Back Of The Neck Fat :)

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    Nov 25, 2008 11:39 PM GMT

    I was checking out the main page today and saw the picture in question posted with an article about HIV.

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    Yumm, yumm, I just love big beefy white men! And would ya look at the pack of all beef sausages on the back of the big one's neck!

    Back of the neck fat gentlemen, often you see it on overweight men, but sometimes you see it on an athletic man like this and some muscular men have it too. I think it's so masculine, especially when a big sexy devil with it, doesn't care. LOL, when I imagine neck fat, I always picture a big truck driver named Earl that smokes a pipe and scratches his nutts in public...and swears a lot. That's my fantasy type, in real life I would never touch a truckdriver (I've heard terrible storys). Ya'll know I hate to generalize, but I trust my sources.icon_wink.gif
    LOL, but I digress. I think if the guy is relatively stout, some extra meat on the back of the neck can be just hot. I dated a guy like this once; he was a hunk. I always felt the others were jealous because I had the Meatlover's and they had to make due with their boring old regulars. icon_surprised.gif

    How do you guys feel about a man with sexy ripples like these? If you ever do date a guy like this, don't buy him a scarf for Christmas, he doesn't need one! icon_surprised.gif

    The article wasn't wasted on me either. Ofcourse, I always wrap it up. You guys do too.

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    Nov 25, 2008 11:53 PM GMT
    I have those on the back of my neck (well my head and my traps are sort of a unit). Personally it bugs me, but if GiGi likes it then all I can say is come on over baby the sausage is in the skillet.
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    Nov 25, 2008 11:54 PM GMT
    Oh yeah, and I don't have a good tablecloth for a sausage supper but we can use your lumberjack shirt icon_biggrin.gif
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    Nov 26, 2008 12:01 AM GMT
    i don't have any problems with it- guys can't help it... but the way u go on and on about it, with the reoccurrence of the words meat, ripple, beef sausages, and neck fat (you're practically smacking your lips), not to mention the fat dirty trucker fantasy, kinda makes me taste bile in my throat...
    to each their own.. but i think u stand alone in this one lol
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    Nov 26, 2008 12:06 AM GMT
    in the right context i like it. however, i am reminded of an old yo' momma joke.

    yo' momma so fat, the backa her neck look like a pack of franks.
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    Nov 26, 2008 12:22 AM GMT
    that joke has pack o franks? That is the punch line?
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    Nov 26, 2008 12:47 AM GMT
    i didn't write it... heard it on that mtv show 'yo momma.
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    Nov 26, 2008 12:52 AM GMT
    Age is another cause. I started seeing it on the back of my neck around 55, when I was still 160 lbs and not overweight. But like the redistribution of wealth debated in this last US election, at a certain age you are prone to a redistribution of weight. icon_cry.gif
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    Nov 26, 2008 12:55 AM GMT
    What I want to know is who says franks?

    Here is a joke I enjoyed in Junior High (apologies if I have told this already).

    Back in the 1930's Tex and Johnny come running into their momma's house off the school bus completely breathless.

    Momma asks why the boys are outta breath.

    Tex says the school bus done hit a big old bull square in the behind and the motor crank went right up that ole bull's ass.

    Momma snaps, boys you know in this house we don't say that word, we say rectum.

    Johnnie says, but, but, but Momma, it did more than rectum, hell it killed um.
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    Nov 26, 2008 1:00 AM GMT
    ursamajor saidI have those on the back of my neck (well my head and my traps are sort of a unit). Personally it bugs me, but if GiGi likes it then all I can say is come on over baby the sausage is in the skillet.


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    Nov 26, 2008 2:02 AM GMT
    its very primal i guess...like cro mangon, but i dont find it sexy. reminds me of the shar pei.
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    Nov 26, 2008 3:23 AM GMT
    The picture doesn't reflect a fit man - am I the only one that sees the belly from the side?

    Anyways, I did have that ripple affect but since losing the weight, it's definitely trimmed. I don't see or feel any fat and it actually feels different when tilting my head back. BUT, I have a rare (1 in 100 anglos) skull shape - only recorded in the last decade after a dig in the UK. So a bulge still appears, but it looks more natural since I lost the weight. The only issue is that it's now difficult for me to cut my own hair.

    It's not unsightly for me, but I'm not the one who has to look at the back of somebody's head during...yah know...icon_redface.gif
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    Nov 26, 2008 3:46 AM GMT
    well you can be built and have some fat.

    Have you seen the bodybuilders before a contest.

    I have and they look like fat boys with muscle under some place.


    I used to call my ex "sharpei" you know the dog.

    Not only was he a punk ass(in a good way) he had deep creases in his bald head. He was my big doggie.
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    Nov 26, 2008 3:56 AM GMT
    looknrnd saidThe picture doesn't reflect a fit man - am I the only one that sees the belly from the side?


    Whenever I hear fit I always ask myself the question, fit for what? Fit for what purpose?
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    Nov 26, 2008 4:07 AM GMT
    Isn't that a common symptom of fat re-distribution (lipodystrophy) in men who take meds for HIV? You did say it's from an article about HIV.

    But I guess it's not necessarily that.




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    Nov 26, 2008 4:26 AM GMT
    ursamajor said
    looknrnd saidThe picture doesn't reflect a fit man - am I the only one that sees the belly from the side?


    Whenever I hear fit I always ask myself the question, fit for what? Fit for what purpose?


    Fit to be tied...icon_wink.gificon_redface.gif
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    Nov 26, 2008 5:50 AM GMT

    The man in the picture is relatively fit, he just has a little extra cushion for the pushing. Actually, stout men often have love handles, nothing wrong with it. That's what the term "beefy" means, refers more to a stockier build, not necessarily defined. Most bears are like that and I'm a bear fan. Just heat and serve, mmmmmmm (licks lips).

    I'm pretty sure RealJock uses stockphotos, I doubt the men are pos, even if one is, they are probably a couple, meaning one might be neg, care to wager, gentlemen? LOL
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    Nov 26, 2008 5:58 AM GMT
    Ribbed or smooth... To me it's like body hair or a penis. On some guys it works on others not so much HAHAHA...
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    Nov 26, 2008 6:18 AM GMT
    [quote][cite]ursamajor said[/cite]What I want to know is who says franks?

    my guess is it comes from maybe ballpark franks (they plump when you cook 'em). i actually like the way the phrase 'pack o' franks' feels in my mouth when i say it.