Here are 5 reasons you need to give chubby guys a chance. We've told you bald, bearded and shorter men are better. And now comes size. Yes, bigger is better. But not for the reason you're thinking.
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Some women — a lot of women — are into the Adam Levine type, all sinewy and girlish and exposed-pelvis-ness. I guess that is appealing in a slithery kind of way, like he will Alex Mack himself right out of his leather pants and want hot wax dripped on his chest during sex, or some other weird rock star fetish. Still others are into little men—with the really thin shoulders who look like they can be snapped in half by a gust of wind, and usually carry messenger bags. But the type that appeals to me and at least a handful of other women in America, right? Be he pale and doughy from a regular schedule of mainlining quesadillas and watching Pawn Stars , or simply genetically destined to be larger than the average male, I am on that shit faster than you can say "BMI index.
For most leading men, a certain stereotype is in place as well. These guys are fit, muscular, tall, and handsome — ideal when it comes to traditional movie star standards. But when it comes to the fellas, there is far more leeway when it comes to body type for those who make a living on stage and screen. Maybe these less-than-chiseled men seem down to earth, more attainable, or just have personalities that win over the hearts of the ladies who love them. Super-studly celebs can come off as arrogant and untouchable, while these tubbier talents are cute and cuddly, warm and gentle.