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post #91 of 103
I can't believe I just read this abortion of a thread. Back to the FFFFFFFFUUUUU thread for me.
post #92 of 103
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Body is overrated when talking about soccer players. Case in point, like at players like Ronaldinho, Tevez, and Ribery. I think it would be hard to find a women who would consider any of them attractive. If you put Beckhams body on a average person's face the whole of the person would only become average. It is only through the face, charisma, and clothing that make Beckham what he is.
true beckhams body does not look that good, face is the most important for attractiveness, body is necessary but not sufficient
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post #94 of 103
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Well here's one more thing:

Has anyone noticed that older women seem to like more muscular guys? For example, I'm a stockier guy (not fat, but I have more muscle. am stronger, and have a bit more body fat than most people my age), but a lot of the older women or my friends' moms seem to notice the fact that I lift/am more muscular than the college girls I know (it pisses me off lol).

Is it possible that as girls get older, they start to like guys with more muscle (and I mean real MUSCLE, not just really cut guys with no mass) than teenager girls? I'm not talking about bodybuilder muscle, but someone like Christian Bale or Matthew McConaughey that have a good amount of mass and relatively low body fat?
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Originally Posted by umadcuzimstylinonu View Post
Well here's one more thing: Has anyone noticed that older women seem to like more muscular guys? For example, I'm a stockier guy (not fat, but I have more muscle. am stronger, and have a bit more body fat than most people my age), but a lot of the older women or my friends' moms seem to notice the fact that I lift/am more muscular than the college girls I know (it pisses me off lol). Is it possible that as girls get older, they start to like guys with more muscle (and I mean real MUSCLE, not just really cut guys with no mass) than teenager girls? I'm not talking about bodybuilder muscle, but someone like Christian Bale or Matthew McConaughey that have a good amount of mass and relatively low body fat?
I don't know how old you are, but I do notice that with women 25 and older I get complements about my muscles. However, I never had a problem pulling chicks back in high school or college either. You are missing something though... it could be (most likely is) that "older" women (as if a 27 year old is old) are less self conscience, know more about what they want, are more assertive and are more confident. In DC, women tend to be the more assertive, professional type looking to just take care of their short-term needs. I feel so used here, I love it! PS: I haven't read the rest of this thread... given the rave reviews, I don't know if I should go back to the beginning.
post #96 of 103
99% of girls (yes aged 15-100) like the Christian Bale/Daniel Craig/Dean Cain (in his superman prime) look. It simple fact that not many boys/men are in that kind of shape. They're either skinny, fat lifters who think they have nice bodys (even though they jiggle when they run) or they've gone OTT on lifting and look a little gross. The college girls and teenage girls you talk of will therefore opt for someone who has a lower BF as compared to someone whos packing too many lbs. Not many girls care how much you squat or benchpress, its how you look (including your face). Also a lot of girls will disqualify themselves from guys who pack a reasonable ammount of muscle because they're intimidated. Those kind of guys seem very muchso out of reach to them. examples IMO:http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_hE0TRpE-p8...an_cain_03.jpg http://www.insidesocal.com/outinholl...,,,,bale14.jpg
post #97 of 103
The original stringy and ripped dude
post #98 of 103
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Originally Posted by umadcuzimstylinonu View Post
I'm not talking about bodybuilder muscle, but someone like Christian Bale or Matthew McConaughey that have a good amount of mass and relatively low body fat?

Dude, women still love those two, are you kidding? +Daniel Craig in bond.
post #99 of 103
As they go from the teens to maybe age 30, many women do seem to develop a preference for more muscle in men. Not the extreme muscularity many men incorrectly think they want, but more than Zac Ephron has, for example. It's probably related to innate preferences for older males, who seldom have the slim-athletic build, and males relatively larger than them, because of the weight the women themselves put on.
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wtf get back to teh misc. u mad dem dere swole ass 135lbers stylin on ur ass?

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post #101 of 103
Wow. If this is a 7 page topic here, I cannot imagine how many pages some topics on womens fashion boards must be regarding their figures.
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Naked next to each other
"Dealbreaker" my AZZ.

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Originally Posted by mensimageconsultant View Post
As they go from the teens to maybe age 30, many women do seem to develop a preference for more muscle in men. Not the extreme muscularity many men incorrectly think they want, but more than Zac Ephron has, for example. It's probably related to innate preferences for older males, who seldom have the slim-athletic build, and males relatively larger than them, because of the weight the women themselves put on.
getting older fat women is a good thing?
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