Guy I like is from India. He's 5'9", freaky skinny, like 140 lbs prob. String bean arms.
I'm 5'4" / 107 lbs. I'm considered thin but not skinny. Girls have often said they envy that I am thin or whatever. Used to be thinner, like 103 lbs. Personally I think I'm kind of average for your typical Asian girl and I could lose a a few pounds (sounds silly I know).
Told this guy I was bored of my sports (vball, tennis) and won't be playing them anymore.
He said "What are you going to do for exercise?"
I said "I don't exercise"
(I never exercise, sports is a new thing for me just this past summer, before that played volleyball 2 years ago and otherwise haven't exercised lol)
He said "Aren't you going to put on weight?"
And that stung a little because no one has EVER said that I seem like the type to gain weight.
He said 'If I don't exercise I gain weight so then I run'
And I'm secretly thinking, why wouldn't you want to keep the weight, you are practically emaciated! "
I said "I am always like this".
He certainly didn't make me feel like he thinks I have a nice body.
He has never complimented my body before.
This was at a party, end of party he texted and asked me out and said he wished he had more time with me that night which was sincere. We were friends for a month before the party.
Should I be insulted?
Was he just being sincere as far as how he views exercise/weight gain?
Would he have said that to a super skinny girl so it wasn't aimed at my body type?
Indian guys are welcome to answer!
But I'm trying to figure out if he isn't attracted to me physically because I'm not skinny enough for what he likes.
No mention of weight gain/food on the date its all good.
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Well I think it was his bad English more than he thought bad about you. Probably he wasn't able to express himself well.Thats the way I see it. Its just cultural difference and you are I think little touchy about it.
It will be rude if says the same thing frequently then you should tell him how you feel.I'm sure he won't do it again.0
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