curvalicious eye candy
curvalicious eye candy
Last edited by Primitiva; 06-01-2012 at 04:57 PM.
lady 1 got a donk
she's preeeeettttyyyyyy *puts chin on hands and sighs*
yeah you are
I used to think I was funny until I met Kathy Griffin. I’m gonna have to call my mama and have her tell me how good I am. - ginger minj
that first lady looks like one of my clients. she hawt.
not at all attracted to any of those women... quite the opposite in fact.
that girl that Uncephalized posted though........... HOLY SHIT!!! that 2nd pic... my jaw hit the floor
I never know what to put in these things. I write songs!
Last edited by cori93437; 06-01-2012 at 07:01 PM.
“You have your way. I have my way. As for the right way, the correct way, and the only way, it does not exist.”
And that's why I'm here eating HFLC Primal/Paleo.
So, I'm guessing Sir Mixalot thinks he was projecting your ideal, then?I would say that a fit girl is still just as attractive to me as they were 10 years ago, but now I am more into curvier and bigger girls than I ever was. This kind of doesn't make sense since I want someone who doesn't get tired.
As for getting tired: there are people out there who don't get tired. They're called vampires.
Kidding aside, we live in a culture of not only body objectification but personality objectification. Google for "manic pixie dream girl". I would argue that the former is just fine, within context: it's called sex appeal, and not everyone has it. That's just a part of life. Personality, well: not everyone has one of those, too, but we've been culturally impressed with an ideal of the "impressionable and perfect blank slate who loves you and wants to fawn over you". This is our problem more so than anything.
Personally, I've found that my tastes have changed quite a bit as I've aged.
Naturally, I started with the "boobs = good" stage, as any red blooded male would. Even women like boobs (or at least, that's what I tell myself).
I found 'twig thin' women attractive until fairly recently. "Skinny" is still attractive, to a degree, as well. But now, curves are much more the thing for me. I realize that slenderness is the ideal of youth, and as someone who's beyond youth by a couple years, I realize it's an unhealthy fixation. Fit, or at least not fat, is largely appealing.
That said, I'm not a fond of 'large' women. But beyond that? An attractive woman is an attractive woman, but a woman with no personality is still boring. (Hopefully, they'll at least laugh at the jokes...)
Skinny women are reminiscent of youth. Youthful women, and well, female youth are at the peak of their fertility. Curves typically mean someone's aging (or at least gaining weight): muscle builders lose their cut, women get padded in the right places, and so on.
A lot of these postulations in biological sciences regarding human sexuality are just wizened perverts projecting their desires and observations. Compare and contrast ideals of generations: Marilyn Monroe, Twiggy, Pamela Anderson, and so on. There's a lot of variation, and differing preferences.