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post Apr 3 2005, 10:12 AM
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As I was looking around the site I stumbled upon your VFMP archive and noticed that in those pics you look significantly smaller around the waist than you do in your family album pic..........
so have you filled out, gained weight or is that pic just at a weird angle???


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post Apr 3 2005, 10:56 AM
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ohmy.gif! Mata does not gain weight! He has drunk from the fountain of eternal youth and will remain forever beautiful!
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post Apr 3 2005, 08:28 PM
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I can't help but think, DLCP, that you've just done the equivalent of shouting across a crowded pub 'HEY! CHUBBY! PUT THE PIE DOWN'. blink.gif


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post Apr 3 2005, 08:35 PM
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QUOTE (Snugglebum the Destroyer @ Apr 3 2005, 09:28 PM)
'HEY!  CHUBBY!  PUT THE PIE DOWN'.
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post Apr 3 2005, 08:38 PM
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For future reference, DCLP, I'd try to be a little bit less curious if I were you, and if you simply can't contain yourself, maybe you should PM him instead of pointing such a thing out publicly...
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post Apr 3 2005, 11:50 PM
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I'm laughing lots, so this is a bit tricky to type...

Back on those days I was on what I refer to as the 'Special K and Guiness diet'. I was in the last year of my degree, pretty depressed, and working hard on my dissertation. Essentially what the 'diet' involved was me getting up in the morning, having a bowl of Special K for breakfast, sitting down to study, not notice that I've been working for about twleve hours solidly when a friend knocked on my door and asked me out for last orders. I'd go out for a pint of Guiness, go back to bed, and then repeat the next day. I was rather unhealthily thin!

These days I'm technically at the lower end of what is healthy for my height (according to the body/mass index anyway), although I freely admit that a stone could usefully be turned into muscle.

It gets a lot harder to stay slim as you get older. I've also got a little bit of genetics working against me: in terms of build, I take after the men on my mother's side of the family who have always been quite stout!

I'd also suggest that having a partner doesn't do much for your waistline. I like to cook us nice meals, so naturally end up cooking more indulgent dishes than I would for myself... Although I have allegedly spoilt her diet too! As with most things in my life, when I have more time I intend on getting more exercise to get back into the shape I prefer rather than the one that is just functional, but that's on hold until after my PhD is out of the way. Going to the gym just takes up too many hours for it to be practical with everything else I'm doing at the moment.

So that's your answer, however, I think it's a fair point to mention that it's just as well that I have a sense of humour about these things. Weight is an issue that is possibily even more likely to piss people off than religion or politics, so I would strongly suggest that you don't try this kind of thread with anyone else.


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post Apr 4 2005, 01:47 AM
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Sorry if I offended you:blush:
It's just that I've been curious about mens waist size and general shape sence Markslut started his tread on corsetry.
At the time I was feeling rather shocked about his waist being 34in(i think) given how mine looks if it gets to 28.5.
I don't think you look fat or flabby just evenly bigger
Oh and it's a bit to do with pics of my grandfather. looking at him as a 24 year old he was all out weedy but by 30 had filled out.


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post Apr 4 2005, 01:02 PM
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Most guys have waistlines in the region of 34" or more, at least they certainly do by the time they are nearing 30! Ten years ago my waistline was 28", but back then I was at least four inches shorter. I'm somewhere around 32-34" these days, but I am 6'2" tall, so that's roughly in proportion. Ideally I'd only want to get down to about 30-32", any smaller than that and I would look rather odd I think!


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post Apr 4 2005, 01:08 PM
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Perhaps we can put a bit of a spin on this thread, taking into account DCLP didn't mean to cause offense.

It brings up the issue on how it is much more acceptable for men to put on weight as they get older then it is for women. In fact, the aging process is much kinder to men on the whole. I'm 25, not that old, but because I have had a child and my lifestyle isn't great I have a pig of a time trying to keep my body in shape. And wrinkles scare the crap out of me.

I don't think men worry as much (although, they tend to have the same concerns as women) about it.

Of course, this is a personal bone of contention of mine and I may just be looking for an excuse to have a moan. biggrin.gif


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post Apr 4 2005, 02:01 PM
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QUOTE (Snugglebum the Destroyer @ Apr 4 2005, 01:08 PM)
Perhaps we can put a bit of a spin on this thread, taking into account DCLP didn't mean to cause offense. 

It brings up the issue on how it is much more acceptable for men to put on weight as they get older then it is for women.  In fact, the aging process is much kinder to men on the whole.  I'm 25, not that old, but because I have had a child and my lifestyle isn't great I have a pig of a time trying to keep my body in shape.  And wrinkles scare the crap out of me.

I don't think men worry as much (although, they tend to have the same concerns as women) about it. 

Of course, this is a personal bone of contention of mine and I may just be looking for an excuse to have a moan.  biggrin.gif
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Indeed. This is why Sean Connery was still a sex symbol well into his 60s. Not many women that were (none that I can think of right now).

On the topic of waistlines, as a rule of thumb, a 32" waistline would be a trim measurement for a small-to-medium build, medium height bloke. Any less is slim.


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post Apr 4 2005, 02:46 PM
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Patrick Stewart is quite a stud muffin too.

I don't know how old Lena Olin is, not in her sixties I'm sure, but she is definitely a sexy older woman, then again I suspect that she has has the time to do a huge amount of yoga.

I think that there are differing standards for men and women, but they are evening out. The very fact that a man's physical appearence is even much of a topic for discussion these days shows that society has changed significantly in the last 50 years.


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post Apr 4 2005, 09:09 PM
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QUOTE (Mata @ Apr 4 2005, 03:46 PM)
Patrick Stewart is quite a stud muffin too.
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Back off Little Bear! I claim Patrick Stewart in the name of all that is good and minty!
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post Apr 4 2005, 09:54 PM
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Er, excuse me Polo but no, Pattycakes is mine *licks full lenght cut out*

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post Apr 5 2005, 11:41 AM
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