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We keep hearing and reading that a large percentage of the population are now clinically obese. Whilst this may be wonderful from the point of view of those punters who are into BBWs, the average punter is looking for fit, good looking girls. Have punters noticed any diminution in the supply of girls who fulfil their requirements?

Equally have the girls noticed that more punters than ever are clinically obese? Is this causing any problems?

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I've noticed recently that parlour websites  always seem to knock off about 15% on the actual dress size of the girl, mind you, no worse than the usual 20% they take off their ages   :-)

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8 hours ago, Moonraker said:

We keep hearing and reading that a large percentage of the population are now clinically obese. Whilst this may be wonderful from the point of view of those punters who are into BBWs, the average punter is looking for fit, good looking girls. Have punters noticed any diminution in the supply of girls who fulfil their requirements?

Equally have the girls noticed that more punters than ever are clinically obese? Is this causing any problems?

For me, a girl 'must' be gorgeous, young, slim and totally fit!  I wouldn't pay for anything less! 

I've never found a reduction in the type of girls I like available.  I never set a strict budget, and I meet with girls in Manchester and central London, and I would go to other areas too.  So this combination gives me access to 'plenty' of my type.

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I got more bookings as a BBW.  Fortunately, then rebranded as mature.  There's a market for everything.

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Maybe escorts should quote their BMI in their profiles!

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15 hours ago, erictheidol said:

Maybe escorts should quote their BMI in their profiles!

BMI is a load of tosh. As an athlete I have been 'overweight' on the BMI scale, yet had an extremely low bodyfat, and because muscle is denser than fat, been much slimmer than my BMI would indicate. 

Luckily currently at around 8% bodyfat I now have a 'healthy'  BMI. Anyone who knows anything about health, will know that 8% long term is certainly unhealthy for a female (healthy range 18-26%).

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33 minutes ago, Strawberry said:

BMI is a load of tosh. As an athlete I have been 'overweight' on the BMI scale, yet had an extremely low bodyfat, and because muscle is denser than fat, been much slimmer than my BMI would indicate. 

Luckily currently at around 8% bodyfat I now have a 'healthy'  BMI. Anyone who knows anything about health, will know that 8% long term is certainly unhealthy for a female (healthy range 18-26%).

My quack said that. There are better measures of obesity, but require more than measuring height and weight.  They take into account skeleton size, and also whether body mass is fat or muscle.

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57 minutes ago, Coventrypunter said:

My quack said that. There are better measures of obesity, but require more than measuring height and weight.  They take into account skeleton size, and also whether body mass is fat or muscle.

No need for any of this convuluted BMI mularky, plenty of other obesity indicators such as:

Daily pie consumption.

Whether a person waddles or walks.

How many chins one sports.

Rolling in flour to check for the moist spots.

Perfect recall of entire McDonalds menu

Nandos on speedfial

And in the case of a male whether or not he can see his cock over his belly.

 

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8 minutes ago, EnjoyEmily said:

No need for any of this convuluted BMI mularky, plenty of other obesity indicators such as:

Daily pie consumption.

Whether a person waddles or walks.

How many chins one sports.

Rolling in flour to check for the moist spots.

Perfect recall of entire McDonalds menu

Nandos on speedfial

And in the case of a male whether or not he can see his cock over his belly.

 

there was a Simpsons episode when Homer went to the quack. he tested Homers fatness by slapping his gut and timing how long it wobbled for. of course it never stopped wobbling.

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52 minutes ago, EnjoyEmily said:

No need for any of this convuluted BMI mularky, plenty of other obesity indicators such as:

Daily pie consumption.

Whether a person waddles or walks.

How many chins one sports.

Rolling in flour to check for the moist spots.

Perfect recall of entire McDonalds menu

Nandos on speedfial

And in the case of a male whether or not he can see his cock over his belly.

 

We never try to as the perspective gives an unflattering idea. We enjoy the spectacle in the mirror.

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2 hours ago, Coventrypunter said:

My quack said that. There are better measures of obesity, but require more than measuring height and weight.  They take into account skeleton size, and also whether body mass is fat or muscle.

Yes I had a dexascan it told me that BMI, waist to hip ratio were for me, non indicators of my fitness, slenderness nor bodyfat levels. 

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This made me giggle. I am at the very top scale of average weight for bmi yet my fat ratio and fat mass is dead in the middle of average. I'm not surprised most people are obese, bmi is a load of cods wallop. If I put on one more pound (literally) I will be obese, who knows I probably am as haven't weighed myself for the last week and I am certainly no bbw x

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Daisy you are clearly not clinically obese! :D

Never mind BMI. Clinically obesity, which is what the medical authorities are so concerned about, is a degree of obesity which is causing medical complications - for example diabetes.

It is a frightening thought that such a high percentage of the population,  even including schoolchildren, have allowed themselves to reach that situation. No wonder the NHS has gone significantly into the red. 

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…and I thought that it was us former smokers that crippled the NHS – oh well, one door closes, another opens.

But surely, if so many are so overweight that it is adversely affecting their life expectancy, then that should save the NHS, social services and the state pension pot billions as they all pop off early? I would have guessed that everyone living to one hundred with relatively healthy bodies but buggered up minds would be a far bigger burden.

Anyway, I believe that the ultimate measure of your weight and body shape is simply to look in the mirror. The trouble is that it’s almost impossible to be objective, what with changing fashions, political correctness, peer pressure and media bombardment.

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23 hours ago, Siamese Tomcat said:

…and I thought that it was us former smokers that crippled the NHS – oh well, one door closes, another opens.

 

But surely, if so many are so overweight that it is adversely affecting their life expectancy, then that should save the NHS, social services and the state pension pot billions as they all pop off early? I would have guessed that everyone living to one hundred with relatively healthy bodies but buggered up minds would be a far bigger burden.

 

Anyway, I believe that the ultimate measure of your weight and body shape is simply to look in the mirror. The trouble is that it’s almost impossible to be objective, what with changing fashions, political correctness, peer pressure and media bombardment.

 

Former smokers revert to normal life expectancy within approximately five years unless they have already damaged their health.

The cost of treating the impairments of overweight people whether drugs and medical supervision initially or surgery from the complications such as gangrene and heart surgery outweighs the savings made from shorter pension payments.

As for your suggestion that dementia patients could become centenarians, this just doesn't happen, dementia patients have increased mortality rates compared with those who do not have dementia

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Well, I was only musing.

It sounds like you have a deeper knowledge of the finances of the NHS, so I will bow to that.

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I have an Italian friend who has a simple formula for weight. Height in metres to the right of the decimal point = weight in kilograms. Thus a man with a height if 1.75m should weigh 75kg. Quick and easy to do and with absolutely no scientific robustness. I think women deduce 5kg. Ie a 1.60m woman should weigh 55kg. 

The Old Roman army had the two finger rule. The sergant shoved hischand horizontally into your belly and if more than two fingers went into the fat, you were on starvation duty. ..... God, I miss the Roman Empire; great days

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When I'm 55kg or the equivalent for my height, my bodyfat is incredibly low, I'm training 2-3 hours a day, on a very restricted diet and bodyfat is lower than healthy. On the other hand it's possible to fit that formula whilst being unfit and at an unhealthily high bodyfat. 

Linking height to weight never considers the health of the person. 

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11 hours ago, Lessingham said:

I have an Italian friend who has a simple formula for weight. Height in metres to the right of the decimal point = weight in kilograms. Thus a man with a height if 1.75m should weigh 75kg. Quick and easy to do and with absolutely no scientific robustness. I think women deduce 5kg. Ie a 1.60m woman should weigh 55kg. 

The Old Roman army had the two finger rule. The sergant shoved hischand horizontally into your belly and if more than two fingers went into the fat, you were on starvation duty. ..... God, I miss the Roman Empire; great days

Blimey, I need to lose 20 kilos!

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On 15/05/2016 at 7:53 PM, Moonraker said:

We keep hearing and reading that a large percentage of the population are now clinically obese. Whilst this may be wonderful from the point of view of those punters who are into BBWs, the average punter is looking for fit, good looking girls. Have punters noticed any diminution in the supply of girls who fulfil their requirements?

Equally have the girls noticed that more punters than ever are clinically obese? Is this causing any problems?

Thin and good looking are not the same thing.Being larger does not make you fugly of face. The average punter goes with whoever rocks his socks at the time. I have a tall slender escorting friend, we share a large number of clients, if they fancy tall and slender they see her, if they fancy tall and curvy they see me, if the fancy something different they see someone else entirely Im sure. Just going through my feedback and following the feedback trail to other escorts profiles proves to me that the average punter is someone with varied tastes and moods and finds many different size and shape women sexually attractive.

Of course there are plenty who are stuck in a size, age, nationality, hair colour  niche, that doesnt make them average, that makes them restricted. Its not their fault, I know they cant help it though.

Regarding punter size, as with escorts, they come in all shapes and sizes, there are not less thin girls escorting, its just that larger girls are finally realising their worth and now know that they are attractive too and can and do make a damn good living in this industry. The old "any bigger than a ten and any older than 30 should retire" mentality is now thankfully relegated to the past finally. I dont see an increase at all in the size of my clients, no larger, no smaller, they are all different, just like us

You may not find curvy ladies attractive but please do  not imply that being curvier makes you ugly, perhaps not attractive to you body wise but facially Ive seen many stunning curvy ladies, Ive seen many butt ugly skinnies too.

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On 20/05/2016 at 7:57 PM, erictheidol said:

Maybe escorts should quote their BMI in their profiles!

Why?? A bmi on a short girl who is size 12 is going to be far higher than on a very tall girl who is a size 10. That comment makes no sense whatsoever.Please, you are paying for company and sexual services, you are not buying the rights to know every statistic and detail about us, our bodies and our everything else. Would you also like vaginal length listed, perhaps a slit measurement guide, mouth width for that all important blowjob because going by the pictures guys send you all have monster cocks. Really, this is getting beyond stupid when BMI is demanded. Height and dress size should give those with ten brain cells or more a vague clue, lets be honest here, if someone is going to knock ten years and 5 dress sizes off then they will lie about their BMI too

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On 23/05/2016 at 7:59 PM, Moonraker said:

Former smokers revert to normal life expectancy within approximately five years unless they have already damaged their health.

The cost of treating the impairments of overweight people whether drugs and medical supervision initially or surgery from the complications such as gangrene and heart surgery outweighs the savings made from shorter pension payments.

As for your suggestion that dementia patients could become centenarians, this just doesn't happen, dementia patients have increased mortality rates compared with those who do not have dementia

Got any handy statistics for people with bad health due to long term severe underweight issues. I wonder how many women suffer heart problems later in life because of extreme dieting in their youth to fit in with what people claim is attractive, its a muscle, it wastes and can be permenantly damaged.

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On 23/05/2016 at 7:59 PM, Moonraker said:

Former smokers revert to normal life expectancy within approximately five years unless they have already damaged their health.

The cost of treating the impairments of overweight people whether drugs and medical supervision initially or surgery from the complications such as gangrene and heart surgery outweighs the savings made from shorter pension payments.

As for your suggestion that dementia patients could become centenarians, this just doesn't happen, dementia patients have increased mortality rates compared with those who do not have dementia

My nana had dementia and reached  into her late 90s, unfortunatley she had a small health issue which took her to hospital where she contracted that MRSA or whatever it is, you know the highly contagious thingy, which then led to other general health issues which led to pnuemonia of which she died. Had she not gone to hospital with the small health issue she could easily have reached 100, its commone to get to 98/99 in my family, its not common to develope dementia though

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2 hours ago, Chloe Kisses said:

My nana had dementia and reached  into her late 90s, unfortunatley she had a small health issue which took her to hospital where she contracted that MRSA or whatever it is, you know the highly contagious thingy, which then led to other general health issues which led to pnuemonia of which she died. Had she not gone to hospital with the small health issue she could easily have reached 100, its commone to get to 98/99 in my family, its not common to develope dementia though

Rule 1.keep you elderly relatives out of hospital. It will kill them.

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I remember seeing an old photograph of zulu warriors from the 19th century. These were the guys who could run 10 miles and fight a battle then run home again. There they were lolling around with huge bellies. The caption said many africans developed huge bellies as they ate only every few days and so needed a large capacity stomach to get through the foodless days/week. An example of incredibly fit people not meeting the Charles Atlas visual criteria

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