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Don't Want to be Skinny!

I just want to be healthy, and height/weight proportionate. Built like a real person with bust & hips the same, waist 8 inches smaller, not a starving scrawny waif. I think 38-30-38 is good for my height and bone structure.

Thu. Nov 1, 4:50pm

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I hear ya. I dieted until I got to the point where I was skinny and scrawny with sad, deflated boobs. Most guys didn't check me out anymore because most men do prefer a little bit of meat in certain places. The few that did find me attractive seemed to be the ones with major issues. I deliberately gained back ten pounds, hopefully some of it was muscle. I look like a woman again and am getting more male attention than ever.

Thursday, November 01, 2007, 6:18 PM

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Me too, I just want to look healthy. Never been thin. Not really sure I have the bone structure to be really thin. But I want to experience healthy. For the first time in my life.

Thursday, November 01, 2007, 10:11 PM

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My husband would be mad if I got skinny. Fit and curvy is a good goal.

Friday, November 02, 2007, 12:45 PM

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So would my husband. I want to be healthy looking. Not be overweight. My husband hates skinny girls. Good thing for me!!

Saturday, November 10, 2007, 11:26 PM

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OP here. I'm not being narrow minded. I have nothing against people who are naturally skinny. My point is that I am fat and I want to be fit. But I don't want to be skinny. Just height & weight proprotionate.

I bet your naturally skinny friends who would like to gain some weight would tell you that they definitely don't want to be fat! They just want to gain enough weight to look height & weight proprotionate....

Sunday, November 11, 2007, 9:32 AM

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