First of all, I'm not sure why we even have the option of saying what our "build" or "structure" is like...we all know this site is for BBWs, BHMs and FA/FFAs. It's pretty much a given that the majority of us are "pleasantly plump". So, I'm curious as to what differentiates the "structures" according to you all. I think it's all in how the person views themself. I consider myself full-figured. Others may think I'm large, while some may say I'm curvy. I'm guessing it all depends on how you view yourself and how others view you. What are your thoughts???
I've always been built like a refrigerator. I was in Wal-mart the other day standing still and this little kid comes running around the corner and bounces off me. He gave me this look like "Why are you built like that?" It was funny.
For me, I tend to associate the word large with someone who is taller (over 6-5) AND weighs more. I'm around NFL football players a lot and see guys who are 6-6, 6-7 and go 330-350. That is definitely large. They dwarf me and I'm 6-3, 290.
I think full-figured and curvy really mean "voluptuous" It's just a polite way of saying you have a nice rack. O:-)
I've wondered about this issue also. I considered "full figured" to be a woman with large ...s, "curvy" to a woman with a pronounced bust line and hips but with a defined waist, and "large" to be pretty much anything else.
Like others have said, the descriptions are questionable. I mean, large to one person is 25 pound over ideal weight. Large to another person is someone weighing 650 pounds. It's all perspective.
What would be nice is if largefriends would let us choose multiple descriptions. Because while I consider myself to be large, I also think I'm curvy too.
That's a good question, I would like to know as well. I have also seen the option of "A few extra pounds", which I know what it means, but when you have the option of "average", "a few extra pounds", and "big and beautiful", not sure where I would fit in. I think in between the last 2, but that is just my own judgement.
Maybe "full figured" means you have extra padding on the top. "Curvy" means you have extra padding on the top and bottom. And "large" just means that, you are a large person.?? I just don't know!!