Monday, November 21, 2011
The age of the metrosexual...
I think it is a combination of both but I will let you, my faithful readers be the judge.....
Since I have been working out regularly for the past say...2 years now...I have been noticing the male and female body shape in a different way.
Yeah that guy.
I have also noticed the females that come to the gym. To tell the truth I notice them a lot more than I notice the grunting ass dudes.
I have to say that what I thought I thought was sexy about women before I got serious about getting in shape has definitely changed.
I used to tell myself that I wanted a women that worked out and kept her body tight. And in some ways I still do..but...
I prefer a woman with some looseness with her curves. I don't like all the tight muscely ass women that frequent my gym. After a while they all start to look like the grunting ass dudes. I like a little bounce and shake with my women, ya know? Now I think a women that works out is sexy...very gatdamn sexy, but there is a limit for me. I don't like a woman that works out so much that she looses her femininity. Even though I like women with nice thick thighs and legs, I don't want a women that can squat more than I can. I don't want my head crushed if I decide to put my face in the place and I start to tickle that little man in the boat..which I have been known to do....Ya understand what I'm saying?
I prefer my women to be healthy, but healthy does not mean looking like a Linebacker for the Green Bay Packers.
A little cellulite never hurt nobody, ya heard me? A woman is supposed to be soft and cuddly, not hard and manish.
And oh yeah.. I know I said I have noticed the male body a little different now...but fellas this does not mean that I want to go into a PUBLIC sauna after a nice workout and see your shriveled up ass and balls Naked ass nasty Naked in there like it is your own personal shit. I mean really son? Who the fuck goes in a PUBLIC ass sauna butt naked ass naked? To sit with other dudes? Where is this shit normal at? I understand being comfortable with your sexuality and all that, but really son?