VoiceofReason answered Thursday May 19 2011, 2:47 am: Some girls have a thing about that. It's just like certain guys like certain types of female or male bodies so do some women focus on certain male or female bits. Some women actually like guys who have beer guts, perhaps because their dad did and they had a really good relationship with him, for example.
itdependsonyoux3 answered Wednesday May 18 2011, 8:15 pm: well, lets put it this way: i like arms. i dont know why.. but arms, like upper arms, are just something i love. its kind of like a fetish, i guess. but really.. its just what youre attracted to.
i know one of my best friends loves backs. like boy's backs and everything. my other friend loves ears and she'll play with guys' ears.. yes, a little odd, but you like what you like, yuh know ?
so your girlfriend just likes bellies, and she might even be fascinated by them haha. but she also might feel insecure about her own stomach [if you were to try to figure this out in a pyschological aspect] .. like me ? i dont liek my arms, but i love guy's arms. my friend has big ears, hates her ears, but likes the opposite sex's ears.
although this may not be why she likes your belly so much, they are possibilities. the more likely one would be that she just likes stomachs. however, if you really wanna know, you'll have to ask her yourself. maybe when shes doing it, just be like, "haha, why do you like my belly so much babe? :]" something like that..
good luck ! hope i helped and if you need anything else, feel free to inbox me. xxo. [ itdependsonyoux3's advice column | Ask itdependsonyoux3 A Question ]
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