The few women in the fashion industry who have any power are (pardon the term) f@ghags, and don't really do much to swing the fashion industry's opinion toward what real men desire.

I've said this many times over: If women want to know what body shapes men consider sexy and desirable, then they should go pick up a copy of Penthouse, Oui, Voluptuous Magazine, Hustler, Juggs, SCORE, and KING. They will see lots of hips, curves, breasts of varying sizes, and women with all sorts of different shapes and arrangements of facial features. They also have imperfections; Scars, freckles, dimples, crooked smiles, etc. We like those, too-- They're human.

They should avoid Playboy & Swank (too much airbrushing and silicon), FHM, MAXIM, any celebrity rag, and most women's magazines (Mademoiselle, Cosmo, etc). These magazines do not show what the average man wants, and instead show a distorted ideal that is put forth by the media.

Yes, there are some attractive women in those "avoid" magazines, but because they're digitally manipulated and the image is cultivated by gay men and out-of-touch women, they're not the truth. Women should know that.

This is what the fashion industry and women's magazines want women to believe is ideal:


And this is one of the top models in SCORE Magazine:


Here's another from Voluptuous Magazine:


And here's what you'll find in KING:


Yes, there's still some airbrushing in these magazines, but what you may notice is that the models in the men's magazines aren't tiny. They're varying shapes and sizes. Some have huge boobs. Some have huge butts. Some are just big girls.

You're not going to see these women in Cosmopolitan or Mademoiselle.

My point is that men have varied tastes, and we all have a "type", but almost none of us like this:



When we could have this, instead:

Or this:

Or this:


And some of us even like this:

and this:

and this, too:


And yeah... This is pretty nice, as well:


So really, the gay men can keep this:


Because a lot of men are so not interested in bones and tranny looks.


Well said.

I don't think changing the ads is going to help as much as people think...if someone allows the media to have such an impact on their self-esteem, changing the ads isn't going to change that. They'll still be the same person, looking to the media to tell them what they should be, and thinking they've failed if their obedience isn't constantly ackowledged.
 
2010-03-23 03:01:11 AM  
Witchydiva: Ashelth: /homemade triple chocolate with pomegranate whipped cream... stupid dinner party got canceled and I'm left with 2 pints of ice cream I'll never manage to eat before it gets nuked with freezer burn.
//Makes Dreyers/ben and jerry's taste like DQ soft serve.

Recipe please? EIP if you don't want to post it here.


Emailed. The basic ice cream part. I make a varient with an irish cream-white chocolcate mousse swirl that's rather tasty.

Anyhoo let me know if you get the email.
 
2010-03-23 04:31:59 AM  
I operate on the general assumption that male models probably look better than me, but I roll with it and only really care that I, myself, look acceptably healthy.

Honestly if these women are judging themselves against other women in terms of appearance then they've failed at life well before we get to discussing which particular other women they're judging themselves against. They need to lighten up and get over themselves a bit.

//Probably no prize myself, but who cares, I have a job and alcohol. Seems to work out.
 
2010-03-23 05:22:41 AM  
ZeroCorpse

People aren't getting fatter, and the image of beauty has gotten slimmer and slimmer as time has moved forward, mostly because modern technology allows for digital manipulation and because these days, looking emaciated is not as synonymous with disease as it was in the pre-industrial age.

Really?

Those Egyptians must've been good photoshoppers. Or maybe they were influenced by aliens. Aliens probably like skinny girls (that would explain the women's fashion magazines, too).

Or maybe you're overstating things.

/prefers the skinny here
 
2010-03-23 05:31:57 AM  
cookiefleck: Women stress themselves out over what they think men like....Until a certain age, if they are married. i hate that I write this, for the most part, a girls life is dictated over what some faceless, nameless, guy out there likes. Girls mold and change themselves to what they think guys will like because that makes them feel secure.

Incorrect. They obsess about what other women generally deem "attractive." Women are much harder on each other than guys are on them.
 
2010-03-23 05:40:49 AM  
Baryogenesis: Postal Penguin: Ah one thing about living on a college campus. A very disproportionate percentage of the female population are of normal weight and show it off by wearing painted on spandex. And when it gets warm they wear mini-skirts and grand canyon cleavage shirts.


/The real world is going to be so much of a disappointment...
//I'm not fat and I have to be at the gym in 26 minutes(because the girls there wear even skimpier clothing)

I would like to thank whoever started the trend of hot college girls wearing just a pair of spandex leggings that are so tight you can see, well, pretty much everything.


Seconded. That's a big part of the reason I go to the gym! (Well, not really, but it is nice.)

...Although I still miss the 'Spandex shorts with a thong over it' look from the early 1990's. Any chance of bringing that one back?
 
2010-03-23 05:45:16 AM  
begin tl;dr

You know, I've been really really fat, then really really skinny, and now I'm a healthy size. I have clothes in my closet that range from a zero (that I know I'll never wear again) to a 24 (that I hope to never wear again). I never felt bad for it. I mean, I saw the looks whenever I was eating somewhere or out for a walk, but it never permeated.

I think this is because of two things: I don't care if other women like the way I dress or are envious of me and I just genuinely don't care what anyone thinks about my body but my husband. I grew up as a tomboy and always dressed more masculine, so that may have something to do with the 'male thinking' I have regarding my body and fashion.

Suck it, "plus sized" and skinny models, and superficial men and women, I love myself. And because of that, I'll always feel more beautiful than you do.
 
2010-03-23 06:43:36 AM  
MorePeasPlease:
We know which blobs of pale white goo you really want.

Fastest bestest comeback I've heard in a while.

Bravo.
 
2010-03-23 07:00:32 AM  
aerojockey: ZeroCorpse

People aren't getting fatter, and the image of beauty has gotten slimmer and slimmer as time has moved forward, mostly because modern technology allows for digital manipulation and because these days, looking emaciated is not as synonymous with disease as it was in the pre-industrial age.

Really?

Those Egyptians must've been good photoshoppers. Or maybe they were influenced by aliens. Aliens probably like skinny girls (that would explain the women's fashion magazines, too).

Or maybe you're overstating things.

/prefers the skinny here


Depictions of beauty change over time. There are no places in the western world where 400 lbs+ were considered hot, but if you look at ads from even 50-60 years ago, and ideals of feminine beauty, they would now be considered "fat." If, for instance, Jane Russell were to go to Hollywood now, she would be told to lose weight:

www.celebritynetwork.com

OTOH, this is a photoshopping Ralph Lauren ad right now:

regmedia.co.uk

See the difference?
 
2010-03-23 07:22:46 AM  
Very few ads use TRULY plus sized models. Getting a woman who's a size 10-12 or *gasp* 14 and calling her plus sized is complete BS. You want a plus sized model? Try sizes 18-28 and up (US).
 
2010-03-23 07:34:33 AM  
hubiestubert: Well, can I assume that none of these gals are going to make women feel better then?

Not even 10% of y'all?


The first of your pics brought this to mind...(read her shirt)
img196.imageshack.us
 
2010-03-23 08:11:57 AM  
Some men love big girls. Friend of mine had a big girl, she'd be the heaviest one in the room when we all met up. I'm 6'1" 240, he was 6' about 220... etc and she'd be there at about 5'6" tipping the scales at well over 350. She could out eat and drink the lot of us.
 
2010-03-23 08:13:20 AM  
well slap my ass and call be betty.

i'm bookmarking this thread :)
 
2010-03-23 08:15:45 AM  
Normal chicks are okay, but petite squealers make me feel powerful.
 
2010-03-23 08:24:48 AM  
jafiwam
Veteran of the Cola Wars: Here is the trouble with skinny girls.

Bones. And hard places. And sharp poking bits. Plus, they are fragile looking.

There are certain activities that one should engage in enthusiastically. Hard and hot, fast and heavy, a good and proper shagging. Difficult to do that with a skinny girl, out of the fear of breaking her in two or possibly breaking your own penis by slamming it into a bit of pelvic bone or something else. Or you're getting into the wild freaky circus sex and going at it like mad animals and her hip bones are sticking right out of her asscheeks and stabbing you in your hips with every thrust. No thanks. Or mashing your balls against her pelvic bone or hips. YEOUCH. A woman should be soft, well padded, squishy in all the right places, solidly well built, and well able to play rough, no holding back.

Also, when throwing a woman down on the kitchen table and shagging her silly, with every thrust you shouldn't hear her pelvis clattering against the wood of the table, that noise will throw off your rhythm and ruin your ride. It should be a soft well muffled thud, not a loud THUMP THUMP THUMP. The floor as well, pulling her down to the floor for a good shagging should be a pleasurable sort of thing, you shouldn't hear about her whining later that her hip bones are bruised from banging into the floor.

Ask your self this... What is more comfortable to rest upon? A wooden church pew or an overstuffed couch?

And yes, a good and proper shag will do away with almost any sort of issue a woman has about being plus sized. If she starts to worry if something makes her look big, the proper response is to rip said item off of her and jump her bones, saying nothing.
I never farked a hot chick.

Fixed it for ya.


THIS x10

HA HA HA HA....thanks for the morning laugh
 
2010-03-23 08:25:42 AM  
I'm sure there's some text in this thread. Somewhere.
Hubiestubert, Zerocorpse and Zanysportslady
I bow before your epic collections. Wow!

/in my bunk, etc...
 
2010-03-23 08:27:35 AM  
I stand both vindicated (thindicated?) and surprised.

But I never said it was males who did most of the fatty bashing.

I think a lot of the real men, plus men who pretend to be skinny women, were doing their fair share; but, the worst offenders are other women.

Nobody was really posting photos or discussion of genuinely fat women in a sympathetic manner. There were pictures of women at the fat end of healthy weight. I think everyone enjoys looking at those? even straight women. We may be saying "Wow, that is a gorgeous dress" but we appreciate the beauty of the model, too.

The genuinely fat are still being bashed and made the butt of jokes every single time the subject comes up. Stuffy and Mr. Potatoass posted truly offensive pictures that are representative of true hate. You couldn't post a picture of a black person with such a skewed and horrible hate to them. The captions, the photos themselves are nasty and meant to be nasty. The people with a fetish for unhealthy excess of weight know they are into something nasty. They know what every fat person knows--obesity hurts. The knees hurt, the back hurts, the psyche hurts. That's what turns them on, apparently. Just one brand of pain.

And don't say black people can't help being black but fat people could get thin. It's obviously not true in all cases that women who want to be thin can get to that state. The thermodynamics of the situation make it sound easy. Eat less and move more. The biology and neurology and endocrinology of it--not so easy.

When the knee won't hold your weight and you get put on high-dose steroids for the fifteenth time in adult life for a lupus flareup, physics is not your friend. The American diet is not your friend.

And people post that you should go choke on your twinkies, and you know they mean it.
 
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