Devereaux so so so good!
I don’t know why I’m hung up on this shit. Maybe because the general populace has been brainwashed to believe that being 198 cm or whatever is a standard, and smaller women who have been able to utilize their own strength are somehow sub-human sub-par. That’s bullshit. And it’s also why I’ve succeeded at my lifts in spite of being 5″2′ because no one ever questioned me about my ability.
I love how it went back to talking about us types lately 😀 It happens all the time over here too, but these guys seem to think they’re experts, which is hilarious coz they’re just users filling peoples heads with crap. Good for them writing crap that makes others look bad though haha! 🙂
WHy complain? Being short isn’t an issue once you can lift big weights! YOu can still be feminine without looking like Barbie if you know what i mean;) Kilo_Neko Devereaux wrote: WHy complain? Being short isn’t an issue once you can lift big weights! YOu can still be feminine without looking like Barbie if you know what i mean;)
LOL yup! Barbs flexing their biceps never made me want to jump off the roof either 😀 jago1973 Yeah, WFU culture definitely pervades (at least in Ohio). Like almost every bar
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