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post #76 of 103
Well most men do prefer one or the other. Shall I add a "cock" category in there just for you?
post #77 of 103
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Originally Posted by why View Post
'Tit man' and 'ass man'. I think stereotypical frat boys at least have a bit more class than that.

+1 . i never understood why guys (low class guys) say these things. every once in a while i overhear it. i make sure i take a good look at his face so as to not befriend him in the future by accident.
post #78 of 103
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Originally Posted by sho'nuff View Post
+1 . i never understood why guys (low class guys) say these things. every once in a while i overhear it. i make sure i take a good look at his face so as to not befriend him in the future by accident.

I hate accidentally befriending unreasonable looking people.
post #79 of 103
I have not read this whole thread but I think women have never really liked big muscle bound men over slender gut men.

The whole big muscular thing is about men, not women IMHO.
post #80 of 103
Isn't it all about waist to shoulders ratio for guys anyway?
post #81 of 103
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Originally Posted by Ahab View Post
I have not read this whole thread but I think women have never really liked big muscle bound men over slender gut men. The whole big muscular thing is about men, not women IMHO.
Like men, womens' tastes differ as to what body type they prefer. That was the point I was making before I was called a classless piece of shit for pointing out that I myself have a preference.
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\tIsn't it all about waist to shoulders ratio for guys anyway?
No, it's about waist to hip ratio And that's been proven. Men from all walks of life in all places prefer women with smaller waists than hips, even men living in the Amazon with little or no contact with Western society at all. It's not about class. I know tons of well educated highly successful businessmen who share my big, plump ass fetish.
post #82 of 103
I'm usually fairly PC, but I don't see what's offensive about admitting that one has a mild fetish over a certain body 'part' on a woman.

Is the opposite also true? I don't care much about tits at all. Is that equally offensive?

I also love a nice short haircut... is that kosher cause it's hair and not two fat filled sacks on the posterior or chest?
post #83 of 103
No there is nothing wrong with having physical preferences with the opposite sex. Don't let these dolts convince you there is.

This thread cracks me up. Men worrying about looking a certain way because that's what they are guessing women like, but having a preference for a certain body type on a woman makes you a classless frat boy?

Sounds like limp dicked faggotry to me. I came out of the feminist movement with my balls intact luckily.

Many men didn't obviously heh.
post #84 of 103
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Originally Posted by javyn View Post


No, it's about waist to hip ratio And that's been proven. Men from all walks of life in all places prefer women with smaller waists than hips, even men living in the Amazon with little or no contact with Western society at all.

It's not about class. I know tons of well educated highly successful businessmen who share my big, plump ass fetish.

I'm talking about female preference for males, it works the same way.

men look at h2w, women look at s2w.

I wouldn't be surprised if it was about the same as well.
post #85 of 103
Wow very interesting! I'm going to measure my shoulders tonight. And then probably do some presses....kidding
post #86 of 103
I do think that's the reason why women find Daniel Craig and some other peeps with similar bodie attractive. Wide shoulders + thin waist + lean and mean.
post #87 of 103
Sweet my shoulders are pretty wide. Well not really, but they aren't as small as the rest of me so good deal I guess.
post #88 of 103
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Originally Posted by db_ggmm View Post
I'm usually fairly PC, but I don't see what's offensive about admitting that one has a mild fetish over a certain body 'part' on a woman.

That's not even close to what I said.
post #89 of 103
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Originally Posted by why View Post
That's not even close to what I said.

What you actually said was less pertinent and made even less sense.
post #90 of 103
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Originally Posted by db_ggmm View Post
What you actually said was less pertinent and made even less sense.

What I said was less pertinent to a totally separate and original statement? Ummm...okay.
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