Girls, I'm not going to complain about you wanting a guy taller than you, but...

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Well....This is a healthy thread...
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I'm 164cm 55kg and I have a big belly that I cant seem to get rid off
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(Original post by SuperiorPotato)
Bruh idk you but last time I measured it (about a week ago I think) It was 53kg and I'm 5'7
5’7 and 65 kgs
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do you work out??? also how much do you eat???? I'm just curious
I go on a run every week (didnt go this week so I'll go twice next week), I eat a fair amount i think idk I've always been like this tbh never been fat
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Ive literally no idea how much I weigh :lol:
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(Original post by Raymondsantos)
Nah, 53kg at 5'11, is really underweight. I am 5'11 and I weight 69kg. And I feel underweight.
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how???? what are your eating habits like????? are you an active person
I do at least 4 hours badminton a week plus PE and cycling to school.
I'm fairly skinny but I don't have any health problems as a result of that.
I eat full meals and don't skip them (except very rarely when I'm out of routine).
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(Original post by Rufus the red)
Yes.
I'm still 14 though so I'm going through the stretching phase right now.
Your BMI is 16.7 you are underweight.

A healthy BMI is 18 to 25 IIRC

Women who are BMI of 17 receive the most attention on dating sites though. but you are not a woman, so eat something!
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(Original post by LovelyMrFox)
Ive literally no idea how much I weigh :lol:
why not?

jump on the scales for the OP
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(Original post by ANM775)
Your BMI is 16.7 you are underweight.

A healthy BMI is 18 to 25 IIRC

Women who are BMI of 17 receive the most attention on dating sites though. but you are not a woman, so eat something!
Lol leave the poor guy alone, he might have a rlly fast metabolism and struggles to put on weight like me, dw Rufus the red I'm sure you'll find someone even if you are underweight
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and why is everyone stating their weight in kilograms?

whatever happened to stones?

did i miss a memo or something?
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(Original post by ANM775)
Your BMI is 16.7 you are underweight.

A healthy BMI is 18 to 25 IIRC

Women who are BMI of 17 receive the most attention on dating sites though. but you are not a woman, so eat something!
I'm seriously fine. I don't feel ill and no one (parents included) have been worried that I look thin.
I do not have an eating disorder and don't stop myself from eating if I feel like it.
I am not worried about myself and don't feel that I am not eating enough as I eat until I am full generally.
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(Original post by ANM775)
why not?

jump on the scales for the OP
Brings up too many bad memories.

Last I checked it was something like 106lbs. Technically Im underweight but meh, I feel fine.
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(Original post by LovelyMrFox)
Brings up too many bad memories.

Last I checked it was something like 106lbs. Technically Im underweight but meh, I feel fine.
Don't say that. The BMI police will get you.
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I think the double standard is that it's totally fine for a girl to reject a guy on the basis of his height (something he cannot change)

but if the guy rejects a girl on the basis that she is fat (aka unhealthy) then that is not ok and he is a shallow insensitive pr1ck for doing so
Fair point
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(Original post by Rufus the red)
Don't say that. The BMI police will get you.
I need to know her height first .. 🧐😈
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(Original post by ANM775)
and why is everyone starting their weight in kilograms?

whatever happened to stones?

did i miss a memo or something?
SI units only!
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I don't see anything wrong with a girl rejecting a guy based on his height (or a guy rejecting a girl based on her weight).

I do think there's a huge double standard, in that it's considered acceptable for women for reject men for their height, but it would be considered "body-shaming" and "shallow" for a man to reject a girl based on her body-shape eg weight.
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I'm 5'6 and weigh 44kg (7stone). Not great but it is what it is.
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(Original post by blackugo)
SI units only!
There was nothing wrong with stones imo.

When I was growing up everything regarding weight was referenced in stones.
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(Original post by ANM775)
I think the double standard is that it's totally fine for a girl to reject a guy on the basis of his height (something he cannot change)

but if the guy rejects a girl on the basis that she is fat (aka unhealthy) then that is not ok and he is a shallow insensitive pr1ck for doing so
Not a double standard.
Just too many playground whiners with entitled attitudes who would rather howl 'it's not fair' whenever they experience rejection than move on gracefully. :facepalm:
Guys and girls.
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