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    Ok so I need to write an essay paper and I have decided that my thesis would be that guys find heavier women more attractive than skinny women.


    Any opinions for me?

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    This doesn't seem like it be an easy thing to prove.
    In no likes experiment.

    that is all

    i dunno what else to say so

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    apparently the teacher wants:

    1) an opinion based paper
    2) for this NOT to be a research paper, I went through 20 different thesis that I had to throw out because they were not debatable or if you dug deep enough I dont know I guess they made sense

    I think he wants us to write from our perspective but I HATE doing that. I am not a writer of my own opinion usually.

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    If it's not a research paper, then it might be slightly easier. I'm still interested if you can pull it off and convince him.

    though I research paper might be easier, as you could probably find enough reputable sources that agree with your thesis.
    In no likes experiment.

    that is all

    i dunno what else to say so

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    I agree....this teacher will be hard for me because he requires specific writing.

    He actually wants you to map the thought process for your thesis the way he told you to and turn it in. It is rediculous he wants you to map his thought process....I dont get it

    Here is what I have so far for my subs

    1) people are attracted to health and overly skinny people dont promote strength or health.
    2) men like to feel difference between womens bodies and their own with curvieness being attractive compared to the mens more angular lines.
    3) People are attracted to people who promote healthy offspring and heavier women have a mother aura about them

    Thats all I got anyone else have something better


    I'm going to fail this class arent I. I should drop and try to get in with a different teacher who doesnt care about how you get there as long as a reasonable paper is handed in

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    I find "heavier" women attractive. Not obese ones, but curvy. I'd rather a girl be curvy even if she's a little chubby than be all skin and bones stick figure or waif type.

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    Also, overly skinny may suggest an inability to obtain / prepare food.

    This type of paper would sound like alot of fun. You get to exercise your BS muscles!

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    Healthy is attractive. Anorexic is not healthy. QED
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    This is purely an aesthetic question. It is not a matter of debate. It is not a matter of opinion or even a matter of research. It is simply a matter of taste.

    And as all comparisons are odious, it would be in bad taste to compare any two people, never mind any two women.

    And why use such a pejorative word as, "heavy". Why not fly with voluptuous?

    Why not start with an ode - speak as your glorious voluptuous self - toy with, play with, him.

    Lead us into the pleasures and delights of a voluptuary.

    Of course, fate will intervene, as it does, and you will lose him - and he will lose you - but it is only then he realises what he has lost. And he will move heaven and earth to get you back.

    And you will fall voluptuously into his arms.

    Triumphantly voluptuous - an incomparable woman.

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    what?

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