# Your definition of a chunky girl?

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1. ### gilwoodSenior member

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My back-of-the-envelope calculation using your formula reveals that, by your standards, the chick you're seeing should be at 110, not 115. Congrats - you're, shallow, dating a chick you consider to be below your own standards, AND you suck at math!

It's quite simple if you pay attention, my failing student. For instance, if a girl is 5'4", then the chunkiness threshold is 116 lbs. So if she is 120 lbs, then she would be considered too chunky, unless she has a D cup (subtract 6 lbs), then her sex appeal went up and she's within the chunkiness threshold.

The chick I'm seeing is certainly thin enough within the threshold. If you consider her huge, pert knockers, then she has the body of a girl that weighs 109 lbs with an A cup. A D cup subtraction would be 6 pounds, not 5. Wow, you're bad at math & logic.

Notice how people that accuse other people of things are usually the ones that are the worst at that particular subject?

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It's real simple: a gut bigger than the titties is always a skip. Beyond that simple rule, it will vary from dude to dude.

That makes me want to vomit. I can barely stand to be with a girl that's 10 lbs over weight. You're talking like 40 lbs overweight. Gross!

Indeed, some men have a high tolerance for blubber. By all means, entertain all the fatties while I snatch up the skinny ones.

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Haha! I can't take all the credit. I mean, the OP is the one who threw the grapefruit-sized pitch right in my wheelhouse. I simply took the swing.

From 5'0" at 100 lbs, add 4 lbs for every inch of height. Subtract 2 additional lbs for every cup size above A. Anything above that weight is chunky.

It's quite simple if you pay attention, my failing student. For instance, if a girl is 5'4", then the chunkiness threshold is 116 lbs. So if she is 120 lbs, then she would be considered too chunky, unless she has a D cup (subtract 6 lbs), then her sex appeal went up and she's within the chunkiness threshold.

The chick I'm seeing is certainly thin enough within the threshold. If you consider her huge, pert knockers, then she has the body of a girl that weighs 109 lbs with an A cup. A D cup subtraction would be 6 pounds, not 5. Wow, you're bad at math & logic.

Notice how people that accuse other people of things are usually the ones that are the worst at that particular subject?

The first quote is drawn verbatim from your OP. The second quote may be what you meant, but it certainly isn't what you said.

Following the directions from your OP without any deviation leads to the following:

"Add 4 lbs for every inch of height (over 5')." In this case we're talking about a girl who is four inches over 5', so we add 16 pounds (4*4=16).
We're now up to 116.
"Subtract 2 additional lbs for every cup size above A." You said she's a D cup, which is three sizes above A, so we subtract six pounds (3*2=6)
We're now down to 110.
"Anything above that weight is chunky."
The girl you're seeing is 115 at 5'4" and a D cup, thus, if we follow your directions exactly, she would be considered chunky.

Q.E.D.

I'm also going to reiterate how retarded this concept is in the first place.

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It's quite simple if you pay attention, my failing student. For instance, if a girl is 5'4", then the chunkiness threshold is 116 lbs. So if she is 120 lbs, then she would be considered too chunky, unless she has a D cup (subtract 6 lbs), then her sex appeal went up and she's within the chunkiness threshold. The chick I'm seeing is certainly thin enough within the threshold. If you consider her huge, pert knockers, then she has the body of a girl that weighs 109 lbs with an A cup. A D cup subtraction would be 6 pounds, not 5. Wow, you're bad at math & logic. Notice how people that accuse other people of things are usually the ones that are the worst at that particular subject?
This is so much fail, I can't even summon a facepalm... MrG has it correctly, you're just inept at explaining your assbackward "logic". You should have either said, add 2lbs for every cup size to determine the threshold (and if the girls weight falls within the calculated threshold), or subtract 2lbs for every cup size from her ACTUAL weight and then from that number determine if her weight falls within the calculated threshold. You did neither, therefore you are fail at math and logic.

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How many pounds do you add or subtract for sharp elbows or knees?

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Are we adding or subtracting pounds if the girl in question is rocking a blue-collar job?

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i dont mind a bit of extra meat on the bone, as long as its all in proportion. as previously pointed out; consult, then follow your cock on the matter.

8. ### gilwoodSenior member

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You should have either said, add 2lbs for every cup size to determine the threshold (and if the girls weight falls within the calculated threshold), or subtract 2lbs for every cup size from her ACTUAL weight and then from that number determine if her weight falls within the calculated threshold. You did neither, therefore you are fail at math and logic.

Ok, that sounds better. Either way, the threshold remains the same distance from said girl.

Mr G still fails because he calculated 115 - 6 = 110.

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Ok, that sounds better. Either way, the threshold remains the same distance from said girl.

Mr G still fails because he calculated 115 - 6 = 110.

OK. I'm starting to think my criticism of you is unfair. You are apparently functionally illiterate, and it's really not right that I would be so hard on you in a place that requires reading comprehension for a fair fight. I said, by the "formula" you initially presented, the woman you're seeing should be 110 at 5'4". Aside from using it for comparison, her actual weight had nothing to do with my calculations. 115 - 6 was never a part of anything I presented.

To further drive home my point, my first post on the matter, copied verbatim:

A) This is about eight different kinds of retarded. Weight is not static across body types.

B) My back-of-the-envelope calculation using your formula reveals that, by your standards, the chick you're seeing should be at 110, not 115. Congrats - you're, shallow, dating a chick you consider to be below your own standards, AND you suck at math!

My second post on the matter, again copied verbatim:

The first quote is drawn verbatim from your OP. The second quote may be what you meant, but it certainly isn't what you said.

Following the directions from your OP without any deviation leads to the following:

"Add 4 lbs for every inch of height (over 5')." In this case we're talking about a girl who is four inches over 5', so we add 16 pounds (4*4=16).
We're now up to 116.
"Subtract 2 additional lbs for every cup size above A." You said she's a D cup, which is three sizes above A, so we subtract six pounds (3*2=6)
We're now down to 110.
"Anything above that weight is chunky."
The girl you're seeing is 115 at 5'4" and a D cup, thus, if we follow your directions exactly, she would be considered chunky.

Q.E.D.

I'm also going to reiterate how retarded this concept is in the first place.

Look, we all make a post or two we regret. It's really no big deal, and you should just move along. I mean, I will completely own you as many times as necessary, but it's getting a bit tedious, no?

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Ok, that sounds better. Either way, the threshold remains the same distance from said girl.

Mr G still fails because he calculated 115 - 6 = 110.

Damn. Are you serious?

The maths needs done be taught in the schools more gooder!

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Ok, that sounds better. Either way, the threshold remains the same distance from said girl.

Mr G still fails because he calculated 115 - 6 = 110.

I'm actually blown away at what a fuckin idiot you are. You always fail because your completely illiterate and you can't even understand your own formula.

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All this maths is makin' ma hed hurt.

I only need ask, "WWCD?". If Conne would even look twice, much less think about hitting it, it's too chunky for me.

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How many pounds do you add or subtract for sharp elbows or knees?

It depends on the angle of sharpness. All else being equal, a young lady with Shun-Sharp knees is certainly less-desirable than one with, say, Wusthof-sharp knees.

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I'm lost.
Are we adding or subtracting pounds if the girl in question is rocking a blue-collar job?

If she's doing any sort of welding or comes home with spare axle grease/motor-oil on her, I'd be inclined to forgive a little stoutness in the mid-section.

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Ok, that sounds better. Either way, the threshold remains the same distance from said girl.

Mr G still fails because he calculated 115 - 6 = 110.

Wow.

Metrostyles is right on the money on this one. Each woman is different.

16. ### gilwoodSenior member

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Look, we all make a post or two we regret. It's really no big deal, and you should just move along. I mean, I will completely own you as many times as necessary, but it's getting a bit tedious, no?

Wow, this forum is full of a bunch of dorks. Just by the fact that some people are saying "Fail" and "owned" reduces the maturity level to your average video game player. I think I more mature conversations while playing counter-strike. I can't believe I once took fashion advice from you people...

I'll be driving my new s2000 to pick up my hot & very thin girl tonight and going out for a lobster dinner. You guys enjoy "pwning" each other. I'll be at the s2ki general chat forum on my breaks from now on. Peace.

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I'll be driving my new s2000 to pick up my hot & very thin girl tonight and going out for a lobster dinner. You guys enjoy "pwning" each other. I'll be at the s2ki general chat forum on my breaks from now on. Peace.

Big timer, huh?

18. ### doublebWell-Known Member

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This thread is worthless without pics Where do we draw the line between chunky and chubby?

19. ### munchausenSenior member

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But if you leave, where will we find another shallow, narcissistic yuppie to post obnoxious topics?

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I'm actually blown away at what a fuckin idiot you are. You always fail because your completely illiterate and you can't even understand your own formula.

I'm pretty sure no one on this forum is illiterate. Do you even know what the definition of that word is?