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[Other] Sensotard moments

Peter Deadpan

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Unless you’re one of those unfortunate few who looks like someone stood a frog up & put pants on it, I bet your butt is fine. I know having a table for an ass is the more popular look nowadays in media (which, nothing against those butts, either), but ultimately I think hip shape & overall body proportions are a bigger factor when it comes to butt & body aesthetic.

(Info I’ve gathered from guy friends irl discussing butt shapes over the yrs)

I'm a rather small person with high hips, which fortunately gives me a nice waist to hip ratio overall, but I lack meat in the gluteus medius department. I have something between a square and upside-down heart shape, with like little apple bottom cheeks at bottom but no where else really.

I don't like my small ass, but I shouldn't complain because I have a lot of potential to transform my body if I commit to putting in the work.

 

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I'm a rather small person with high hips, which fortunately gives me a nice waist to hip ratio overall, but I lack meat in the gluteus medius department. I have something between a square and upside-down heart shape, with like little apple bottom cheeks at bottom but no where else really.

I don't like my small ass, but I shouldn't complain because I have a lot of potential to transform my body if I commit to putting in the work.



Oh yeah I forgot gluteal bridges! I do that for physical therapy for my hip. It definitely works those muscles. They incorporated a resistance band around my knees that added a bit more of a challenge/gave it to me for home use. Another variation at the facility involved propping my calves/feet up on a large stability ball while doing bridges. That was harder. Wobbly.

I wonder if this counts as a sensotard moment. I still do bridges a few times a week on a mat at home & didn’t even think of that exercise in this conversation. Derp.
 

Peter Deadpan

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Oh yeah I forgot gluteal bridges! I do that for physical therapy for my hip. It definitely works those muscles. They incorporated a resistance band around my knees that added a bit more of a challenge/gave it to me for home use. Another variation at the facility involved propping my calves/feet up on a large stability ball while doing bridges. That was harder. Wobbly.

I wonder if this counts as a sensotard moment. I still do bridges a few times a week on a mat at home & didn’t even think of that exercise in this conversation. Derp.

That's probably because it feels more like a hip exercise, and I'm guessing given your surgery, that's kind of how you look at it.
 

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I'm officially blaming my lack of ass on not being a sensor and never learning how to walk properly, thus not building the proper muscles.
I love my little butt and I cannot lie. Actually, while I can admire voluptuous buns and boobs, I feel happy and comfortable with my waif figure. It feels like perpetually floating with fizzy lifting drink. Waif buns are awesome, so if you have 'em too, yay for you. You go through life knowing you are a nice lil' snack.

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Peter Deadpan

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I love my little butt and I cannot lie. Actually, while I can admire voluptuous buns and boobs, I feel happy and comfortable with my waif figure. It feels like perpetually floating with fizzy lifting drink. Waif buns are awesome, so if you have 'em too, yay for you. You go through life knowing you are a nice lil' snack.

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I laughed... thank you.
 

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*Phone rings* *I reach for a hair clip instead of the phone in an attempt to answer it*
 

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A: Bah. I need to go to the toilet AGAIN. This is such a hassle.
B: Well, what goes in must come out.
A: Sure, but why can't we just like, release water osmotically through our skin or something?
B:
A:
B
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A: ...I FORGOT THAT SWEATING IS A THING
 

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I'd do much better with an open floor plan with all the walls I run into....
 

Peter Deadpan

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I almost just fell off my chair while talking to a client on the phone. It was very obvious, and I did not deal with it socially smoothly. I laughed it off, but my face was definitely red.
 

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A: Bah. I need to go to the toilet AGAIN. This is such a hassle.
B: Well, what goes in must come out.
A: Sure, but why can't we just like, release water osmotically through our skin or something?
B:
A:
B
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A: ...I FORGOT THAT SWEATING IS A THING

Now imagine if something else would start to come through your skin too... Enjoy. (At least you'll never have to go to the toilet anymore.)


Lately, my backpack has been annoying me. Which results in me sometimes randomly and angrily pulling the straps of my backpack with both hands. The 'both hands' is important because today I did it whilst I was cycling and I am in fact... not able to cycle without both of my hands. -_-

(No I did not fall, but I did have a tiny heart attack. Cycling without hands is something for people who are recklessâ„¢.)
 

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Condo building I live in has a secure entry on either side. I’ve always gone into just one. It has a half flight of steps you have to go up upon entering, before you reach the units.

This was a bitch to navigate last November, after hip surgery. Crutch-hopping.


About a week after I got off crutches, I finally used the other door (people were servicing the buzzer on my normal side).

TWO STAIRS ON THAT SIDE. ONLY TWO.


I definitely had a jwelifugeinjbu(dbfihrbvftygewhawctdserxdugjrgdtywfqljmvpocui moment.

That’s what I get for not knowing my residential building after being in it for years now.
 

Peter Deadpan

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It took me a year-and-a-half to discover that my smart TV has channels on it. I don't pay for cable, just Netflix. I think I vaguely knew this may have been a thing, but I never actually explored the features/icons much.

Anyway, now we're watching the original Unsolved Mysteries. :wubbie:
 

Peter Deadpan

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I thought these were cheesy tots that I grabbed from the deli, but they're cheese curds. I don't like cheese curds. :cry:
 
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