So, I asked my boyfriend how much he weighed and he told me in kilograms, because he isn't from here yata yata yata. Anyway, while converting his weight I realized that I actually way more that him which did upset me a bit, but I think I handled the situation well :D He said that it was fine and I said, " No, no it's not fine... you need to gain weight" so, he just laughed lol So,what do you guys think? Did I handle this well? Also, do you wish more girls could make a joking matter out of their own weight instead of freaking out and going over board with weight loss pills and exercising? by the way, I don't think I will lose any weight, because my stomach is virtually flat, my boobs are a 36C and my backside measures up substantially too :) Neither of us would be happy if I lost those :0 (I do love them)
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Oddly enough, assuming the guy isn't built like a brick sh*t house, many women way more than men because they naturally have more body fat. Muscle does way more than fat, but unless the guy is really into working out, its likely that both of you have a similar muscle mass (assuming the same height). The only difference is as a women you have added fat. Women also have things like boobs and larger asses that are made of fat but that men just don't have, and again, for people of the same height, that adds weight to the woman. So typically, assuming both people are of similar height and have average body types, more often than not the women usually weight more, at least until the guy crosses that muscular threshold that only a gym rat will cross.
As far as how you handled the situation. Eh, not bad, but could have been better I guess. If he is self conscious about being skinny or small (because less face it, telling a guy he is small, skinny, unmuscular, etc. is like calling a girl fat), he maybe have been hurt by the fact that you essentially called him puny. You probably would have been better off putting the blame on yourself but by using something trivial, like "Oh it must just be these boobs of mine, I always felt like they weighed me down". I think most guys can agree that we like a girl who takes pride in her body and is conscious about exercising, eating right, and watching her weight. We just don't like a girl who is overboard or self defeating about it. If you mention 5 times a day how you are fat and how you look like crap, then its a turn off because it shows no self esteem. On the other hand if you mention your going for a run or that you want to eat a salad today because you ate a burger yesterday and want to get something healthy, we're totally OK with that.0