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Can you date a muscular woman or a women that can kick your ass?
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Posted 5/21/16 , edited 5/21/16
I don't date, but I don't mind being accompanied by Wonder Woman or a woman with lots of strength.
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No because it probably means they are a super active person that always wants to be doing something constructive with their time. I like to spend free time relaxing and doing nothing constructive. So personality difference, not saying it couldn't work out but don't care to find out.

Let me add one thing, now if we are talking bodybuilder types where they start to lose their feminine shape to the muscles they are building then it would be a no because I don't find that look attractive and what is the point in dating someone you aren't attracted to?
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Rhetorically, yes. All the more strength to help myself and other people, especially considering bad backs run in my family. Man or woman; strength is a practical asset. Besides, it wouldn't be her fault that I suck more at fighting than her.

Bodybuilding types can be overdone, though, be it man or woman. I consider it annoying if someone is all muscle and shit agility, too.
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I have no problem dating a woman that can kick my ass. As far as muscular women come:

I don't mind this


I don't find this attractive, though.
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nah im not interested in women
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Yeah. I'd like someone who could keep me in place if I forget to make dinner.
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Posted 5/21/16

alfury wrote:

Yeah. I'd like someone who could keep me in place if I forget to make dinner. ;)


:Likewise:Though if there was someone else living with me,i would have more energy to make us so me dinner.=)
Posted 5/21/16

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alfury wrote:

Yeah. I'd like someone who could keep me in place if I forget to make dinner. ;)


:Likewise:Though if there was someone else living with me,i would have more energy to make us so me dinner.=)


Exactly, right?? And if she's fit, I'd probably work out more.
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alfury wrote:


Jan- wrote:


alfury wrote:

Yeah. I'd like someone who could keep me in place if I forget to make dinner. ;)


:Likewise:Though if there was someone else living with me,i would have more energy to make us so me dinner.=)


Exactly, right?? And if she's fit, I'd probably work out more.


I would too,but my loweer back is an mess. Sometimes i have to stop working out months on end to make it normal again.^^''
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Yep, there would be no fear and therefore greater trust in my opinion. Also I'd have fun with it. If she is built like Brock Lesner then no.
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Sure why not. I wouldn't mind.
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Jan- wrote:

I would too,but my loweer back is an mess. Sometimes i have to stop working out months on end to make it normal again.^^''


Mmmm, I think you should go see the physiotherapist...... It's not normal to work out and hurt yourself..... There must be something wrong with your technique that you need to correct.......... I'm sorry to hear that.
Posted 5/21/16
Personally not attracted to very muscular women, that aside I don't care as long as she doesn't try it.
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Sure I can too lol
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alfury wrote:
Mmmm, I think you should go see the physiotherapist...... It's not normal to work out and hurt yourself..... There must be something wrong with your technique that you need to correct.......... I'm sorry to hear that.


Well that would be ncie sure,but getting an meeting with one around here can take months.^^'' Besides the pain is there even though i don't work,walking is enough to trigger it sometimes or lifting something.
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