- Jan 16, 2019
Yes!!! Just say you love our stomach instead of using the damn fat adjective. I’m on the smaller side of height weight proportional and even though I know I’m not fat, someone saying “thick” “jiggly” or any sort of adjective that hints at being large sets me off. I’ve tried having defenses up but if you’ve ever struggled with eating disorders that’s is a huge trigger. I was laying down for one show and someone said they loved my fat rolls. Wtf dude, you can see my hip bone when I lay down. Could have been a troll but still he had tokens.Just quick context: this model si definitely not fat in any sense. She is average and NORMAL looking in terms of weight and figure - she is neither skinny nor fat:
kjhbnvrfc: it is really pretty pussy
kjhbnvrfc: love your fat belly
kjhbnvrfc: it is so sexy
Even if it WAS a bit fat or big, it's not the type of thing you say, even if you do say it as a compliment... wtf
It's for reasons like this so many women are uncomfortable with their bodies. I honestly do dislike guys like this.