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    I get extremely irate in crowds, ques and congestion. Too many people in my face really boils my piss. I also get panic attacks when a TVR drives past.
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    (Original post by Kreme De Kreme)
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    Yeah, but I think most people know it's me tbh
    Same, even if the person is only a tiny bit smaller it gets to me as well.:lol:

    It's quite sad:lol:, but It's good to know that I am not the only one who feels like this.:five:
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    It's just that username that got me all like :holmes:
    And you might have fan clubs so... impersonation can get high :lol:

    :five: Noone must must be taller than meh :dumbells:
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    I sometimes feel a bit insecure about my weight. It doesn't affect me as much as it does with some other people but every now and again the insecurity will flare up and make me feel like crap.
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    (Original post by LeyK)
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    It's just that username that got me all like :holmes:
    And you might have fan clubs so... impersonation can get high :lol:
    :five: Noone must must be taller than meh :dumbells:
    How tall are you, out of curiosity?:mute:
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    Anything to do with my body tbh. Arms and stomach especially argh
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    (Original post by ImagineCats)
    Anything to do with my body tbh. Arms and stomach especially argh
    Is it normal for women to feel insecure about their arms? They don't really become flabby unless you're like, XXL. No?
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    (Original post by Leftee)
    Is it normal for women to feel insecure about their arms? They don't really become flabby unless you're like, XXL. No?
    Aha I'm not exactly an XXL but I'm 6' and a size 14, so I'm generally just a large person. They're not the flabbiest arms I've seen but I'm not comfy with them or happy to show them off. I've been weightlifting for about 4 months now and seeing a nice change woooo

    Yeah I'd say it's common. Any insecurity to do with their bodies is probably common. Stretch marks are common and I used to be conscious but I've sort of learned to love how unique they make me and theyre SO soft
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    (Original post by ImagineCats)
    Aha I'm not exactly an XXL but I'm 6' and a size 14, so I'm generally just a large person. They're not the flabbiest arms I've seen but I'm not comfy with them or happy to show them off. I've been weightlifting for about 4 months now and seeing a nice change woooo

    Yeah I'd say it's common. Any insecurity to do with their bodies is probably common. Stretch marks are common and I used to be conscious but I've sort of learned to love how unique they make me and theyre SO soft
    Props to you for working out.
    I have stretch marks too.. they really are so soft!
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    My weight/body. I'm not overweight but I always feel 'fat'. There are so many thing it'd be impossible to list em all.
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    (Original post by Leftee)
    Props to you for working out.
    I have stretch marks too.. they really are so soft!
    Thank you! Sometimes I forget everyone can get stretchmarks. Even though you have them, would you be turned off by someone who has stretch marks? Always wondered this
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    (Original post by ImagineCats)
    Thank you! Sometimes I forget everyone can get stretchmarks. Even though you have them, would you be turned off by someone who has stretch marks? Always wondered this
    I think it depends on the severity. I know that sounds shallow but I would struggle to be physically attracted to someone that has those deep, purple scar-like ones.
    I have quite a few on my arms & bottom, but they've faded and blend in with my skin. Those types are fine and wouldn't effect the attraction I feel to a woman at all.
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    (Original post by Leftee)
    I think it depends on the severity. I know that sounds shallow but I would struggle to be physically attracted to someone that has those deep, purple scar-like ones.
    I have quite a few on my arms & bottom, but they've faded and blend in with my skin. Those types are fine and wouldn't effect the attraction I feel to a woman at all.
    Yeah mine are slightly faded/white and scaly. Not shallow- thanks for your honest opinion!
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    My voice. I have a husky voice and I always think I sound like a man, even though some people think it's 'sexy'
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    (Original post by XxSophie01xX)
    My voice. I have a husky voice and I always think I sound like a man, even though some people think it's 'sexy'
    Was going to say this.
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