Which isn’t necessarily bad as long as you understand that those people are attracted to you because of your weight/size and not in spite of it.
Hip to waist ratio is irrelevant when it comes to online dating.
If you know your audience, you’ll manage to avoid a lot of the frustration and embarrassment that many plus sized women experience due to online dating.
I’d say half of these guys were average looking at best.
Some even had their picture ratings averaging around 4 on a 1 to 10 scale!
As we said in a recent post, online dating isn’t about 100% honesty.
(Hell, dating isn’t about 100% honesty, 100% of the time.) It’s about getting the interview.
Describing oneself as Overweight/A little extra/Full Figured seems to indicate self-deprecation/low self-esteem, i.e. I like ‘curvy’ (I have DDD bra size), but is it true that ‘curvy’ is just a euphemism for obese? Would you consider commenting on the body types definitions and deciphering the OKC-speak? If you post accurate and recent photos of yourself, then you won’t be misrepresenting yourself too egregiously. Yes, “curvy” is just a nice way of saying overweight.