It’s come to my attention that many women (who are not Black and some that are) do not know the difference between being “thick” and being “fat.” Now, if you’re fat you’re fat. Be okay with it. There literally is a fan group for every type of woman there is, so you need not try to gain acceptance by identifying yourself as thick. “Thick” has scientific connotations, and we ought not confuse “thick” with “fat.”
Now the following women are thick:
Don't know who she is, but she's thick.
These women are all thick. That is, they are thick in all the right places. Now, thickness has nothing to do with your breast size. For example, look at Erykah Badu.
Below Esther Baxter’s perfection (your god surely loved her in the making), and you will find women who are fat but trying to pass that fat off as thick.
For some reason, White women and Mexican women really have it bad thinking that wide flat ass is what’s hot. Perhaps that’s what’s up in your respective communities and for a few brothas who have long since lost their way, but as for me and my house (yeah I’m quasi quoting the Bible because it’s that serious), these HDTV 1080P 52″ FLAT screen asses ain’t got shit on a good ole 32″ CRT (cue picture of Serena Williams)!
Thick is not fat. Fat is not thick. Fat is chunky, and chunky is okay. Hell, fat is okay, but YOU need to be okay with being fat. Stop lying to yourselves, and stop lying to us because we are tired of meeting fat women trying to pass themselves off as thick. Ladies, how frustrating would it be to constantly meet tall dark and handsome men who are 5’8″, pale, and not in the same city as handsome? Wouldn’t that suck? Wouldn’t you feel cheated? That’s how we feel, and it’s just plain annoying.
I’ve stood all I could stand, and I can’t stands no mo’!