By Blondie_McBaffled on December 06, 2011
I have heard phrases like "size doesn't matter", "quality not quantity", "it's not the size of the boat, but the motion of the ocean", etc., etc. However...I'm here to tell you, size matters! In all things, size matters. If you're hungry, do you want a little Crystal burger, or do you want a Whopper? If it's cold, do you want a thin jacket or a thick down jacket? Same goes for body types. I am 5'7". Not a small woman. My normal weight (yes, guys, I'm actually going to tell it) is between 145 and 150. When I wear a pair of conservative heels, I stand 5'10", and I like to wear heels. Why do I tell you all this? Because, no matter how bluntly I say it, I can not seem to make men understand that if I'm taller than them, or weigh almost as much or more than them, I am just not attracted to them, no matter how handsome or easy on the eyes they are. So let's evalute size and how it matters.
Look at the women you see on TV. The supermodels and the movie stars. Most of the women that are considered hot and sexy, or beautiful. How many men look at a 250 lb woman and think, "Wow...I'd like to take her home with me tonight." Even if the woman is pretty and a great person, the weight is still an issue. Weight is size, and size matters. Bust size--Some men like small breasted women, some prefer large...but once again, size matters. Butts are another area of attraction. I've seen some of the most beautiful woman have self esteem issues because they have a big butt, or lack much butt at all. I've heard men say, "she'd be hot if her butt wasn't so big" or "she's got great legs, but no butt"...once again, size matters.
One thing I've always found funny is the common sight of an obese woman with a bone skinny man. I've found myself wondering how that works. Maybe what they say about skinny men having extremely large unmentionables is correct and it takes that extremely large unmentionable to reach past the obesity. I hope I'll never know for sure. I also can't help but notice when a 6'5" man is dancing with a 5' nothing woman, and wonder how they fit together...I guess they don't like kissing during sex. Same goes for the very tall woman and the extremely short man. Black men with white women, and the opposite. All of these are oddities to me, but to each their own.
Me personally, I prefer a man with a little extra meat on his bones, to one who is all bones. I like my men big...not obese, but not thin. I like them white. I like to feel like he could carry me if I was hurt, or sweep me off my feet in a moment of passion (and I've already stated, I'm not a little woman). I'm sorry, but I don't want to feel like I could carry him to the bedroom! Size matters. Speaking of the bedroom. If I was about to be intimate with a man and he unveiled something that looked like it should be attached to an elephant instead of a man, I'd envision my organs falling out when I got up afterwards, and I'd run fast. However, if my first thought is that a toddler would wear it better and it should be covered up with a diaper, it isn't going to work for me. Size matters. Good "motion of the ocean", and a willingness to compensate for the insufficiency can only go so far, because without the right tools, you just can't do the job right...sorry, guys...SIZE MATTERS!
What I find to be very funny about this virtual world we live in where we meet people first online, and then progress to personal relationships, is how exaggerated people's stats are. Almost every man online is 6', and they all have 8" penis'. No wonder women's sense of measurement and depth perceptions are so off! When we meet these guys and they are only 5'8" with a 3" penis, we're all confused! I guess everything is bigger in internet inches! Once again...size matters.
So, this should be my personals add: I'm looking for a genuine, honest man, with a good heart, who knows how to treat a lady. Must enjoy the outdoors, but like nights on the town too. Must love children, as my children are part of the package. He must be hardworking, dependable, loyal and faithful to the ones he loves. Must believe in God and be willing to attend church with me at least occasionally. Must be affectionate and give great back rubs. Must be over 5'10" in actual measurements and not internet inches, and be reasonably well endowed. Must be a gentleman in the daytime and and an animal at night. If you meet all the above requirements and are under 190 lbs...gain some weight! SIZE MATTERS!
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