Yes I know this isn't entirely accurate. I was looking at and answering this question. Question 548976 Which includes this chart. link Click the image to make it larger. I think it does a pretty good job of encompassing body types.
I noticed I only disliked 5 of those out of 21. Making a percentage I liked being 70%.
So out of curiosity I thought I'd ask what percentages people get.
For math incompetent people. Take the number you like and divide by 21. Then move the decimal point two places to the right.
I messed up writing this. My number was 6 I dislike, but I reconsidered one of them after ignoring the face since this is generally considering body types and pretending they have a good face.
So 76% (I like 16 out of 21) is my number. Some are a little tough to realize with having a bad face. The ones I don't like are 5, 6, 7, 20 and 21.
If you're not gonna answer the question then don't waste my time. Thanks.
That's weird, because I was mostly looking at the individual's photo and not the actual body type. I think curves are attractive and so are thin people, but I am weary of obese individuals or anorexic females because that shows either too much attention to appearance or complete disregard. However, not all thick athletic girls look like that girl, who has practically no waist but thick hips, and not all ripped girls look like G.I. Jane, so it's all a matter of individual appearance, not a %.
Lol the math is inaccurate. if you're a guy who prefers bbw, accirding to this calculation, you like 100% of women even though you dislike smaller figures. The whole thing looks like one of those cootie catchers we used to make in elemenary school- amusing but totally incorrect.
14/21 66.7% just solely on their body. There are some cuties and hotties on there I must admit. I like 3, 4, 5, 6, 12, 15 they have the whole package. 20 has a pretty face but is a bit big. I Didn't like 1, 7, 16, or 18-21. What I think is funny though is that they put average after voluptuous thick when average is thinner than voluptuous thick. Oh well. I asses attractiveness facially not just by body.