(Closed) Chubby dating sites?

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Helper bee

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happycomelately :  MsPlucky and littlemisslamb aren’t referring to you. They are referring to calliekalico2 who is overly sensitive about her weight yet refers to others as porkers. No offence was meant to you from those posters. Have you tried a Facebook dating site? I know there are lots of Facebook dating groups for larger people. 

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Worker bee
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happycomelately :  good luck with your search, I love me a big fella! 😊 

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Worker bee
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MiniMeow :  I too have seen her posts about how she gets hate due to her size. I never thought she would be such a hypocrite! 

Post # 20
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: May 2017

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calliekalico2 :  I guarantee any page with 20 results will have like 11+ porkers

 I think it is comments about my size like the ones I described that make me feel inferior about my size. 

Wait, you mean to tell me that “body size/weight” isn’t an obvious topic to avoid???

I never body shamed anyone

 

So does you rant in your previous thread only apply to you? You would think that if you were so sensitive to the words of others that you would treat other people they way you wanted to be treated. Imagine the thread if your SIL called you a porker. 

Post # 21
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Bumble bee

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calliekalico2 :  sea of hypocrisy she does have a good suggestion. If I remember correctly from when I was on Ok cupid you could search by body type. It’s been over 3 years since I have been on so I am not sure I’d that is still a search feature but it could be an option to explore.

Post # 22
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Busy bee

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abouttodoit17 :  sometimes I call a spade a spade, but not to their face πŸ˜‚

 I’m flattered you’re such a fan of mine that you have my comments bookmarked. No autographs, please.

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Busy bee

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MsPlucky :  yes, that’s accurate. You know why? Because when someone is talking to YOU specifically, and not a faceless generalized group of people, it is a direct insult. When someone is acknowledging that there are heavier people and not naming them individually, it just is what it is. Fun to get you all riled up though πŸ˜ƒ

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Sugar bee

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calliekalico2 :  Whatever helps you sleep at night sweetheart. 

Post # 25
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Busy bee

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calliekalico2 :  Body shaming isn’t okay. Ever.  There aren’t loopholes for being a judgmental asshole because your belittling a group of people instead of naming specific individuals.  Shame on you.

I can see why you struggle in interpersonal relationships so extensively you have to post rants online weekly.  Please go see a therapist. 

Post # 26
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Honey bee
  • Wedding: December 2016

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happycomelately :  I like big guys too (and beards *swoon*) 😍 Although DH has lost like 40 pounds since we’ve been together because he quit eating crap food. But he is still stocky which is just the hottest thing to me! And he has the most handsome ginger beard. We met on Tinder. I would say look for a good balance between good human and big guy and just date date date! I signed up for POF and Tinder in August and met DH in November. There are plenty of big guys on there! Here’s hoping you find the right one for you! 

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Bumble bee

 

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desertgypsy :  my husband started growing out his beard when we started dating after I inquired about him doing so [he was doing this short onthe sides, long on the chin] and he now has the most majestic ginger beard. It is his pride and joy and I love it. #teamgingerbeard

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Honey bee
  • Wedding: December 2016

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pussinboots83 :  I’m pretty sure DH was born with his πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ 

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Bee Keeper
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calliekalico2 :  “sometimes I call a spade a spade, but not to their face.”

then you’re a coward hiding behind a keyboard. If it’s not ok to say it to someone’s face, it’s not okay to say it online. There is an acre of difference between acknowledging that there are heavier people and calling heavier people “porkers.”  If you truly enjoy riling people up online then  re-read my first sentence. And adding a cutesy emoji doesn’t make your words adorable.

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Busy bee

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Horseradish :  haha there’s also a world of difference between insulting a particular person and using a slang term directed at no one specific. You’re a little soft if you were triggered by that word. πŸ˜‚πŸ‘πŸŒˆπŸ˜Ž 

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