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Girls can sense this man confidence vibes without him even talking
#21
(07-17-2018, 09:39 AM)ringwood Wrote: Ugh...that is nasty. He looks like he has tumours all over his body. Gross. Not all women appreciate buff men. Blech!



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#22
(07-17-2018, 09:39 AM)ringwood Wrote: Ugh...that is nasty. He looks like he has tumours all over his body. Gross. Not all women appreciate buff men. Blech!

TRUE! Same...
#23
whatever ladies Wink
#24
(07-17-2018, 11:20 AM)DarkSelene Wrote:
(07-17-2018, 09:39 AM)ringwood Wrote: Ugh...that is nasty. He looks like he has tumours all over his body. Gross. Not all women appreciate buff men. Blech!

TRUE! Same...

You don't count.
I'm actually David Blane.
#25
I know I'm not in the majority group, but I will take the opportunity to hate on muscly buff dudes every time!

I find it funny that the group of people we have around here are usually the type of people you find on the outskirts of society and instead of appreciating that, everyone just seems to want to fit in the shittyness... I understand that looking for unicorns is not ideal, but wanting to look like every "above average" (lol yeah right) looking dude ever is the same thing women have been doing in the west with heavy makeup/plastic surgery, just completely changing their features to look the same as everyone else. SO BORING! 

I understand the point of the thread, but I have to disagree with the idea that you can only get confidence if you have these things. Maybe if you have your own set of insecurity issues, but definitely not in general. He has confidence in his body and he does get a big reaction, but is that what you want really? 
If you're talking about how your chances of attracting women would be better, you're absolutely correct, but there's no way to measure the quality of the women you attract. If the argument is just shitty is better than nothing, I wouldn't have an argument for that... Just have fun, I guess.

 I imagine how awesome it must be to be with someone who can only stand being next to you because you look pretty!
#26
It's one the few things less attractive men can change about themselves and the sense of achievement has as much to with the confidence boost as anything. Then there's the healthier lifestyle.
#27
+1 to this I personally feel much more confident and good about myself when I've done a good few months down the gym........
#28
You don't like muscular dudes until actually you tries them
All your anger and your hurt
Doesn't matter in the end
Those days go by
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#29
(07-17-2018, 05:14 PM)Joturbo Wrote: +1 to this I personally  feel much more confident and good about myself when I've done a good few months down the gym........

Same. I grow really fast. Ive been back only 4 months and have grown 3cm in all measurements. Feel way fitter too.

Think muscle memory has its place though as I was bigger for years before and im an ecto type.

Biggest benefit people overlook about being skinny is that just the slightest of gains makes you look like you been hammering the gym for years and everyone easily notices when you change. Just ashame ive run out of time now for any women to ever appreciate my achivement.
#30
(07-17-2018, 09:18 PM)Unix Wrote: You don't like muscular dudes until actually you tries them

Pls, never say stuff like that to a woman, it makes me want to smack you on the head. I know what I'm attracted to.

(07-17-2018, 04:49 PM)ardour Wrote: It's one the few things less attractive men can change about themselves and the sense of achievement has as much to with the confidence boost as anything. Then there's the healthier lifestyle.

(07-17-2018, 05:14 PM)Joturbo Wrote: +1 to this I personally feel much more confident and good about myself when I've done a good few months down the gym........

Good on you guys, I'm glad it's such a boost. Plus, the majority of women do find it more attractive.


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