What do you consider "Nice curves" on a woman

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Hey guys, I've been thinking about this and I'd just like to express my opinion. My idea of a sexy curvy woman would be this -

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But I seem to see some women describing themselves as curvy when they look like this

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When really it's just an excuse for a lot of excess weight? Well I wouldn't say excuse, but you know what I mean. I just can't stand it when girls call themselves curvy when they are just plain fat?

What are other people's opinions on this?
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They technically are curvy, they are just fat as well as curvy.
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Holly Willoughby.

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Here we go again!
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The lady in the second picture in the OP is :sexface:
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Here we go again!
Oh no, another thread where guys post pictures of girls :ninja:
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(Original post by Glow in the dark)
Hey guys, I've been thinking about this and I'd just like to express my opinion.
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When really it's just an excuse for a lot of excess weight? Well I wouldn't say excuse, but you know what I mean. I just can't stand it when girls call themselves curvy when they are just plain fat?

What are other people's opinions on this?
arght this bugs me too
curvy means you have an hour glass figure
therefore you can be slim and be curvy
or you can be fat and be curvy
curvy does not equal fat
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(Original post by minniiee)
arght this bugs me too
curvy means you have an hour glass figure
therefore you can be slim and be curvy
or you can be fat and be curvy
curvy does not equal fat
I agree.

Does breast size affect this though?

Or is it down to hip:waist ratio?
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(Original post by minniiee)
arght this bugs me too
curvy means you have an hour glass figure
therefore you can be slim and be curvy
or you can be fat and be curvy
curvy does not equal fat
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(Original post by Glow in the dark)
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Is she actually famous for anything other than a sex tape?

(Not a bad sex tape, though )
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The 3rd chick in OP is fat, not curvy... Still would tho tbh.

Curvy is hourglass figure, a normal womanly figure.
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Is she actually famous for anything other than a sex tape?

(Not a bad sex tape, though )

Probably not, seems one of your typical media wh*rs.
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Holly Willoughby.

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This :sexface:
I'd rep you but it wont let me until I rep someone else
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So you're basically arguing over your personal definition of a word in relation to body-types.

Boring.
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(Original post by AJ2890)
I agree.

Does breast size affect this though?

Or is it down to hip:waist ratio?
both i think.. but im not sure


(Original post by Glow in the dark)
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what i meant is that curvy and fat are not the same thing
not every fat person is curvy
not every curvy person is fat
people of all sizes can be curvy
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So you're basically arguing over your personal definition of a word in relation to body-types.

Boring.
I'm not arguing I said I'm expressing my opinion and wanted to hear what other people had to say. Stop taking offense
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Here we go again...
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In & out, no rolls.

Can be size 8 or size 16 (tall & big boned).
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