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    Default I wish I had a squishy guy

    to cuddle with . I have nothing against non-squishy guys they're just not as comfy.

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    What's that now?

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    Awww
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    Do you mean fat guys?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saudade View Post
    Do you mean fat guys?
    no squishy chubby to fat not obese, i don't want to suffocate

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    Quote Originally Posted by prplchknz View Post
    no squishy chubby to fat not obese, i don't want to suffocate
    So I was right?

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    What about a skinny guy wearing an inflatable fat suit? Pure squishiness and adjustment available when requested.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Standuble View Post
    What about a skinny guy wearing an inflatable fat suit? Pure squishiness and adjustment available when requested.
    that could work

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    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.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cafe View Post
    somebody at school noticed she had an unusually firm belly.
    maybe she needed to poop?

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