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    This will sound silly but Im just curious how many guys actually like really slim girls with small (A) breasts? Im going to say a 2D shape because thats how I look lol, I have curves (as in lower back curves in and bum sticks out) thats why I don't understand why curvy means a larger build to other people.:confused:
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    Dodecahedron. That's the best shape.
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    I love slim girls. Natalie Portman/Jessica Alba size is absolutely perfect.
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    Dodecahedron. That's the best shape.
    I agree lol
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    Dodecahedron. That's the best shape.
    Hexagon you fool!
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    Oh and i prefer petite girls (slim + small boobs), but i can honestly say theres probably enough guys that whatever you look like, one of them is going to like your shape. Though, this obviously doesn't apply to Anne Widecombe, the troll.
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    Don't really matter long as the girl has a good personality.
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    Curves are a sign of healthiness. Mans' instinks tell him that a woman who has curves will have healthy children, well known fact.
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    All women have curves though
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    All women have curves though
    Very true.
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    Curves means boobs and hips of similar width when looking face on and a smaller waist.
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    Don't really matter long as the girl has a good personality.
    Yup....
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    (Original post by *Sparkle*)
    Curves means boobs and hips of similar width when looking face on and a smaller waist.
    All women have boobs, and all slim women have hips wider than their waists.

    You're talking about exaggerated curves.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    All women have curves though
    A stick is more of just a straight line, the curves must be obvious and predominate.
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    I know a few guys who prefer small A cup breasts, which is a relief for me! (My BF and a male friend).
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    What's the point in saing all women have curves? It's self evident. But the word curves is used in an obvious and different sense when referring to a womans figure.
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    (Original post by squigaletta)
    What's the point in saing all women have curves? It's self evident. But the word curves is used in an obvious and different sense when referring to a womans figure.
    I find that when most people say a woman doesn't have curves, they actually mean she just doesn't have giant tits.
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    (Original post by Guffy)
    I find that when most people say a woman doesn't have curves, they actually mean she just doesn't have giant tits.
    Or shes not fat
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    Really? I find that people refer to small breasted woman as curvey if they have an hour glass figure. Wide shoulders can compensate for small breats, nipped in waist, and significantly wider hips. I have never heard of soe-one being reffered to as curvey solely because they have large breasts, or some-one reffered to as uncurvey because they are flat chested.
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    This is true, 'curvy' is often just used instead of 'overweight'.
 
 
 
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