Well the other day I heard the guy who asked me out talking about me to his friends. He said "Ya, we don't have much common, but she has well... curves"
So I cancelled that date, but I was wondering if that was a compliment or an insult?
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People define "curvy" quite differently.
Some people use it as a nicer word for overweight. Many times there is little "curves" but just much of everything.
Others use it to describe the classical hour glass figure with a large chest, small waist and a large booty compared to the waist size. That is where the word "curves" comes from. When your body makes and S shape and the male equivalent would then be the V shape. If we are talking in classical terms.
So if this is a compliment or not depends on how you or the person saying it defines the term and whether or not you like that definition.0