Is there a good answer to a girl's question of "Do these pants make my butt look big?"
Almost every man in a relationship has been asked this question. What is the best answer, and why?
Yes, it goes along these lines: 'no, it's your fat backside that makes it look big.'
Good one Mick! Are you kidding? You know what you'd better say if you plan on getting any later! ha ha ha
How about: "you look good no matter what you're wearing."
The answer is "yes, the more to adore you for". More women are accepting that a big butt is actually attractive. A big backside and a tiny waist is exceedingly liked in females. I know my waist is small so if someone tells me my butt is big, a huge smile covers my face.
"So big I wanna smack it and ravish you!" Then smack it and ravish her.
Or if that isn't your style.
"You're butt is amazing." Then smack it and ravish her.
She wants assurance you're attracted to her...so let her know and be a man about it.
My answer in the past has always been just a simple "no". No retaliation has taken place with that simple answer......yet.
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