Dating a spirit girl
I once dated a guy who was so skinny his hip bones would dig into me.
And there was that guy who ate only nuts and berries—you can imagine how thin he was!
I suppose, as unfeminist as it sounds, there’s a certain sense of safety I feel in the arms of a man who is a bit more substantial.
Aside from the physical aspect, it’s much more fun to date a man with enjoys life and food over a man whose main focus is maintaining his six-pack abs. At least, in my experience, I find that statement to be true.
Before he starved himself to death on my behalf, I felt it was a good time to tell him that I actually prefer a man with a little meat on his bones. I’ve said it once and I’ll say it again: the most important quality about a man, in my opinion, is the way he treats me.
Of course, I’m not going to rule someone out for being too thin.
However, my personal preference is a man who is a little on the luscious side.
It feels more sensual to me to be with a man who has something I can grab onto.
He asked me to please send him a picture of a male model or actor who, in my opinion, had the perfect physique.” Truth be told, I have yet to meet a Frenchman who is lacking in confidence.But, it was true, he was better than George Clooney, at least in my eyes he was.So I told him he didn’t need lose weight for me—he looked great the way he was.One month after our Valentine’s dinner, I returned to Paris.
When I explained this to the French George Clooney, he said, “But you don’t want me to be FAT!