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    (Original post by Hummi_C)
    Society's views really, in the Victorian era big arses were considered extremely attractive with tiny waists, and there have been several other bodily fascinations! And I guess it's just down to the individual as to how big they like them, personally it doesn't faze me as I look for other things in a girl

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    We could ask the same thing about shoes. Women are obsessed with em. They got to have different pairs in a variety of colours for different occasions. Im a man, my worn out old trainers are suitable for funerals, weddings, mountain biking and everything in between.

    So what do I like about tits? I honestly dont know but looking at them makes my dig go hard and I like feeling them. Not bothered about size either. So long as they aint of either extreme. I always say size only matters when it comes to Engines, telescopes, guns and bell ends in which case bigger is usually better.
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    1. I will cite myself (2010).
    Their coolness. From an engineer's point of view, they're very simple yet incredibly versatile. Easily the best thing ever.
    2. I can't really answer, but I'll say yeah, just more stuff for activities isn't it

    3. Certainly

    4. I'd say my taste is skewed towards the larger (Fig. 1), but there is a point where they're just too much and I'm like ****in' ell get away, in cases like this I would take smaller over larger.

    Figure 1http://i.imgur.com/0ROUWxv.png


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