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    Quote Originally Posted by mrcockburn View Post
    What sucks is if you don't have the "protective" hip fat...but they still look fat due to wide-set hipbones. Last week, an acquaintance, an Asian male, commented that I should go on a diet because I have "fat hips".

    My BMI is 16.
    Probably cuz the majority of Asian women don't have hips like most women.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mrcockburn View Post
    What sucks is if you don't have the "protective" hip fat...but they still look fat due to wide-set hipbones. Last week, an acquaintance, an Asian male, commented that I should go on a diet because I have "fat hips".

    My BMI is 16.
    This story should've gone "Last week, an acquaintance, an Asian male, had scalding hot coffee thrown in his face after suggesting I go on a diet to lose my "fat hips".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stigmata View Post
    This story should've gone "Last week, an acquaintance, an Asian male, had scalding hot coffee thrown in his face after suggesting I go on a diet to lose my "fat hips".
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    Quote Originally Posted by mrcockburn View Post
    What sucks is if you don't have the "protective" hip fat...but they still look fat due to wide-set hipbones. Last week, an acquaintance, an Asian male, commented that I should go on a diet because I have "fat hips".

    My BMI is 16.
    But you're like 117, and 5'11. I think he was being sarcastic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by YWIR View Post
    But you're like 117, and 5'11. I think he was being sarcastic.
    He wasn't. He's done the same thing to his girlfriend, though he was carrying on about her "bingo wings" or smth.

    He certainly didn't get away without a smartass remark. I forgot what I said, but he was not happy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stigmata View Post
    This story should've gone "Last week, an acquaintance, an Asian male, had scalding hot coffee thrown in his face after suggesting I go on a diet to lose my "fat hips".
    +1....not to mention, if you are 117lb and 5'11, he has serious issues, since I'm pretty sure that already makes you underweight. since BMI of 16 is considered very underweight (though you might still be healthy).

    And tell his gf to dump him. Jeeeeeeez.
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    LOL, I generally love my butt (or do now, seeing as more than a few men have appreciated it). It's a good butt for a white girl. However, I am carrying too much weight right now. I'm trying to squeeze in more incidental excersize. I've put all the weight, because I just don't walk as much, and I walked every where, which is why I never worried so much before.
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    6'0", 137 lbs. I'm universally considered skinny, but my doctors have been telling me for years and years that I'm, "disgustingly healthy" (their words, not mine)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Randomnity View Post
    +1....not to mention, if you are 117lb and 5'11, he has serious issues, since I'm pretty sure that already makes you underweight. since BMI of 16 is considered very underweight (though you might still be healthy).

    And tell his gf to dump him. Jeeeeeeez.
    It's annoying, because even though I'm technically "underweight", I've got very obvious hips (36"). I don't think even surgeries can make my hips smaller. I've looked. lol
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    ^ Talk to me about obvious hips, when you're 39" to 40"

    36" inches is average at best, if not a tiny bit smaller.

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