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Do guys like skinny girls?
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Posted 3/5/13
Who cares what guys prefer, my body is for me, and I love it ~

If I start hating it, I simply change ! I'm by NO MEANS Skinny I think, but being curvy helps with my cosplay so ~~~

Plus, most men are floored by confidence, so I think that's the most valuable thing a girl can have in her ARSENAL ~
Posted 3/5/13

javiikyuu wrote:


chase6565 wrote:


javiikyuu wrote:

At the end of the day, the body doesn't matter. It only helps to get the attention of guys, that's true.. but no guy is going to want a girl just for their body. After they get to know the girl that physically attracted them most of the time they'll be disappointed by their personality or something else. In contrast, when guys get to know a girl with whom they connect, they won't care about their body at all.
But I admit, even though I only value the personality, the first thing I look is the body. I seem to want to have my cake and eat it too. lol


Haha call me shallow, but i have to be physically and mentally attracted to the person I date. Like, if they have a little fat on them or a sexy 'thick' then that's fine. But if they just plainly don't give a crap about trying to stay healthy (whether it be eating healthy or exercising) then I just can't commit. No offense to anyone who is overweight. I'm actually quite looking forward to letting myself go when I get in my 50s. I get sick of exercising but it does clear your head and make you feel good. Looks aren't everything but at least give a piss about your body is all I'm saying.

Personally I don't like skinny girls either. Like, models or the girls from SNSD for example. They look like I could blow them away with a sneeze or like I could lift them up with one finger.


Hahaha I know whatcha mean. I like my girls to not be skinny rods of death. I mean, some girls are just like that, but if I know they are dieting WAY too hard to be like that it's very unattractive. Personality is very important and trumps everything overall in regard to living a happy life with your significant other. But I'm a guy who likes the whole package. I'm not even a 'healthy' person. I basically eat garbage all day. But I try to keep my weight in check by exercising for myself. I know I'll do it when I'm married too so I can look good for my wife. But if she doesn't do the same for me and goes all 'honey boo's mom' on me I swear that is what's so gross.

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There are guys that prefer skinny girls, and others that prefer overweight girl. But in all honesty, if we are only talking about looks, then most guys probably like what's in-between. As in, medium sized, I suppose you'd call it. I believe that most guys prefer a girl with curves, maybe slender or athletic. But I believe the same to be true for girls. I assume that girls, just like guys, would rather have a tall, and athletic guy with a great personality, over let's say, an underweight/overweight guy with great personality. You can come far with a lot of confidence, if you lack that, then maybe you are lucky to be beautiful. And if you lack that, then a great personality will do the trick. Either way, personality beats looks in the long run.

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Luckadoo was definitely right that was sexist and a terrible thing to say. This very forum proves that guys have all different tastes. Even if a woman tries to lose weight so that more men find her attractive doesn't mean she's after a guy's money in fact a lot of successful women try and stay slim. As for your comment about rape, dude what planet are you on, any woman could be a target for a rapist.
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Skinny's fine, but I like who I like and if she's not then so be it.
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Posted 3/5/13
hey all sizes work for me except obese
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How would you be able to know that about everyone? You can't follow everyone like that around all day and be health monitor. You didn't actually say you hated them, but when you call them lazy "bastards" with mental weakness, "fat ass" & "bullcrap" excuses, it doesn't sound like love to me. It sounds like you're taking their problems as a personal affront.
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omgosh this thread
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To be honest, I do like skinnier girls. I just like smaller girls in general. To me, the smaller--height and weight--the cuter. If I ever fell in love with a girl like that, so much as just a hug would feel like I could protect her...and I could carry her, and stuff like that. ^_^ ...Does that make me weird? I may be a lolicon, but I certainly hope not.
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Eh, everyone has diff preferences, but there are a lot of guys who prefer thick girls with bodies. Girls seem to envy girls that are thinner then they are.
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How would you be able to know that about everyone? You can't follow everyone like that around all day and be health monitor. You didn't actually say you hated them, but when you call them lazy "bastards" with mental weakness, "fat ass" & "bullcrap" excuses, it doesn't sound like love to me. It sounds like you're taking their problems as a personal affront.


You're obviously just a fool. The same can be said about you, you cant follow everyone like that around all day and be a health monitor. So how do you know that their bullcrap excuses are true? I've never seen someone eat healthy, exercise and still be a fat ass. I have however, seen obese kids and adults complaining about some medical problem while they chomp on a bag of doritos.
The only time I've seen a fat person exercising or at the gym is when they are in the process of 'losing' weight. Admitting their mistakes towards health and trying to get better. I've never seen a fat person working out and saying "Oh, no I work out a lot this is my routine. I just have a metabolic disorder so thats why im fat." The only time I hear that crap about a disorder is like when I said above.

So you can go ahead and keep trying to make pointless arguments simply out of being a stubborn fool. However, reality doesn't really see things eye to eye with you. Just sayin'.

Anyway, my stating of true facts and calling someone a 'lazy bastard' when they are indeed a 'lazy bastard', a 'fat ass' when they are indeed a 'fat ass' or stating something as 'bullcrap' when it is indeed 'bullcrap', has absolutely nothing to do with me taking it as a 'personal affair'. If you thought that way, then if I called someone beautiful, smart, or any sort of compliment you could say the same thing. Fools like you never think that way though, you just go cry in a corner because someone said something 'mean'. Mean or nice, the truth is the truth. Stating the truth holds no meaning on my own personal feelings towards the affair. If I were to state a lie, then that would mean it was personal as I would be trying to bend the truth to my benefit. Kind of like what you are doing. You are taking my stating the truth as a personal affront and constantly attacking it. Why attack the truth?

I'm now done with you, I need say no more. You are indeed a fool. And taking out of my time to explain this to you is also not out of personal feelings towards this specific subject, but actually because I just dislike fools like yourself. I want you to have a chance to correct your foolish ways, you fool.
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The only thing I managed to read from that extensive post was "chomp on a bag of doritos "
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Posted 3/6/13
I don't like girls.

But I don't like guys who are too skinny > . <
Because it feels you are cuddling a skeleton T_T;
Posted 3/6/13
I thought we gals were all done with worry about what guys like. Maybe thats just me cause I'm old.
Anyway, my personal experience says guys like skinny girls. take me..I'm 5'6'' and I use to weigh 105. I had more male attention than i knew what to do with. Now..still 5'6" and 155, and my date book is not as full.
My co worker told me that if I lost a few lbs. I would be a knock out. I said I am a knock out and would you like me to knock you out!

Posted 3/6/13

Chronomana wrote:


PhyongHwa wrote:


Chronomana wrote:


PhyongHwa wrote:


metalsmith wrote:


HikariHaru wrote:

Honestly ii dont think it should matter..personality is more important ^__^


Appearance is a good indication of personality. Looking 'healthy' is a good sign that the person is somewhat driven to take care of themselves, is probably not horribly depressed.

This is important for many people. I would like to find a companion, not emotional baggage.


Tell that to people with metabolic disorders & chemical imbalances. There still aren't any cures for some of them. Don't judge a book by its cover.


Oh please put the load of crap somewhere else. For every legit 'blah blah imbalance' excuse, there are about 1000 people that are either lazy bastards, cant control their appetite out of their own mental weakness, that dont take care of themselves, or dont realise McDonald's is bad for you.



So how do you know which one is which, or are you going to err on the side of hating everyone? Sounds like some emotional baggage......
I've never seen someone eat health, exercise, and still be a fat ass. Just sayin'.


I agree with this dude. ^
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