Muscular men have more sex than men with money.

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    Aug 11, 2007 6:26 AM GMT
    Hey Guys,

    I don't know if any of you read this story but I find it to be true. When I started working out I think my choices of finding more hot guys expanded much more than when I was a skinny lad.

    Even though this survey is about what women like I think some of you guys may feel the same way.

    Check it out

    http://newsinfo.inquirer.net/breakingnews/world/view_article.php?article_id=75981
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    Aug 11, 2007 9:55 AM GMT
    Women are just as dirty as men and love big muscles even though they deny it.
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    Aug 11, 2007 12:11 PM GMT
    I know huh!
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    Aug 11, 2007 1:06 PM GMT
    Note that the study separates out the guys they want to fuck and the guys they want to marry -

    Who among us hasn't seen some way built guy that gets us hard and we want to play fiercely - but would we consider him either 1) too high maintenance for a life partner or 2) too narcissistic or inwardly directed to really make a good partner.

    I AM NOT SAYING THAT THEY ARE THIS WAY - I'm just talking about perception.

    It so happens that my partner is a very well built guy, and doesn't exemplify either of these charateristics - but I've also been to bed with guys who were so self-absorbed that they stopped in the middle of sex to comb their hair.

    They did not get a second invite. ;)

    J.
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    Aug 11, 2007 1:08 PM GMT
    oh - and while I don't get more sex with muscle than I got without, the kinds of guys I DO have sex with are in general more built - which I like.

    sometimes all you need to be is 24 and have a big dick, and you get plenty. ;)

    J.
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    Aug 11, 2007 1:13 PM GMT
    That wasn't true when I was 24!







    (laughing quietly to self)
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    Aug 11, 2007 1:48 PM GMT
    BG - It's all about finding your key light in a dark bar. ;)
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    Aug 11, 2007 2:07 PM GMT
    Much has been written about affluent older gentlemen and exceptionally handsome young men. That is certainly nothing new under the sun.

    What I can say is this,

    being a bit of a car nut I have had everything there is to have with wheels (well almost) and that never got me anywhere sexually.

    being a bit of a boat nut I have enjoyed a life long passion for the sea and sun most of the time on my own 24m sloop and that never got me anywhere sexually.

    being a bit of an aviation nut I have spent a lot of time in helicopters and private planes and that has never gotten me anywhere sexually.

    being a bit of an architecture buff...............

    My conclusion is that if you think a potato sack full of cash is going to make you popular with the lads then you are in for a rude surprise.

    Having money can make you popular with very very hot guys. The problem is that all those guys want is your money. If they see your wallet the time you spent in the gym, the time you spent earning that money, the time you spent trying to be a decent person, doesn't matter at all.

    If somebody is with you because you have a fat wallet then you are absolutely no closer to real affection and companionship that you where when you had no wallet at all.

    (I have tried that one too being so broke I had to decide between something to eat and a subway token).

    Being built is the same thing. I have been shredded and I have been breaded. It was rare enough in either situation that I ever connected with someone who cared about anything not totally superficial.

    It is absolutely great to be economically secure and it is absolutely great to be physically fit. The two things are destinations in and of themselves and they aren't going to get you anything at all. If you think these things will change your life magically then I am sorry to tell you they won't.

    Best,
    Terry


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    Aug 11, 2007 2:59 PM GMT
    Since I neither have muscles nor money, I'm counting on my ability to talk books and choose just the right coffee to match the moment.
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    Aug 11, 2007 4:11 PM GMT
    its all in the mix.
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    Aug 11, 2007 5:51 PM GMT
    You're on the money burninman.

    Joey, I guess I was too close to the fill and wasn't paying attention to the key.
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    Aug 11, 2007 6:26 PM GMT
    If you have both, money and muscles...yes more sex, but that's all you're gonna get if you're not clever !
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    Aug 11, 2007 7:16 PM GMT
    This is beginning to remind me of the old W. C. Fields story....

    A woman came up to Fields at a party and said, "You sir, are drunk!" Fields said "Yes, madam, and you are ugly. But in the morning, I shall be sober..."
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    Aug 11, 2007 8:06 PM GMT
    There's one problem....
    ... you can def have too much in the way of muscles
    ... but you can never... have too much money :)
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    Aug 11, 2007 9:07 PM GMT
    It really is all in the mix. Good health and a healthy body (you can be slim n' strong, which is as good as muscles). Brains, wit, charm and a certain degree of literacy can get you really, really far. Memorize a couple of sonnets and pair that with good looks and a healthy body.. and the lads (the worthwhile ones).
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    Aug 11, 2007 9:45 PM GMT
    Well I volunteer to participate in the study.
    Umm... I've already done the "before" part, so we can go right to the experimental phase.
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    Aug 11, 2007 11:17 PM GMT
    GQ, if I had $5 for every very unmuscular prospective client who has said to me "I don't want to get too big..." I'd be a very wealthy man.

    I suppose it is possible to have too much muscle. I've seen some of the pro's who were monsters, and it would be uncomfortable and inconvenient to have that kind of mass all the time. I know one pro who freaked at a weight of 325 and began to fantasize about getting a knife and cutting it off his body....

    ...but aside from those cases, and maybe even in spite of them, I'd love to try on a good 245-265# of muscle just once...

    unfortunately, that's not in the cards for me - my system won't support it.

    In the final analysis, it's all a matter of personal preference. If you run into anyone you consider too muscular, just send them my way. ;)
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    Aug 12, 2007 12:21 AM GMT
    I just saw Hairspray and loved it--and felt very liberated. It's Brokeback Mountain for fat people. It shows the world that fat people can love and be loved--even by thin people! Also, it showed that fat has nothing to do with fit--Tracie, her Mom, and Queen Latifah all danced all those thin young people off the floor! It's a stereotype that if you're fat, you can't move. Also, it's just as nice to see a fat person get the guy as it is to watch two cowboys kiss. So, try to put us fat people back into our very big closet--but we're not going away, because you can't stop the beat.

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    Aug 12, 2007 9:09 AM GMT
    This is beginning to remind me of the old W. C. Fields story....

    A woman came up to Fields at a party and said, "You sir, are drunk!" Fields said "Yes, madam, and you are ugly. But in the morning, I shall be sober..."

    I thought that was a Winston Churchill story,checking http://www.time.com/time/magazine/article/0,9171,954956,00.html
    it's to Bessie Braddock an M.P .
    The Lady Astor one's good as well
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    Aug 12, 2007 11:28 AM GMT
    Hairspray is a movie and not exactly reality.

    I had an extremely bad stretch in my life (roughly 4 years) when my weight ballooned up from 80kg (177 lbs.) to 130kg (287 lbs.). I am 165cm. (5'-5").

    I can confirm that I wasn't doing much dancing. The worst thing was living in a very beautiful city (Venice Italy) I could not even walk and enjoy the scenery, art, and whatever else was on offer. I couldn't move sufficiently to even exercise to lose the weight. At a certain point I started to find it incredibly difficult to wipe my own ass.

    It took two full years and constant work to lose 50 kg.

    I didn't even do that until I understood for certain that if I did not lose that weight it was a mathematical certainty that I would be dead. In the summer of 2003 I came within a whisker of dying from rampant infection as a consequence of, you guessed it, diabetes.

    Mind you this all happened after more than 20 years of lifting weights in an extremely committed way (amongst other sports)

    The messages there are a. if your in a sport your in it for life and b. if you take pharmacological supplements, even if prescribed by a doctor, you may be in for a rude surprise when you stop taking them, and you eventually must stop taking them!

    I don't care much for the way obese people are treated in our society (especially considering that this is now 30% of the American population). My guess is fat prejudice just makes things worse. Neither do I buy the "fat is beautiful" or "fat liberation" arguments. They simply aren't true.

    Money, no money, ripped, morbidly obese, and whatever else. The issue behind all of this is a matter of life and death health and not getting laid.

    Terry
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    Aug 12, 2007 1:08 PM GMT
    Personly, I Think Its True Many guys would like to DO A HOT Muscular guy Than An Ugly Rich B***h ,

    & It maybe true too coz alot of ppl out there r looking 4 sex more than a relationship or something ... and for sure they would pick a muscular guy ...

    Long Story Short : I Do Think Ya Muscular men have more sex than men with money ..
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    Aug 12, 2007 2:23 PM GMT
    Brains before Bronze - otherwise you are fit for nothing; A Fool and his Money are soon parted.
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    Aug 12, 2007 3:36 PM GMT
    Thanks, Kew - I just repeated it as I heard it a long time ago. I never bothered to actually check it.

    Feisty li'l bastard, wasn't he?

    J.
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    Aug 13, 2007 8:22 AM GMT
    There are ugly men who have lot's of sex. Are you talking about one partner or is your question: Do muscular men have more sexual parnters than men with money?

    A horny human being - no matter what will always find someone.

    Personally, I think men who are muscular with good looks have sex with a mirror more often than with another person.

    My answer is no.
  • BlackJock79

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    Aug 17, 2007 3:22 PM GMT
    I love, love, love muscular men. But I also love slim/athletic built men like me. Awww, hell, I just love men alltogether. LOL