By jennythezebra - / Tuesday 3 June 2014 22:02 / United Kingdom - Thornton Heath
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She could laugh at herself, or better yet, comeback by saying, "Of course you'd know a few things about bending over." Yeah...I know a thing or two about comebacks. Damn cod.

*goes back into his corner

  sweetbliss3  |  37

24- i could be wrong and im not sticking up for anyone, but i think 13 meant, all girls are lovely, no matter what size they are, and waist used as a pun for waste. idk thats what i got out of it anyway lol.

  raphanne_fml  |  33

#42 I understood the puns, it's the "women with curves are better" that I'm talking about. I'm just tired of hearing people debate the morphology of women and men. You like thin people, good for you. You like heavier people, good for you. But I don't understand the need to put people down for their weight.

  blazingshot147  |  19

#46 well in all honesty I think men who shame chubby women and go for the skinny are dicks. I personally believe that either works, as long as they are healthy, and don't try to be super skinny because "that's what men want". Remember ladies (and back me up if you agree men), men don't want skinny or fat, we want healthy, being skinny/curvy/fat/or what ever men want, is just a bonus.

  SpamPam  |  18

#52 I think you and a lot of other commentators are missing the point. It isn't the priority of women to feel secure about the way men feel about them. So saying things like "well I like curvy girls, so don't worry" is missing the target. The point is that the offense comes from the fact that this man thinks OP really should give a damn about what he thinks of her. The whole point is that OP should feel free to resume her life without having men constantly giving unsolicited comments on her body, regardless of whether they are positive comments, or negative ones: they both are annoying and uncalled for, because it often makes women feel like they are only as good as their bodies and how men respond to them

  Leprekhaun  |  14

#52 it's not about "it's what men want", it's about instincts and everyone prefers something different but instinctually the skinnier girl (not to skinny) would be ideal because of genes, flexibility, and other factors that we do subconsciously (women do it too)... Can't change thousands of years of instincts easily. Only thing that has changed is lifestyles and availability of fatty foods that have made this obesity problem.

  RedPillSucks  |  31

Size G! Holy Mother of God!
Time for Breast reduction surgery.

FYI, curves really isn't just about having breasts.
It's about the ratio between the size of the waist, hips, and chest.
You could be fat and not have curves, just as you can be skinny and not have curves

  cre8tvlylicnsd  |  14

That's not "slim-shaming" that's "whore-shaming." Besides, that comeback had nothing to do with the woman's physique, and had everything to do with what she said. Sheeeeeeesh. Take a note from OP's book and try not to be so sensitive.

  SpamPam  |  18

Everyone is attracted to different body types. Most of it has to do with how genetically similar your possible mate it to you. Everyone just please stop arguing about what "the ideal female body type" is because it is ridiculous everyone has different tastes

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