Chad Thorne Posted November 19, 2003 Share Posted November 19, 2003 I've had the hots for Nigella for a long time, and I guess Dr.Taz does, too. My idea of the ideal female shape was defined in my youth by Marilyn Monroe, Rita Hayworth, Rhonda Fleming, curvy gals all. (In fact, I wrote a song, "Big Girl" which celebrates my preference for voluptuous women.) It seems to be hereditary - my son says he can't stand what he describes as "skinny-ass white b*tches" (though we are, in fact, Caucasian people). Many songs seem to celebrate the lady of generous proportions, while it seems that relatively few rave about the slender, willowy type. My question is, is this a musician thing? Or are our tastes in female body type as varied as in the the general male population? Ladies, feel free to chime in with your observations. Enquiring minds want to know! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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