I'm dying to know...since people seem to think that the two words are synonymous. in my opinion, they're not.
i've found the answer!
"I'd say thick isn't as large as fat. Kind of in between medium and fat. And I don't know if it's just me but I'd think of thick as someone with curves. fat is just fat. ha pretty overweight to the point where you would lose your hourglass shape. and fyi you don't have to be fat to have stretch marks or rolls..."
Obviously what constitutes "thick" and "fat" differs between different guys, everyone has a different ide of what they think each is. Buy as a general idea fat means loose, out of shape and rolls of fat. Whereas thick to me means toned and in shape
They are totally different terms to me as well. Thick means a part of someone's body is big(ass/legs), but it retains tightness and shape. Fat is loose, shapeless, and most likely covered with cellulite.
Thick - slightly overweight but it is all in the right places.
A lot of fat people call themselves thick or chubby because they are in-denial and do not want to feel bad about themselves. I also notice a lot of fat people call themselves curvy, when the only contact with curves they have is when they are turning the road in their vehicle.