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Having a big bum, hips and thighs 'is healthy'

Discussion in 'News' started by Jim, 12 January 2010 Social URL.

  1. Jim

    Jim Big Boy

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    That's good news then. :D

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  3. MinnieMel

    MinnieMel Why Be Normal?

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    Hi Jim,

    I saw this on the news and was so thrilled. I just knew that I was fit! LOL

    MM
     
  4. Jim

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    LOL, It is good isn't it Min. :)
     
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    mommyB love it

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    Yay for fat @rses !!
    more comfy to sit on too, tho to be fair i've never had a thin one to make the comparrison
     
  6. Minerva

    Minerva ...passing through.

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    Erm... it's not an excuse now, though is it. ;) Such 'news' could promote an 'excuse' culture for being more overweight than necessary, as with all things, there's a limit.
    The 'rounded-bottom' theory is in conjecture with the dangers of having an 'apple-shape', which truly isn't healthy because it signifies a fat build-up around your vital organs.

    While it is much more healthy to be a normal, healthy weight, with curves (about a size 12-14); anything above starts to become a serious burden on the body - regardless of where the fat storage happens...! Plus - it seems it's a fairly genetic thing. Some people naturally store fat in their bums, some in their tums...! :D
     
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    vanda plodding away

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    I've always wanted a fat round bum, unfortunately its the only part of me that is not round!
     
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    :D

    I've always wanted to be flat chested
     
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    Nooooooooo :(
     
  10. jenniferyellowhat

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    Yay, I am officially super healthy :)
     
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