Dating a guy who used to be fat

I am done dating dozens of d**kheads who’d come back to the proverbial well to drink from the pails-of-fun spilling from all over me but would want nothing to do with me after a fun-night-ride where his d**k-flexion kinda failed the test!

But most of all, I think you haven’t ever been told ‘why’ to date a fat girl!

The rest of the profile details were the same for both – Funnily enough, when that ‘thin’ me bikini shot was taken, I still thought I was fat.

That’s why I’m wearing that white skirt – to cover up my ‘massive belly’ and ‘big thighs’.

The profile names had to be slightly different because the site won’t allow two the same.

I have no idea why I came up with them btw – it’s not even like A Night To Remember was stuck in my head.

A date with me now would be way more fun than it would have been then.

The results Over the course of five days, fat me received 18 messages, 74 likes and 81 visits.If you are fat like me, or used to be like some other lucky ex-members of our club who probably bribed the weighing scale to flash skinny, you know the forever-itch to lose weight. Shedding those extra pounds so we don’t have to hide in the shadows, be whisked to dorm rooms and apartments under the cover of night, and then, sent right back in the wee hours of the morning lest some frat bro or roommate belittle the conquest of our douchebag date, used to be our ONLY wish in life. No, I am not ranting – coz I myself find the bitter ‘’ kind of token consolatory refrains mean and derogatory! But there is an undeniable stigma attached to dating a fat girl – like we can be ‘oodles’ of fun to pick for a night but never worthy of being on your arm on date nights or introduced to your friends, much less grace wedding pictures! Or even if you do, you have the know-how for dating one. I am also done dating the tonnes of others who’d deny that I am fat and insist that I am beautiful! To the men – Dating a fat girl may not fall under your quintessential notion of ‘achievement.’ But who made skinny girls queens of the world anyway!Thin me received more than double the attention – 36 messages, 211 likes and 210 visits.There was nothing dramatically different in the content of the messages – some men just sent a ‘hi’, some wrote essays, some tried one-liners and others just opted for old-fashioned compliments.And last, that glistening sweaty body and that satisfied expression speak up for themselves!So I guess what I am saying is – a fat girl is PHAT. So, if you’d been wanting to hop onto that treadmill for days or do those crunches, voila, you got a workout buddy, matey! They can have that ohh-so-sexy strut about the kitchen while some really yum dishes get spread out on the table. Especially during those long, chilly wintry nights when everything is nippy. Third, if you are going down and lift our over-a-buck-ninety b*tt cheeks to snack up – well, you have a meal and a workout combo rolled-in-one.All you gotta do is snuggle up with us – and ooh – warmth… 😉 And of course, there’s no bones about it – your bone’s gonna get some meat and how. Second, the body slamming can be dished out and we can sure as hell take it. Don’t believe me, watch your biceps flex and pump next time!A size 18 woman, posting some of her least flattering, double chin-featuring pics, received 18 messages in five days.That’s 18 more than the bodyshaming community might have you expect.

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