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TheWestYearZero 15 points ago +15 / -0

Want to perform a revolutionary act?

Get in shape.

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Guildpro101 11 points ago +11 / -0

Dad bod should remade as the giga christian chad lifter bod who cares for his body like he cares for his family.

As a former obese man, there is nothing to be proud of. Men who feel shame when looking into the mirror have two options, the giga chad route of self improvement, or soy cuckery 'dad bod is so sexy'.

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CnnWillBlackmailYou 8 points ago +8 / -0

I mean, it kinda makes sense. Fat men and fat women are nearly indistinguishable from each other. They keep trying to say that everyone's 100% the same. If they're all obese, then they're right.

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SharedTVWisdom 5 points ago +5 / -0

This kind of fat around the torso and organs is especially bad, you are almost certain to have hypertension and other cardiovascular issues as you age (if you age). Trying to push this is literally killing people, it's so weird people go crazy if you smoke cigarettes then turn around and think this is normal, complete nonsense.

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HuggableBear 3 points ago +4 / -1

Dad Bod is nothing more than propaganda from fat chicks who want a reason to not have to improve themselves.

This shit did not come from men, although the lazy ones happily accepted it.

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AboriginalIvory 3 points ago +3 / -0

Carb dense diets will do that to you.

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Annpi 2 points ago +2 / -0

If a guy looks more than 4 months prego I have no interest in him...

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Knicnacpaddy 2 points ago +3 / -1

My husband looks a lot like the guy on the top row, second from left picture (black dude). He was maybe a few pounds lighter when we met 4 years ago. I have actually gained about 30 pounds, was low end of normal bmi prior.

I actually prefer a bigger guy over a skinny guy, anyday! Firstly (from past experience) a skinny guys hip bones poke my hips, if it's Missionary style. I have gotten bruises from that. It makes sex a lot less comfortable, and it's hard to be relaxed at that point (important for me).

Secondly, I don't get that "safe" feeling from a guy who only weighs only twenty more pounds than I do. Also, most skinny guys I've dated have no chest hair. That is a huge turn off. I like to feel like I can be physically protected in any dangerous situation, subconsciously that's probably why I prefer a chubby guy over a skinny guy (if it was one or the other) anyday.

My husband has so many great qualities, chubbiness is not just something I "accept" about him. I love his body shape. When people are in a relationship and love each other, there are even things that others would see as "flaws" that the partner actually finds attractive. I think this goes for other traits as well. We both do need to eat healthier and I'm not saying that being overweight is good, but we do accept each other and love the physical as much as mental. If either of us lose weight it will be for health reasons not because we find each other unattractive.

Sorry for the long comment, turned into a "quora" style answer. Lol.

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Kolob 1 point ago +1 / -0

Never heard of this.