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    Quote Originally Posted by cafe View Post
    We were doing an observation at my house recently and it turns out that those of us with more fat are not necessarily more squishy than those of us with less. Younger daughter has the squishiest belly and she is pretty thin (barely five feet tall and around 90lbs) and has no visible fat on her belly. The pater familias, who is obese, is very firm. Older daughter is on the heavier side of normal and has some belly fat which is also firm. That's how we got started on checking out everybody's fat for squish levels: somebody at school noticed she had an unusually firm belly. I have belly fat, though I'm not overweight and mine is not the squishiest, but still pretty squishy.

    You can't always tell who is squishy by looking at them. Sometimes you have to poke them and see.
    yeah, this has to do with visceral fat vs. subcutaneous fat. subcutaneous fat is squishy cuz it's just under your skin. visceral fat surrounds your organs and results in a firmer feel from the outside.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nicolita View Post
    yeah, this has to do with visceral fat vs. subcutaneous fat. subcutaneous fat is squishy cuz it's just under your skin. visceral fat surrounds your organs and results in a firmer feel from the outside.
    This probably bodes very badly, I'm guessing.
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    i like that this is posted in the fluff zone
    Don't know how much it'll bend til it breaks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cafe View Post
    This probably bodes very badly, I'm guessing.
    http://www.drhirani.com/diabetes/dif...cutaneous-fat/

    (sorry for taking this sweet thread about cuddles down a biological path, purps. hope you get you a perfectly squishy cuddle buddy )
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    Let me be perfectly frank with you. I am going to make a judgement. I know it is politically incorrect to be judgemental, but I'm going to tell you if you promise not to tell anyone else.

    I judge on how well you hold hands and how well you cuddle.

    I think it is very hard to fake holding hands and harder to fake cuddling.

    I have noticed in the movies lately that when two people are cuddling, and they start to feel uncomfortable, they say, "Starting to feel weird".

    So take a tip from me and seek those who are able to fall deeper and deeper into holding hands and able to fall deeper and deeper into cuddling.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bamboo View Post
    i like that this is posted in the fluff zone
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mole View Post
    Let me be perfectly frank with you. I am going to make a judgement. I know it is politically incorrect to be judgemental, but I'm going to tell you if you promise not to tell anyone else.

    I judge on how well you hold hands and how well you cuddle.

    I think it is very hard to fake holding hands and harder to fake cuddling.

    I have noticed in the movies lately that when two people are cuddling, and they start to feel uncomfortable, they say, "Starting to feel weird".

    So take a tip from me and seek those who are able to fall deeper and deeper into holding hands and able to fall deeper and deeper into cuddling.
    this is like let me tell you a secret, than shouting it across a crowd.

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    Quote Originally Posted by prplchknz View Post
    this is like let me tell you a secret, than shouting it across a crowd.
    I know I can trust you, I know you can keep a secret. And what better place to hide a book than in a library; and what better place to hide a secret than in a crowd.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bamboo View Post
    i like that this is posted in the fluff zone
    where else would it go? I don't want to have sex with him and I don't want a relationship either. I just want a human body pillow to cuddle

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mole View Post
    And what better place to hide a book than in a library; and what better place to hide a secret than in a crowd.

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