Dating, The Lifestyle

Are Thick Men Really In?

T,

Do you think it’s true that thick guys are in?  As a thicker guy myself, I would be happy to know this is fact and not fiction.  But what do you think?

Thicker than a Snicker

Dear Thicker than a Snicker,

Thanks for writing to me.  Because you have a relatively simple question, I’m going to give you a relatively simple answer.  Thick guys are in.  Well, for people who like thick guys. LOL!  I’ll say this, fellas with a little meat on their bones have always had an audience.  There are plenty of men and women in this world that appreciate a man with a little size on him.  And who can blame them.

I can name a few good things about thick men.  From the hulk like arms to hold you, to the thick legs to wrap around you, to the extra cushion for the pushin bouncing in the rear.  Yeah, a guy with some meat on him, has a lot to offer.  (As long as they have a great personality to match that is.)

And to be clear, thick guys are not the latest trend in my opinion.  What I will say, is that this group of men have been owning their shape a bit more, and more people are taking notice of that.  Men that are a little husky are claiming their sexy.  I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, confidence is super attractive.  Something about a guy that is able to thrive in his skin at a 44 waist or a 32, creates an aura around himself, that people are just drawn to.

Suggestions going forward.

  1. Just keep in mind that there are still people out here who prefer men that keep it tight and cut. If you happened to get dismissed by one of these “snatched” me” because you aren’t his type, don’t be discouraged.  There are plenty of individuals that subscribe to your team.

As always nothing but love,

T.

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2 thoughts on “Are Thick Men Really In?”

  1. Roland Douglas says:

    I couldn’t say it better. The biggest turn on for me is a confidence man, not arrogant.

    1. AsAccordingToT says:

      Yes because arrogance is a TURN-OFF

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