I was chatting about this tonight and felt like it should be a post lol It has been said that you can tell if a man is TRULY an FA by the type of car he drives.It is a snap judgement call i suppose, because if the guy can only afford a ford fiesta, well what can ya do..economics aside...i think it's a relatively good indicator (in a comical sort of way lol).I'm sure this has been a topic before, but i haven't read it.here goes again i suppose You have to wonder with all these fellas who claim they want a supersized woman..do they REALLY know what they're getting themselves into? Or is it just a fantasy that they play out in their mind without thinking of any of the realities?Some of us like (or need) to be dropped off at the front of the store.i personally have to ride in the cart and would not want to be with a man who would be embarrassed by that.We sometimes need help getting up from a low chair.help getting into a high vehicle.
I was about 375 at the time.wasn't in bad shape for that size, but miles of walking is HARD. "either ya deal with it or maybe i should go on a diet" (i was bluffing of course LOL) but that type of unsympathetic response shouldn't come from a man who claims to love supersized women.
I'd rather be comfy and look ghetto than look post and be absolutely miserable! My husband owned a Camaro when we first met, his dream car. Even with our second car, the one he drives to work, has to fit me.
And he has a long commute so we are very concerned with gas mileage, but he makes sure I can fit.
I mean, if my man had to choose between a nicer small car and a larger clunker i'd be perfectly fine with the clunker....i dunno...it's quite the conundrum For the record, Melissa, I own a smaller car for the gas mileage. And, well, I got tired of first one, then the second, Exploder being in the shop... I can understand economics can be tough..we fat girls can be expensive.
I mean, if my man had to choose between a nicer small car and a larger clunker i'd be perfectly fine with the clunker....i dunno...it's quite the conundrum Yup. We require all sorts of special things...replacement of broken things.