BEING A LITTLE OVERWEIGHT IS OK?!  

rm_sensualart2 42F
259 posts
4/24/2005 6:22 am

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BEING A LITTLE OVERWEIGHT IS OK?!

All I can say is thank you God! Me, like many of us is slighly over,not obese or fat but could stand to lose a few..I still make a nice appearance I think anyway but I m a BBW so like I have said here before,if u want a rail,I m not your gal so step off! Anway a recent study conducted by the medical association says it is healthier to b slighly over thatn under especially if u r in our 60's. In fact we biggies live longer! How about taht?! It is fine to exercise only 30 minutes a day which can b done by simply walking. What u think of that?!


smileguyqc 53M

4/24/2005 6:55 am

I think its good to be healthy and happy. I guess as with most things going to the extreme is going to hurt you. There's a happy medium for all of us. A beautiful, sensual, attractive woman or man is one who is happy with her or himself they way they are. No?


nightstogether 56M

4/24/2005 7:35 am

Let's get this straight. The review bases itself on historical trends as much as modern eating habits. There is the factor taken into consideration that, in past times, it was necessary for the human being to build up a stock of fat to see it through the lean times of the winter. This stock of fat would be used up over the winter months until the spring food sources were there once more. From that point of view, as with modern day animals, the extra weight is acceptable.

Now, some people are going to use this study to say that they are healthy whereas, in modern day terms, they could indeed do with losing that extra pound or ten. We no longer, in the Western world, have a need to build up this extra stock of fat to bring us through the winter. The food supply, for us at least, is so secure that we have no extra needs to feed in the colder months, unlike animals who need to forage for whatever they can get.

That isn't to say a few extra pounds is something to be ashamed of, but using this slightly bent study as an excuse is the wrong way to go about it. The proportion of overweight people in the USA is already too high - fastfood or not - and no amount of studies or (I'm big boned) excuses will get past that.

Having said that, and on the assumption that the most desirable blonde pictured at the head of this article is you, I don't think that you have much to worry about.

nightstogether
private-intellectual (.de)


playfulwithyou33 56F
961 posts
4/24/2005 8:28 am

You have a very pretty body. (and that's coming from a woman who is not into chicks)


rm_HoneyLikr 46M

4/24/2005 8:40 am

Well, I weightlift 4-5 days a week, I run 30-45 minutes every other day, and hike most weekends in the summer. I can run 10km in under 45 minutes. I weight 225 lbs, and although I am very muscular, it definitely ain't all muscle. I have a roll on my gut that discounts a 6 pack. The only thing I can do to get rid of it is diet down. I won't. I want to enjoy myself.

I think nearly all women are physically attractive when they take care of themselves, whether they are carrying extra weight or not. It's the overall shape that is physically attractive more than the size. Roundness isn't attractive in either sex.

If you are 10 or 20 pounds heavier (and some people can pull off more and still be very attractive) than your "ideal" weight, it's no big deal. If you are 10 pounds underweight, however, your body begins to look more like a stick. And any more, and you probably have an eating disorder.

I've read an article recently which says that obese men who perform aerobic excercise a half hour or more every day are 3 times less likely to suffer heart attacks when they get older than lean men who do no excercise.

But for men, here is something important:
EXERCISE + HEALTHY DIET = INCREASED BLOOD FLOW TO THE PENIS.
Men will enjoy sex more if they are healthy - forget about fat or thin.


queenoftheboys 53F

4/24/2005 8:53 am

I think it is about time they get real. Persoinal I cant weight what the charts say is "right" When I get down that far people say I look to unbalanced and I tend to get sick more. Sure I weigh a little to much now but I am warm and have something to sit on. When I hit the charts weights I wind up wearing long johns till May. Trust me Long johns do not make me feel sexy at all!


plumpseeker 61M
1 post
4/24/2005 10:36 am

Yeah, I find that skinny chicks are less 'in their bodies'. They seem less connected to feeling and sensuousness. Its like they are acting against their bodies by forcing a false slimness and so shutting out the ability to go with their physicalness especially in love making. There is also something warm and comforting to hold and embrace and not feel the bones come through!
Exercise is important for tone but we can do that in many ways as long as we are using our bodies.
PSEEKER


rm_kitkat95 46F
13 posts
4/24/2005 11:27 am

hey you go girl.....im a bbw and cant seem to find love and i think its has alot to do with my weight ...im glad some one finally understands me


medidor30 47M
1 post
4/24/2005 11:43 am

have a full figure is allways aplesure beter more than less still lookin good


Ecaffine 52F

4/24/2005 12:09 pm

I think it is,i`m pretty cubby myself but wouldn`t consider myself fat.I do like a little meat on my men as well...


mnfun952 102M

4/24/2005 12:43 pm

I think I agree that it's more than OK to be a 'little' over the 'goal weight' of 'those charts'. However, I think that recent study is a dangerous thing. People who are obese are now thinking to themselves - hey, that's cool - I'm just a little overweight and I can go ahead and live this lifestyle (of overeating, eating to cope, etc...) and I'll be fine, I'll live a lot longer than my thin neighbor. The fact is, being more than a 'little' overweight is dangerous. The study is saying that if you carry a little extra weight, you'll be able to do better if you happen to get sick (your body has stored 'energy' it can use to fight the illness, cancer, disease, whatever...).

It's far better to maintain a healthy lifestyle. If you are healthy and you happen to be curvy, a bbw, etc.. that's awesome! I, for one, appreciate and prefer curves. It's much better to be a little overweight, but active and healthy - than it is to be rail thin but leading a sedentary and unhealthy lifestyle.

Keepin' it fun,

MnFun

PS - Sensual... you look GREAT! Keep healthy, have adventures and I look forward to reading more from you.


rm_pleaser142 68M

4/28/2005 1:37 pm

You're luscious hon!


rm_fillup2469 76M

4/29/2005 1:27 pm

You look very good to me also.

The important thing is to lose weight slowly if you want to lose and to really exercise. I myself am trying to lose about 20 lbs. It is not easy and I love to eat all the things that are very fattening and not really all that good for you.

However, I would recommend to you that you do these two things, as I myself am doing. Firstly, if you like red meat a lot (no not pink meat darling) try to switch to fish and white meats. Secondly, drink only 1% or no fat milk with your cereal, (I prefer total and it is only about 150 calories with milk and no sugar) or with your coffee or tea. Actually, I lied to you because there are three (at least I didn't tell you I wouldn't cum in your mouth). And that is, that you must exercise at least 3 or 4 days of the week. If you do this you will feel a lot better and before you know it you will see the changes that you desire. Good luck darling and if you need a workout partner let me know.


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