ocbaby write: heres a thought... does "female size" matter to guys? exactly... get it right get it tight lol
Depends on if your having just a casual relationship or serious one. You wouldnt want to marry the Grand Canyon,lol.
Re: just like you wouldnt want to marry a party frank! Sex is an important part of a relationship and everyones different. The sad thing is women and get tightened and men cant extend :( but its all preference... some women like small too
rajuncajun1 write: that hot mama person ignorant or retard she is lacking something in her brain don't know what it is yet i know a dr that can pin a depression on her like crazy if she even exist or a troll also iam not dumb to your concerns. .....
Cajun boy,dont even think about tangling with hotmama,she'll eat you alive,lol.
that hot mama person ignorant or retard she is lacking something in her brain don't know what it is yet i know a dr that can pin a depression on her like crazy if she even exist or a troll also iam not dumb to your concerns. .....
I continue to be amazed at the shallowness of men and women who base their happiness on the perfect figure. Yes, physical chemistry is important, but must we degrade others in the process?
Many have their preferences. They want the petite, athletic, blonde hair, blue eyed trophy, but read the profiles. What a person is on the inside will not change. The outside will change with age as we are all predisposed to wrinkles and sagging bodies.
I chose to highlight my profile with who I am on the inside. I am not a barbie doll who wishes to be the highlight on a man's arm for one night. I may be 20 pounds overweight and I admit it. My "block" button has had more use than I'd like but that's only due to unsofisticated, shallow-minded, and unrealistic playboys who wish to live in the moment and not for the future.
To those men, I wish them luck and hold onto your wallets!!
sharp1 write: rajuncajun...if you were near me I'd clobber you on the side of the head with a cast iron fry pan!!! You obviously need some sense or manners knocked into you! Take a course in etiquette & learn some class & how to be a gentleman, instead of some hillbilly, backwoods, bayou JERK who needs his mouth washed out with a bottle of dishsoap!!!
look at you canadian we left thast state and came down here so who is a jerk not me
Cajun, stop this!!! Immediately!!! Please!!! You are certainly not making friends or impressing people in this way.
hnik icare about friends won't ya talk to the cajun mafia. dumb o's iam a membr cause my dad is the white ghost of the cajun mafia remember the plantion owner and the slave days they did not do what the master ordered his man will get to ya got it thats what we have here in louisiana people. so why i need friends
LOL I have so enjoyed reading all the comments... I still love how the size issue is still being packed off on the man.
Perhaps, just perhaps, its not about the size of the plug but the size of the receptacle! LOL
Men essentially complain about the same things as women do, size! Sometimes they are too shallow and it hurts, sometimes they are too big and well, its boring... sometimes they are just right and life is ooohhhh so good! LOL
I find it hysterical how women don't want to think its about their size or lack of exercise or whatever... I think this will keep me smiling all day!
It's amazing to me how many men responded on this topic versus women. Most women would probably agree that size matters only inasmuch as you need to be compatible (don't want to put a watermelon into a lunchbag or a toothpick into a duffel) but far more important is how the man treats her in and out of bed. Incidentally, guys, we seem to have proved the point that women don't have penis envy, men do. Size matters to men who think they do not have what it takes (and, conversely, it doesn't matter if you're confident you do) but rest assured guys, I've heard that there are about 4-6 inches of intense nerve endings in a woman's special place so unless you've had a horrific Samurai sword accident, you should be just fine. Size of our waistlines, wallets, hearts and capacity for love probably matter more than the size of our shoes or noses...