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#984719 - 22nd Sep 2015 11:36pm Are Models too thin ?
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Do you think models are required to be too thin ? Interesting to know the points of view particularly from our Wiki gentleman (well you know what I mean) and why.

Would you prefer

A)



B)



C)



D)

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#984725 - 23rd Sep 2015 2:16am Re: Are Models too thin ? [Re: granny]
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Definitely "S" - or my life might be on the line.

Are girls still that influenced by models these days compared with pop-stars, actresses or peers?
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#984726 - 23rd Sep 2015 4:17am Re: Are Models too thin ? [Re: granny]
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D or even a bit more natural .

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#984730 - 23rd Sep 2015 7:40am Re: Are Models too thin ? [Re: granny]
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Definitely D, some of these new models are very pretty girls but god bless them so painfully thin, its not natural, if one were our daughter we would be worried for her well being, and Mrs Casper would be wanting to feed her up, at the end of the day we are all different we are what we are, the preoccupation of the young to look like somebody else is frightening yet they all claim to be individuals, the same with style, men's suits always look two sizes to small somewhat like Jethro from the Beverly Hillbillies.

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#984731 - 23rd Sep 2015 7:46am Re: Are Models too thin ? [Re: granny]
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"A" please. Pretty please. She looks fine & healthy to me.

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#984732 - 23rd Sep 2015 8:19am Re: Are Models too thin ? [Re: Tatey]
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Every taste is different granny, I think the models look great if that's your thing, now I know I like a fulla figure of a man. When I was young my mates used to laugh at me, but that's just my thing.

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#984736 - 23rd Sep 2015 8:54am Re: Are Models too thin ? [Re: granny]
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Some variation is acceptable, what is wrong is the pressure by fashion houses to pressure girls to be "to the bone". The clothes they then produce fit these girls and the girls in the street are then pressured themselves to be able to fit the skinny clothes on offer.
Girls are great, but not, in my opinion, when they look as if they are anorexic.
I know someone who has a real eating problem and to see her descent towards death is in no way attractive.

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#984737 - 23rd Sep 2015 9:21am Re: Are Models too thin ? [Re: granny]
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A is for anorexic
B is for boney
C is for curvy
D is for delicious. Just like you honey.

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#984740 - 23rd Sep 2015 9:29am Re: Are Models too thin ? [Re: granny]
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I think most men if being honest like the curvy figure of Marilyn M or Sophia Loren. They had the hour glass figure most us women envy. When you think of the old Hollywood stars they were really georgous, don't think today's stars are a patch on them. The Rita Hayworths, Viviene Leigh's, Liz Taylor..

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#984753 - 23rd Sep 2015 9:40am Re: Are Models too thin ? [Re: Tatey]
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Originally Posted By: Tatey
"A" please. Pretty please. She looks fine & healthy to me.


Agreed.

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#984782 - 23rd Sep 2015 12:48pm Re: Are Models too thin ? [Re: Slinky]
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D all day long, what's wrong with carrying a little timber skinny girls are not nice at all, IE posh spice nono cheryl fernandez versini not good,

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#984784 - 23rd Sep 2015 1:04pm Re: Are Models too thin ? [Re: granny]
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What would you prefer.

A hard bench or a nice soft sofa ?
I know what I prefer to lay on smile

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#984785 - 23rd Sep 2015 1:14pm Re: Are Models too thin ? [Re: granny]
venice Offline

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Id prefer to be a B myself, but for a male figure - I agree with lollipop- a fuller figure is nicer (not muscle bound though, I hate that! )

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#984788 - 23rd Sep 2015 1:42pm Re: Are Models too thin ? [Re: venice]
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No not muscle at all, just some one who likes there grub. I just had to clarify that.

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#984802 - 23rd Sep 2015 3:10pm Re: Are Models too thin ? [Re: lollipop]
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A) cost me less in food thumbsup

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