Discussion in 'FA/FFA forum' started by mergirl, Mar 14, 2009.
Her green complexion was a bit much for me. Now if we’re talking Gwyneth Paltrow from Shallow Hal...
When your ears perk up at the sound of "Plus size women and curvy women' being announced on TV, and you think "Thats much too thin".
When you confuse the heck out of a BHM who has been struggling with body issues his whole life by telling him he doesn't seem that big to you. And watching incredulity fade in favor of a wide smile on his handsome face...
Yeah! I was just thinking about that!
Waiting for that to happen to me one of these days. I hope I'm not old and decrepit by then.
When your other half gets sad/upset because his pants no longer fit before an event. And you call in sick to the event, Amazon Prime a pair of pants the next size up, and spend the night showing him just how sexy his new body is instead.
Instead of going to my bank in town. I travel 15 miles out of my way because all the lovely ladies behind the counter are size 22 and up.
When you discover that your BHM partner ate the entire week’s meal prep you did for the both of you after a tipsy night out with friends. And you aren’t remotely annoyed, but ARE extremely turned on.
Oh man is this the truth!!
Daaaaaamn, boy got an appetite, I approve!
You know that you're an FA, when your ears prick up at the mere mention of the word "fat".
I should clarify that these were just lunches, not all three meals...but still.
Who would eat 30 bagged lunches lol
You know you're an FA when your partner shaves his beard and you have to carefully choose tactful words to compliment his shaven look, rather than exclaiming with delight, "Ooh, your double chin has really grown!"
That movie came out long before I “came out” and I recall being so torn. I was so naturally attracted to the bigger version of her character and simultaneously embarrassed that I was. What a great age for me! So glad the FA in me won out over the other side!
Wow I felt the same way...so many times movies having characters gain weight or I’d be more attracted to the heavy characters and too afraid to say anything
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