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Old 06-19-2012, 11:06 AM
 
Location: New Jersey
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Eh, I think tall thin girls are disgusting....
Yea, Heidi Klum and the like are just soooo gross! Right....more men watch the V.S. fashion show then women, but they must be tuning in to see how "gross" those women are.
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Old 06-19-2012, 11:11 AM
 
Location: New Jersey
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I disagree with you. I would date any woman who is in decent shape (not pencil thin) from 5'2"-6'0". Most have been under 5'5". In fact, all serious girlfriends and wife were under 5'5". I have no height preference. Although I would like to date a tall woman ONLY because I never really have. Certainly not a make or break for me. As for weight, I'm a little more liberal than what I've said here. Too thin isn't good because chances are she doesn't have a butt. I can work with curvy (depending on how you define it), athletic, average, or maybe thin.

OKay, if you say that's what you date, then I can't say otherwise. But I'm sorry, the ones saying they do not like these Victoria Secret types are flat out lying ....What I see guys saying is, so and so woman is fat, but IMO she's not and then they say these little skinny girls have "curves" and IMO they DON'T. Also another think I notice is they always say "athletic" which is basically another way of saying they like skinny women . It's always the first thing on the list; they never say "average" or some woman with "flat wide hips" until farther down the list, if at all.
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Old 06-19-2012, 11:16 AM
 
Location: Center of the universe
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I just feel like it's pretty obvious we already know by post 4 what body type the male wants: tall and thin. The end. Did we really need yet another thread about it? So IMO, it's just a way to slam those that don't fit the ideal....Also, that sounds very nice, I guess maybe b/c of A.S. & no physical contact, I don't really concentrate on these types of things. I don't know.
What males are these? Not all men want tall and thin. I think you've seen that by now.
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Old 06-19-2012, 11:18 AM
 
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OKay, if you say that's what you date, then I can't say otherwise. But I'm sorry, the ones saying they do not like these Victoria Secret types are flat out lying ....What I see guys saying is, so and so woman is fat, but IMO she's not and then they say these little skinny girls have "curves" and IMO they DON'T. Also another think I notice is they always say "athletic" which is basically another way of saying they like skinny women . It's always the first thing on the list; they never say "average" or some woman with "flat wide hips" until farther down the list, if at all.
You are way, way off.
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Old 06-19-2012, 11:22 AM
 
Location: Oakland, CA
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I think the only unifying trait is small defined waist.
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Old 06-19-2012, 11:38 AM
 
Location: Virginia Beach, VA
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Yea, Heidi Klum and the like are just soooo gross! Right....more men watch the V.S. fashion show then women, but they must be tuning in to see how "gross" those women are.
I dont really care what other men find attractive. You made a blanket statement, and I am just one example of a guy who doesnt fit your stereotypical assumption.

I cant sit through a minute of any of those model shows because I find them so hideously repulsive.

However, if they looked more like this

http://www.stud-center.com/wallpaper/danielle-fishel/51211.html

I might
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Old 06-19-2012, 11:39 AM
 
Location: Virginia
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I think the only unifying trait is small defined waist.
I will agree that a small waist would be ideal in the eyes of a lot of men but the problem is that when it comes to women there are so many different body types that it is not one size fits all. I have seen very thin women with very large breasts and that can cause back problems in the future, also I have seen women with very tiny waists but from the hips down they are huge. I have also seen women with large torsos and skinny arms and legs. That is why I like proportion for the most part. but for me a beautiful face can make other flaws less obvious. No matter what I think every woman can maximize the best of what she has and look great.
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Old 06-19-2012, 11:43 AM
 
Location: Virginia Beach, VA
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OKay, if you say that's what you date, then I can't say otherwise. But I'm sorry, the ones saying they do not like these Victoria Secret types are flat out lying ....What I see guys saying is, so and so woman is fat, but IMO she's not and then they say these little skinny girls have "curves" and IMO they DON'T. Also another think I notice is they always say "athletic" which is basically another way of saying they like skinny women . It's always the first thing on the list; they never say "average" or some woman with "flat wide hips" until farther down the list, if at all.

I think you are very jaded and bitter.

Check out the picture I posted of Danielle Fishel. I would be far more likely to approach someone of her build (she is also about 5'1 from what I can gather) than Heidi Klum, any day of the week.
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Old 06-19-2012, 11:45 AM
 
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I think you are very jaded and bitter.

Check out the picture I posted of Danielle Fishel. I would be far more likely to approach someone of her build (she is also about 5'1 from what I can gather) than Heidi Klum, any day of the week.
Agreed.
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Old 06-19-2012, 02:11 PM
 
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I think you are very jaded and bitter.

Check out the picture I posted of Danielle Fishel. I would be far more likely to approach someone of her build (she is also about 5'1 from what I can gather) than Heidi Klum, any day of the week.
Well, come on, who wouldn't want to date Topanga? But I do think you're being quite hyperbolic referring to any woman outside of your narrow preference range as "repulsive". Everyone has their preferences, but most have the capacity to at least appreciate why something outside of their preference might be considered desirable by others.
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