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    Quote Originally Posted by Udog View Post
    The way you describe it, it seems like he wants you to show you can follow a common format of research papers. To help you focus on the format and technique, he doesn't want you to worry about actual research. So your topic, "Why Men Prefer Heavier Women" (or whatever), is perfectly suited for the job.

    To answer your question, I am attracted to fairly active women that respect their bodies. There are plenty of women that fit this but do not quite fit the contemporary definition of 'thin'.

    Also, I live in an area prone to getting hit by the occasional hurricane. I don't want a woman so thin that she would get blown away. Gas prices have become really expensive, and it would be costly to make the trip to bring her back.

    Yeah everyone has told me I am over complicating the paper he just wants a sample of your writing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by heart View Post
    Sounds like a great start on your thesis sentence there!
    Lol!

    geeze im giggly today

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    Something like "breast size doesn't matter to men when sizing up a woman despite what they say" would impress me. I believe it to be generally true as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flak View Post
    Something like "breast size doesn't matter to men when sizing up a woman despite what they say" would impress me. I believe it to be generally true as well.
    For a real relationship, I'd agree that there are other things that take precedence, but for a fleeting interaction or , I would put any money down that men who talk about it, care about it. You could measure it through physiological arousal; it wouldn't be too hard. (ha.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThatsWhatHeSaid View Post
    For a real relationship, I'd agree that there are other things that take precedence, but for a fleeting interaction or , I would put any money down that men who talk about it, care about it. You could measure it through physiological arousal; it wouldn't be too hard. (ha.)
    Yeah, I agree. I've known girls who are very attractive and have small boobs, but if they were big - they'd be unstoppable.

    for example



    attractive either way

    here she is again:



    The difference is from jaw dropping to drooling

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThatsWhatHeSaid View Post
    For a real relationship, I'd agree that there are other things that take precedence, but for a fleeting interaction or , I would put any money down that men who talk about it, care about it. You could measure it through physiological arousal; it wouldn't be too hard. (ha.)
    *snorts with laughter*


    As for "maybe there was more bounce to the ounce", a former boyfriend once told me, "The bone is for the dog; the meat is for the man."
    "The purpose of life is to be defeated by greater and greater things." - Rainer Maria Rilke

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    Quote Originally Posted by iwakar;311521a former boyfriend once told me, "The bone is for the dog; the [B
    meat[/B] is for the man."
    Some men like bones, some like meat. It all evens out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iwakar View Post
    As for "maybe there was more bounce to the ounce", a former boyfriend once told me, "The bone is for the dog; the meat is for the man."
    Really? What did he do with his women?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThatGirl View Post
    what?
    It's poetry. Men can be very, very tender in disclosing how they feel about these things. See:

    The maid for whom heartstrings are tugged
    Possesses three qualities, snug:
    1) A heart that is pure;
    2) A temper, demure; and
    3) An ample and matched pair of jugs.

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    Oh that brought a tear to my eye htb.

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