this is probably the most common question asked of us, both online and in person. Of course, we’re not flat chested (or even tall enough to be considered that) per say. However, we do wear a lot of layers of clothing so it’s no surprise that we might feel a bit flat chested.
We are flat chested, but the truth is that there is no such thing as “flat chested” in the “real” world. Yes, we have the flat chested women of TV and movies, but we don’t have the “flat chested” women of real life. The flat chested women in my life are much more diverse in their body types and in the hair on their backs. I am not just any flat chested woman.
I’m flat chested, but I tend to wear a lot of layers so you’d think that I’d be flat chested in life. I wear a lot of different types of clothing but in some ways I’m flat chested in life. I work out a lot, am really busy, and am really into cooking. I’m not just any flat chested woman either.
Thats exactly what they all say. If you are flat chested, you are usually skinny, and if you are tall, you are usually taller. I mean, who doesnt like a tall tall chick, right? But its not just about the height difference. Its about the way body shapes and how you feel. You feel better when you are flat chested. You feel better if you are not flat chested, and vice-versa.
I’ll tell you why. My body shape, my body weight, and my body fat are all closely related. You can think of your body fat as the energy you expend to store fat. Your body weight is the rest you expend to store energy. There’s a lot of overlap between the two. But, whereas your body weight stores energy, your body fat stores fat.
As you can see from the above two sentences, it is easier to store fat in your lower body mass index, your body fat, than in your upper body mass index, your body weight. As you can see, people who are flat chested are more likely to be skinny. People who are not flat chested are more likely to be overweight. In other words, those who are not flat chested are also more likely to be fat.
However, there are differences in the types of fat we store. Those who are not flat chested are likely to be obese. If you put them on a diet, they are likely to be thin. Those who are flat chested are likely to be fat. So, if you’re fat, you’d better lose some weight.
There is a tendency to gain weight throughout life, but it is inversely proportional to the amount of fat you store. People who store fat gain weight at an alarming rate and those who store lean mass don’t gain much in the way of weight. In the case of women, fat stores are the most likely to remain fat over the course of their lives, but if you’re thin, you are more likely to gain weight.
I hate to think of myself as a fat guy, but I think that’s a bit unfair. Fat people can’t really get fat as long as they lose weight and don’t gain it. People who gain weight when they’re fat are either fat people who didn’t lose weight or fat people who gained weight when they were fat. But to be fair, fat people tend to be fat because they gain weight when they’re fat.
The truth is, thin people have to gain weight to get fat. The only way to do that is by gaining weight from fat people. It is not impossible, but it is unlikely. In fact, the majority of the time, thin people have to gain weight to get fat.