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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Are they? I have to admit, I don't have a clue how men's sizes work!
    Not gonna bother with reading all the posts so apologies if this point has been made:
    Men's sizes don't change much between shops, where as a size 8 in one shop will be like a size 10 in another.

    Also women's clothing these days is rarely designed for an hour glass figure.
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    (Original post by Jebedee)
    My partner is size 8 but 5'6. At your height I'd only be looking at 6 and below really.
    This folks is how you separate a boy from a man.


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    (Original post by lahmejacks)
    This folks is how you separate a boy from a man.


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    He's actually 28.
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    (Original post by there's too much love)
    Not gonna bother with reading all the posts so apologies if this point has been made:
    Men's sizes don't change much between shops, where as a size 8 in one shop will be like a size 10 in another.

    Also women's clothing these days is rarely designed for an hour glass figure.
    Fair enough, yes that would be much better! Oh, what sort of figure would you say it's designed for then?
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Fair enough, yes that would be much better! Oh, what sort of figure would you say it's designed for then?
    Women with no curves. I say this as my partner often finds clothes simply won't fit her because of her curves.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    He's actually 28.
    Yes, but with the attitude of a boy who clearly hasn't dealt with a real woman.


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    8 stone is tiny.
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    (Original post by lahmejacks)
    Yes, but with the attitude of a boy who clearly hasn't dealt with a real woman.


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    Ah you're one of those "only real women have rolls" types. In that case I'd rather be scorned than adorned by your type.
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    (Original post by Jebedee)
    Ah you're one of those "only real women have rolls" types. In that case I'd rather be scorned than adorned by your type.
    Not at all my friend but, if you're any kind of bloke who's not just seen porn and actually interacted with a woman, you'll know that we don't all have abs, thigh gaps and no cellulite or stretch marks.


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    (Original post by there's too much love)
    You're doing these posts not because of anything beyond you getting a kick out of trying to belittle others not for anything bigoted they're saying, but because you want to other them.

    You are vile.

    I hope you remove yourself from the internet.
    Thanks, if I am in the near future undecided on the intent of my words. I'll get in touch with you to decide for me again.

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    Not at all my friend but, if you're any kind of bloke who's not just seen porn and actually interacted with a woman, you'll know that we don't all have abs, thigh gaps and no cellulite or stretch marks.Posted from TSR Mobile
    So attractive women are only in porn now? I wonder where they get their inspiration from...
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    (Original post by there's too much love)
    Women with no curves. I say this as my partner often finds clothes simply won't fit her because of her curves.
    Yes, I suppose it sometimes is. I often find that when I buy tops I would fit a size 6 except that it looks too stretched across the bust.
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    Yes, but with the attitude of a boy who clearly hasn't dealt with a real woman.


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    Haha, yes, I understood what you meant. I was just pointing out that he's actually a lot older than you would think he is with the comments he makes. I thought with the way he was acting that he would be around 18 so I was surprised to find out that he was actually 28. He's obviously just really immature.
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    8 stone is tiny.
    Thank you!
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    (Original post by Jebedee)
    Ah you're one of those "only real women have rolls" types. In that case I'd rather be scorned than adorned by your type.
    For the millionth time, even if you are short, if you are size 8 you are not anywhere close to overweight and you are not going to have "rolls" of fat! My BMI is actually pretty close to underweight! And I'll say this one more time for the benefit of both you and Madeline since you both seem incapable of understanding it: I do not have rolls of fat, I do not have a muffin top, I do have a thigh gap, I do not have cellulite or stretch marks and I am not overweight but even if any of those things did apply to me or to anyone else there is no excuse for this kind of behaviour from you!
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    (Original post by Jebedee)
    Thanks, if I am in the near future undecided on the intent of my words. I'll get in touch with you to decide for me again.

    So attractive women are only in porn now? I wonder where they get their inspiration from...
    Sorry but you do not need to have an enormous thigh gap and abs in order to be remotely attractive! This is really getting ridiculous now!
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Are they? I have to admit, I don't have a clue how men's sizes work!
    Relative to other girls how big are you?

    I'm a large, about 5 foot 10 and stocky
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Sorry but you do not need to have an enormous thigh gap and abs in order to be remotely attractive! This is really getting ridiculous now!
    I don't remember saying that. Glad you're here to refresh my memory along with everyone else who is telling me what I am saying and/or what I mean by that.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Thank you!
    I'm the same height as you, albeit male, but 12.5 stone and about 16% body fat, so pretty fat as far as people that work-out are concerned. Yet people still say I look really fit in clothing.

    Granted you may not workout (dunno if you do or not and by that I mean lift weights, because if you are 10stone but mostly muscle you will look pretty small) and you're a girl (which naturally means more of your weight is fat than muscle relative to males), but at 8stone there is just no way you could be looked at and thought as of as unattractively fat. No way.

    If you want to start eating more though and not look bad for it then lift weights at the same time. It's such a life hack. Especially when your young since it makes your metabolism stupid high.
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    (Original post by there's too much love)
    You're doing these posts not because of anything beyond you getting a kick out of trying to belittle others not for anything bigoted they're saying, but because you want to other them.

    You are vile.

    I hope you remove yourself from the internet.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Get bigger? Really? So you think that I sound too small?
    yess.

    Meat on the bone is hot.
 
 
 
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