Tjw those were good stories....... do u have any more lol
that sucks. Unfortunately I don't have any stories. Wish I did though, would be kinda niceI remember dating a gal who sat down in one of those cheap plastic outdoor patio type chairs, when we went to a bar and grill, and a leg snapped on it. Of course, those things are so cheaply made - I don't think anyone really thought that much about it. She was all embarrassed, but people were more concerned that she was ok / didn't hurt herself, you know?
And I remember back in a summer school math class, in high-school, a girl sat on the top writing surface part of a desk that one of her friends was sitting in, and snapped the whole top off of the rest of the chair. (I helped her move the broken desk to the back of the classroom real quick, before the teacher came in.) She wasn't really that big, but a little on the thick/chunky side. They were cheaply made desks, really -- but I still overheard her friend whispering to her, "How much do you weigh??" Never heard her reply, though.
It would be amazing if one of the lovely bbws on this site tried to ride one of those powerwheel cars. There is a video on the clips4sale.com site of a bbw riding one but I don't think she puts her whole weight on it. It's low to the ground so there isn't any risk of getting injured and I'm sure somebody knows somebody that is getting rid of one. I would pay to see that.
Actually though, it was probably just some defective part with the car seat, or some metal that fatigued over time until it finally snapped. (You have to figure that in a high speed crash, there's a lot of force being instantly placed on a car seat, even if the person driving isn't very big.)
To me, that's one of the fun/sexy things about big girls though, if they're willing to have fun with it too. My ex-g/f Brandi was 5'9" and about 325lbs. and we used to get a kick out of seeing if various stuff was strong enough to support her weight or not.
I remember once, we stayed in a hotel that looked like it hadn't been remodeled since the 1970's.... We went in the bathroom and they had this ugly sink/countertop arrangement where some material was bolted to the wall on each side, with no legs or anything supporting it from underneath. Brandi was standing with her back to it, kind of leaning on it with her hands on the edge of it. Suddenly, she gets this devious look on her face and says, "Dare me to hop up here?" I just said, "Think it'll hold you?", and she says "Let's see!" and lifts her butt up onto the counter. The whole countertop made a loud creaking noise and bowed in the middle, under her. It held her though, legs dangling over the edge. She said "Wow! It's stronger than I thought it would be!" and hopped back down. That's when we noticed all the caulking along the top edges was cracked and the sink was now loose in the cut-out for the counter. Hehe....
Another cool thing was the time she tried riding her kid's PowerWheels Barbie jeep. (It was one of those ones designed for two kids to ride it side-by-side, so it actually had a somewhat decent weight-limit listed for it. I think 150lbs. or something?) Her kid quit playing with it and the battery wasn't holding a really good charge anymore, so she was going to trash it. She put it outside and one of the teenage neighbor boys dropped by, and decided to try riding it down her driveway when he found out it was getting thrown away. He was kind of surprised when he could drive it around just fine, even through her front yard. Brandi asked him how much he weighed, and he said he was around 175-180. After that, she said, "That jeep handled his weight just fine! Let's see if it can handle MY big butt! I want a turn too!"
She put the jeep at the top of the driveway and slowly lowered herself down on it. At first, it seemed like it was going to support her. It made a few popping sounds and was squatting down kind of low but she had most of her weight on it, except for her legs still on the ground, on each side of it. Then she lifted her legs and tried extending them out in front of her, over the hood of the vehicle. That's when we suddenly heard a loud crack and some suspension part must have snapped. She started laughing and said "Oh man! It *almost* held me too!"
(So our guess is, those things can probably hold almost 2x their weight limit, which is pretty impressive! Maybe some smaller BBW's can test that theory out sometime. Hehe.)
Hell no.I'm reading a lot of what the men like and want but not about their reaction to how the women who break things feel about it. What I mean is, if your lady isn't thrilled that she's breaking things and instead cries or is injured or humiliated--is that also part of what turns you on?
I'm genuinely curious.
Why do I have the feeling what we say is being completely disregarded in favor of already decided judgments towards others?Most people aren't turned on by humiliation and/or crying.
What is often a turnon for FAs is any sort of obvious manifestation of a person having gained weight or being big. That's why you see so many "outgrown clothes" sets on paysites. There was a thread on here started by a guy who got off on seeing women having trouble getting out of a car and there was a huge focus on the idea that FAs enjoy seeing people in difficulty or under stress when that's not it at all in most cases. The turnon is more about the idea that a person is so big they can't do things a skinny person can do. Again that's why you see so many threads started by FAs asking "What are you too fat for?" It's just about the divide between people's size and about highlighting the fat.
Another thing most FAs love is unashamed fatties. Like a fat woman wearing a bikini, a fat person eating a lot in public without shame, or even a fat person commenting on his or her size without being self deprecating. Like Kevin said, if somebody breaks a chair and enjoys the fact that they're so big, it's a turnon. If they don't enjoy it or they're upset, it's typically not hot any more than it's hot to have a fat person hate his or her body or not let a lover touch certain body parts.
Why do I have the feeling what we say is being completely disregarded in favor of already decided judgments towards others?