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For me what is on the indise is a whole lot more important that the outside.Good for you on watching what you eat and staritng to exercise Lose the weight for yourself and your health.Well, I never really thought I would write this blog. I decided to cool down and wait 24 hours before I blurted it all out here. So, for starters, I have had two of the most amazing men in my life and two wonderful long term relationships in my life; I count myself super grateful and blessed.Been doing the online dating thing for about 3 months now. I loved these men to pieces and they loved me back. ) “You’re sure are picky for a fat woman.” You bet your ass I am! I would MUCH rather be alone and lonely then with some dickhead and lonely. I know you big girls like the big one’s” Whoa, there stud.So I wanted to know if there are any women who would date or have a relationship with a chubby or overweight guy? Rwarky when I met my hubby he weighed 130 #s and wore a size 29 pants he was skinny, and what made it worse was he could eat anything and not gain an ounce.then 3 things happend He started dating me( I prefer men with a little meat on their bones) He got a new job where he wasn't as active He turned 30.After you create your account, you'll be able to customize options and access all our 15,000 new posts/day with fewer ads.
A man who is bigger but solid is prefered than a man who is all jiggley overweight.
I mean, I’ve seen pictures of him before, and I still believe under the extra pounds, a bae still exists.
Now will I date someone who’s a prime candidate for gastric bypass?
I thought I’d dealt with most of my body image issues before I started dating my current boyfriend. My boyfriend weighs over 300 pounds, and one of the things I appreciated right away is that he didn’t hesitate to call himself “fat.” Why would he? That alone was startling to me, having dated my share of men and women who were far from accepting of their bodies.
But during the three years we’ve been together, he’s taught me a lot about size, fatness and self-care. I’d like to say I’ve always shared this level of both candor and comfort with my curves, but that’s not true.