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    Yes, body is part of the package.
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    Hmm..i'd start hiding the cakes
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    I don't know what i'd do :/
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    Assuming I no longer found her sexually-attractive.
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    You should expect it being in a long term relationship people put on weight when there in a happy loving relationship
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    Unless they became obese, no.

    It takes ages to become obese anyway, so I'd try to stop the problem before it got to that stage.
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    (Original post by im so academic)
    I guarantee you virtually every man on this forum would say yes. :yep:
    So far it's only 28% :erm:

    You'll never get to Oxford with accuracy like that.
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    Only if she started getting fat and then refused to even try to do anything about it once confronted.
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    Guess I'm curvy then (but without the tits).
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    (Original post by Tba90)
    You should expect it being in a long term relationship people put on weight when there in a happy loving relationship
    :lolwut:

    You state as if that were a good thing.
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    More to love. :sexface:

    On a serious note, I wouldn't get rid of her because of that as it's shallow and darn right stupid (I know I know, generic? But meh, sue me). I echo the "hiding candy" movement, though.
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    (Original post by im so academic)
    :lolwut:

    You state as if that were a good thing.
    I'm not saying its good thing far from it when it can get too far.

    But you should expect a little weight gain during a relationship.
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    (Original post by im so academic)
    I guarantee you virtually every man on this forum would say yes. :yep:
    Depends if she got her boobs out for me
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    I would, not being funny but if im not getting fat, neither is she. I don't care if the female population of this site thinks its shallow, its my taste and a girl for me being than 14 is not okay.
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    (Original post by Jakeh)
    I would, not being funny but if im not getting fat, neither is she. I don't care if the female population of this site thinks its shallow, its my taste and a girl for me being than 14 is not okay.
    Well not more than 14? That's reasonable.

    It's not like you expect your girlfriend to be size 6 and getting rid of her if she goes up to an 8.
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    (Original post by joey11223)
    as you say TSR seems to have a tad of a warped sense of what classes someone as fat, size 12 or above by the looks of most threads. My girlfriend is size 14-16 and she's fine the way she is, if she did gain significant weight though I'd want to tactfully mention it. Mainly for health concerns, but of course if she became obese then yes she'd be physically unattractive to me and that would be a major problem, can't stand people who just eat and eat and become so damn fat.
    You mean we'll never be together!?!?
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    (Original post by angelbones)
    I'd say Christina Hendricks counts as curvy.

    http://www.anygirlfriday.com/wp-cont...king_Great.jpg :sogood:
    :facepalm:

    Why do the media keep heralding her as 'curvy'? She's a skinny woman with big tits ffs...
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    (Original post by Smilingsam)
    Why would you be someone you didnt really love in the first place call me old fashioned but if you love someone then you love them for who they are.

    So my answer is simply no.
    :clap2:, i would rep you mate but none left , COMPLETELY agree
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    (Original post by Quadratic)
    Depends if she gets loyalty discounts at maccy D's. That shiz can come in useful.
    Argh I've reached my rep limit :/
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    (Original post by im so academic)
    I guarantee you virtually every man on this forum would say yes. :yep:
    not me
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    (Original post by pooo)
    My mate posted this photo on my facebook after I said how i'd rather my GF put on weight/got fat than got super thin (nothing against thin girls, i'd love my GF any way, so long as she was happy). This women is confident, feels sexy and is happy (she's also a size 18 - I don't know anything about women sizes but tsr seems to operate on a strict 'anything above 10 is fat which seems extreme if this lady (who looks like a lot of the woman in my city) is a size 18) http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz...hotoshoot.html

    Loads of people commented on it and my best friend said (as a joke I hope): 'see that elizabeth, you better not ever get that fat' or something. And the photo also revealed how my other friend got his GF of 2 years a gym membership for gettinga bit tubby. I agree that if a guy puts effort in his body maybe his GF should to, but surely years of relationship do not rely on body size changing.

    My love for my GF would not change no matter how fat she got (unless of course it was seriously affecting her health/my ability to find her vag ), but how normal is this thought? Am I wrong? Would you dump your GF for getting as fat as that lady?
    Why did you add a link to a pic of a walrus?
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    Wow Im surprised I thought when teenage boys said curvy they meant anything above a size 12 haha

    They are pretty 'curvy'
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    Not into skinny girls. My last 2 girlfriends have been skinny. But i've chubbed them up.

    Now they is hawwt....

    Though when they realised how hawt they was.. they dumped my ass.
 
 
 
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