Would you be less attracted to your mate if they gained weight?

By Miss Kes

Thursday, March 22, 2018

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They say that once you marry or settle into a loving, serious relationship, the weight starts to pile on – a sure sign of prosperity. But how much is too much? We asked people, would you be less attracted to your mate if they put on 20 pounds?

Mark:

To be honest, if my woman gains some pounds from pregnancy, I will help her to lose it rather than put her down. But if it's not pregnancy related and mere greed, she would need to get a wake up call because when I met her, she was slim and trim and sexy.

Pat:

Some people get too comfortable in relationships and that is a major turn off. I maintain my body and so I expect my man to do the same.

DJ:

My woman knows that I'm not into the stick business so she has to eat her good yam and banana. I'm happier if my woman gains weight because I don't like mawga woman.

Andre:

I don't like the fat thing and my woman needs to keep fit and in shape just like she expects me to.

Dawnette:

My man knows that image and smell mean everything to me so he ensures he goes to the gym and smells nice.

Damian:

I won't say that I would leave my woman if she got fat, but I would help her to lose the extra fat. If she refuses to, well she might get bun.

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