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What do you hate about your body?

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    Everyone has gripes with their own physique.

    Personally I hate the fact that all the fat I gain seems to cover my upper body - chest, abs and obliques. It would be better if it was more even, or some went to less obvious places like my quads or back.

    I also hate how stubborn my lats are.
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    That it's slim and not skinny. I know that many people don't find skinny attractive but it's personal preference and I do.

    edit:negs for having a preference for a particular body type. Why is it that wanting to be curvy is seen as positive?!
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    Pretty much everything nowadays.
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    My sweeeet hairline.
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    The truth?
    I hate mine? The fact that I've spent the last 4 years trying to put on a kilo p***** me off.
    Then I've got pale minging skin.
    When you combine the two, I just look like a long skinny bone bag.
    Did I mention that my skinny face brings out my nose, and my chin.
    and blahhh
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    My waist. I absolutely detest my waist. I'm cursed with dents - not curves! My measurements are 36-30.5-36.5 on a good day
    I absolutely hate this because between October and December I lost 2" from my bust and hips, yet nothing from my waist! I've had a 30" waist since August! I've tried literally 10 different exercises and nothing has worked. Now I've resorted to good old fashion running (specifically c25k) to tried and finally lose the last few inches once and for all :mad:
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    My skin, my skeleton, one of my legs
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    There's no point me mentioning the things I hate because most of them are things I can deal with such as weight issues. The other things I hate, that I can't do anything about are the size of my forehead, my crimson chin and the gap in my front teeth.
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    narrow shoulders wide hips ;__;
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    Being ridiculously hairy everywhere.
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    Not much anymore. The fact it's impossible to get shirts that fit my shoulders? :confused:
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    Nothing. Not that I've got a ripped bod or anything, just that I quite like being me.
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    (Original post by Dark Horse)
    Everyone has gripes with their own physique.

    Personally I hate the fact that all the fat I gain seems to cover my upper body - chest, abs and obliques. It would be better if it was more even, or some went to less obvious places like my quads or back.

    I also hate how stubborn my lats are.
    That it cannot be appreciated by the opposite sex unless they get really close to me.
    It's getting quite hot here, ain't it? :cool:
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    I'm more annoyed with my body's limitations than it's physique. I don't like that it won't run as fast and as long as I want it to! And I hate that an old ankle fracture still bothers me so badly!
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    I forgot to say lack of flexibility.
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    (Original post by + polarity -)
    My skin, my skeleton, one of my legs
    One of your legs? :mute:

    My odd nose and my teeth. But i've got to the acceptance stage, it's how I look, not much I can do about it. :dontknow:
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    (Original post by Dark Horse)
    I forgot to say lack of flexibility.
    Do some dance, you lazy b*.
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    (Original post by barkyface)
    I'm more annoyed with my body's limitations than it's physique. I don't like that it won't run as fast and as long as I want it to! And I hate that an old ankle fracture still bothers me so badly!
    Whatever the speed of your body, you will never run as fast as you want since you will always want to run faster (S+1) that whatever speed (S) you have.
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    Skinny. But I'm changing that.
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    My beautiful face. It gives girls heart attacks.

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