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I have a double chin even though I am not fat yet I think its a turn off for women. I can't get skinny because I am short (5'7) and not that strong either so I don't want to lose all my strength by going on diet and getting blown away by these winds.
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(Original post by joe goldberg)
I have a double chin even though I am not fat yet I think its a turn off for women. I can't get skinny because I am short (5'7) and not that strong either so I don't want to lose all my strength by going on diet and getting blown away by these winds.
The irony between your description of yourself and your choice of Jofra Archer as avatar is striking.

I'm sure you're not that bad.
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Just a sign of an unhealthy weight, nothing that personal.
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I blame my accommodation for this. I pay 150/pw and there is absolutely no benefits except that it is an ensuite, no cleaning team. Heck, there is no vacuum either, I have to steal it from the kitchen to use it in my room and no gym at all.
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(Original post by Reality Check)
The irony between your description of yourself and your choice of Jofra Archer as avatar is striking.

I'm sure you're not that bad.
LOL I have been kind to myself in this description. I probably look worse than this, with that being said I am taller than most of the women.
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