I've recently put on some weight, maybe like ten pounds (which puts my weight at like 130.) Most of this new weight seems to have turned into stomach fat.
My friend Khalil,saw me recently (we don't live very close to eachother so it was a longer visit) and really liked the extra pounds, he said it made me look softer,and my new belly (which is kinda rounded) was 'adoreable'.
So I was wondering do more guys think like my friend, or are they mostly in for skinny girls?
SicVaYne07 answered Saturday June 30 2007, 12:50 pm: k yes its very true a guy likes a girl in shape
but we dont want all skin and bones. you havent provided us with enough info. i mean if your 5'2 and 130lbs then no its not a good thing haha. Like the last person said, heigth, and ur whole body definately means something in determining this.
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killerface answered Saturday June 30 2007, 11:45 am: My exboyfriend said that all of his girlfriends are 'soft' rather than stick skinny. That not only does it gives you more to hold on to [good thing.. so he says] that it makes you look healthier and curves are good.
But, ofcourse, different guys have different tastes. :] [ killerface's advice column | Ask killerface A Question ]
2tammy2 answered Saturday June 30 2007, 10:25 am: if you weigh 130 lbs. then you dont have a belly you just look femenine, and who cares if other guys like it this guy your friend sounds like hes into it so try him out.
Anyway its personal preference so dont go starving yourself to lose 'your belly' if other guys dont like it who cares the right man will love you for who you are...
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