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escapist

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Hey now, I may not be quite long legged enough to straddle a BHM's hips, but I'll sure as hell try! And have some fun in the process! :D
It's all about being flexible enough to do the splits, and agile enough to stay balanced. So I hear. My legs are loooong.

With my 60" hips and a 74" belly I think the answer is a little bit of both feats...and damn that's hot! :wubu:
 

fat hiker

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"If you've ever been used as dead weight for a truck that can't get traction."

How
about when you're encouraging the other fat boys on the bus to join you in the back, so the bus has enough traction to get up the icy hill? (Our city has folding or articulated buses that have problems in the snow if there's not enough weight in the far back section..... bus drivers regularly ask passengers to crowd to the back when they lose traction - but BHMs can take pre-emptive action!)
 

dwesterny

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When every time you step into an elevator and everyone's eyes instantly go to the "Maximum Capacity" sign.
 

dwesterny

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They need a second scale to weigh you.
Pretty much every doctor's office in the states has one of those thousand pound max scale in them these days! You just have to go to the special scale room when you max out the one in their office. Did this really happen to you? One foot on each scale?
 

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Pretty much every doctor's office in the states has one of those thousand pound max scale in them these days! You just have to go to the special scale room when you max out the one in their office. Did this really happen to you? One foot on each scale?
Twice now. ... i just changed doctors.
 

Xyantha Reborn

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Ic to find his more funny as my hubby is forced to wear a kilt to a friend's wedding
 

agouderia

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Indeed! Almost all BBWs look better in dresses/skirts than in pants - so why shouldn't BHMs???

The flow and drape of the material of a dress/skirt/kilt, the more varied options of fitting and fasting it at the most becoming point of the body just do more for the abundant body than those fussy pants with the complicated fit fo.

Actually it takes a big guy to pull off a robe well. I live near a Saudi overseas academy - and we see lots of men in the traditional white thawb (looks like the Arab cousin of a 19th century night dress) around here, many of them really massive and perfectly globular. They look fabulous in these robes, very majestic and imposing, but perfectly relaxed.
The skinny guys in contrast look like hospital patients or sheets hung out to dry - doesn't do anything for them.

So - SS/BHMs - rock the robes!
 

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Good topic! I've told some of my story here before, but here is is again in summary:
I was married in my 50s to a high school sweetheart after being widowed. She is of italian heritage, a great cook, and a bit of an unacknowledged FA. I am about 6'1", and weighed about 180lbs when we got married almost 5 years ago. I then had an athletic build that hadn't changed really since college. My wife encouraged me to enjoy her terrific cooking, which I did, and gained 15lbs or so in the first few months.

She continued to encourage me, often rubbing my belly and telling me that all the men in her family were big, and that she liked "a little extra" on her guy. I soon got up to 200lbs, and became conflicted about it when my doctor advised me to lose weight. I tried to lose some, found it very difficult, got frustrated, and ended up gaining a little more.

I guess I first started to accept "BHM" status (although I didn't know what that meant at the time) when we were shopping together a couple of years ago, and we came on a mannequin modeling men's briefs. I was looking at it when she whispered to me, "You know, fat men look better in boxers." (I then bought 3 pairs of boxers and we had a great night, BTW!)

Now I'm about 235 or so, and seem to be leveling off. As you might guess, I've got an entirely new wardrobe, having gone from a waist of 32" to almost 42", and a a suit size of 40L to about 46M. At 200, I was more barrel-chested. Now my belly has surpassed my chest (and I've developed small man boobs, which my wife seems to love) so I've accepted the fact that I'm a BHM, LOL!
 

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You know you're a BHM when...

You hear that Louis Vuitton has launched a new men's fragrance that must, must be meant for big guys like you...

After all, it's called:

L'Immensité

!!
 

agouderia

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I definitely need to look - or better smell - into that!

So far my favorite - both for statement as well as scent - was Platinum Égoiste by Chanel...
 

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I definitely need to look - or better smell - into that!

So far my favorite - both for statement as well as scent - was Platinum Égoiste by Chanel...
I tried that one on your recommendation in another thread and it smells great! Unfortunately it hates my skin and body chemistry and within 20 minutes or so my skin ate it all away and it did not last at all.
 
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