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"Hourglass shape" is what curvy used to mean, what I still want it to mean. Big boobs (usually), but most importantly, narrow waist and wide hips.
@Xoirwinkan Yeah I'm there with you; too bad it doesn't any more. Why? Well, pretty simple-- too many girls are fat, now. When the majority of American females are overweight (and they are), yet are all afraid of that fact as they should be, then rather than actually trying hard to lose the weight, they instead just re-appropriate language, and you see millions of girls that look like thiscalling themselves "curvy" on dating websites and social media.
Yeah, you dont call a walrus curvy. "Blobby" is more like it.
Well, what about this: Try the terms skinny and curvy in Googles picture search and decide from which results you would choose your girl.
@Neptunsheart No I'd rather not let Google's erroneous search results determine how we should use objective language.
Uh, this could lead to an interesting - but often conducted - debate for linguists. I have had it with my ex girlfriend before. (She's a german linguists an I am more a smart aleck, but it endet up with a draw 😁). The term "curvy" might be an exciting example for school or university courses, I guess 👨🏫.
Best answer for my view. Welcome to the club!
Thank god for you
Thank god for you too!
ahahaa <3 :)
True! And nature is beauty? Well, not to ugly cow-face, ha? ;-)
Trying to pick a bone, are you slick?
I was like that before, now average. I had 90cm circumference on butt and 60cm on waist, sexy!