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androbot01
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13 Aug 2016, 10:51 am

Misslizard wrote:
I blame the meds.

Me too.



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13 Aug 2016, 10:56 am

androbot01 wrote:
Misslizard wrote:
I blame the meds.

Me too.

Actually, now that you guys mention it... I've really been wondering what has made me this misshapen, and if anything can be done about it. But I'm embarrassed to discuss it with my doctor because it seems like vanity. My belly goes beyond Buddha. At times I wonder if I have ascites, but none of my docs has mentioned it. At other times I think it may be metabolic syndrome, but again, nobody is bringing it up.


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13 Aug 2016, 11:15 am

BeaArthur wrote:
androbot01 wrote:
Misslizard wrote:
I blame the meds.

Me too.

Actually, now that you guys mention it... I've really been wondering what has made me this misshapen, and if anything can be done about it. But I'm embarrassed to discuss it with my doctor because it seems like vanity. My belly goes beyond Buddha. At times I wonder if I have ascites, but none of my docs has mentioned it. At other times I think it may be metabolic syndrome, but again, nobody is bringing it up.

Misshapen is a good description. My belly is disproportionate to the rest of me.



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13 Aug 2016, 11:41 am

It's so aggravating.I don't eat junk food,lots of healthy food and exercise.But it's still there.I even gave up alcoholic beverages for a month and it made no difference.It can't be a beer belly without beer.lol


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13 Aug 2016, 11:42 am

There's no use to hide a physical trait (that may be perceived as flaw by many) for the sake dating, everything will get revealed at the moment of meeting them ....and more at the moment of intimacy.
(ie. If you have extra fat somewhere, don't try to hide it by cropping picture, adding white bars, Myspace angle....all those will be of no use.)

There's no uglier feeling than this moment you cause a reaction of disgust or disappointment reaction on the face of the other, especially if it's the moment of intimacy.

So better to reveal a such physical trait in pictures if possible to avoid a such embarrassment situation in the first place.

That's another reason why I always keep one of my profile pics a shirtless beach pic, so girls viewing it can know I have a hairy chest - same for showing my height info clearly too - those who hate it so much won't bother me; it's better than being an unpleasant surprise later...



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13 Aug 2016, 12:01 pm

The_Face_of_Boo wrote:
So better to reveal a such physical trait in pictures if possible to avoid a such embarrassment situation in the first place.

I agree. My pictures are honest.



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13 Aug 2016, 12:11 pm

I never understood people wearing falsies,fake boobs,hair or butts.Sooner or later they are going to see the real thing.There is no way I'm ever going to wear a girdle to hide my thick waist.


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